Weekly Alumni News Update 04.23-04.29.19

Posted on April 22, 2019

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Lauren F. Adams MFA ’07 won an Individual Artist Award from the Maryland State Arts Council.

Margery Amdur’s BFA ’79 work “Amass #17” was illustrated in the Manifest International Painting Annual #8.

Madeleine Barnes’ BHA ’12 chapbook “Light Experiments” is included in Poetry Magazine’s April reading list.

Peter Burr BFA ’02 screens several works at Artists’ Television Access in San Francisco on Apr 25.

Jamie Earnest BFA ’16 gave a talk at Small Mall on Apr 19.

Marc Fischer’s BFA ’93 “The Courtroom Artist Residency Report” was included as a highlight of the LA Art Book Fair by Hyperallergic.

Nick Fox-Gieg BFA ’99 is a speaker at FITC Toronto 2019, the Technology & Creative Conference, Apr 29 – May 1.

Laura Karetzky BFA ’87 participates in DUMBO Open Studios on Apr 27 and 28.

Deborah Kass BFA ’74 participates in “Stonewall 50” at the Contemporary Arts Museum Houston, opening Apr 27.

Matt Keegan BFA ’98 was awarded a grant from the Pollock-Krasner Foundation.

The International Sculpture Center exhibits a work by Alex Lukas MFA ’18 at Carole A. Feuerman’s studio at Mana Contemporary in Jersey City, opening Apr 27.

Mary Maggic BSA ’13 exhibits “Genital Panic” in “Groping in the Dark” opening Apr 27 at the Museum of Contemporary Art Tucson. For Maggic’s piece, Char Stiles BCSA ’17 was a technical collaborator.

Lize Mogel BFA ’92 participates in the panel “Natural Features: Artists, Architects, and Scientists Imagine Space” at CalTech on Apr 19.

The Biennale de Lyon announced the artist list for the 15th edition, Sept 18 – Jan 5, which includes Shana Moulton MFA ’04.

Ryan Murray’s BFA ’14 360°/virtual reality video “Eyelydian” will premiere at the Milwaukee Underground Film Festival on Apr 26, and his video “Fake Believe” is included in the West Virginia Mountaineer Short Film Festival, Apr 26-27.

Stephanie Serpick BFA ’93 exhibits at stARTup art fair in San Francisco, Apr 26-28.