Congratulations to Samantha Baskind, Ph.D. 2001, Associate Professor of Art History at Cleveland State University, on the recent publication of Jewish Art: A Modern History, co-written with Larry Silver, James and Nan Farquhar Professor of Art History at the University of Pennsylvania. … Continued
Ethan Murrow, MFA 2002, has a new show of drawings at Winston Wachter in New York through 22 October 2011.
Congratulations to Alex Mann, BA 2002, who is finishing his Ph.D. in the History of Art at Yale University. For the past two years, he has worked as the Andrew W. Mellon Curatorial Fellow at the RISD Museum of Art … Continued
Ripley Whiteside, BFA 2008, has an exhibition of new drawings on display at the Durham Art Guild until October 2, 2011. Read a brief review of the show by the Independent Weekly here.
Jody Cedzidlo, BFA 2008, has turned her printmaking skills to developing an entrepreneurial apparel company which was recently featured in GoTriad.com here. Check out her designs at Flytrap Studios.
Lydia McCarthy, MFA 2011, is featured in the 11&18 July 2011 print and online issue of The New Yorker with a big color photo of Antonia to promote her current smash show, Refraction, at the Cooney Gallery through 29 July 2011.
Hannah Lamar Simmons, Highest Honors Studio Art BFA 2009, has a guest column in the Chapel Hill News here about her current show at the Carrboro ArtsCenter, up through 30 July 2011.
Congratulations to Lori Esposito, M.F.A. 2008, who will be starting a new appointment as a full-time assistant professor teaching drawing and design at RISD in fall of 2011.
Congratulations to MFA First Year Damian Stamer on his New York solo show at Freight + Volume! FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: DAMIAN STAMER SOUTHERN COMFORT @ Freight+VolumeApril 12th– May 19th, 2012. In the video room: Down in the Den, a collaboration by Damian Stamer … Continued
Summer is gone; the semester has begun, and the art history faculty is taking stock of what occupied us on our summer vacation. Vacation!? Judging from our successes, it was a very busy three months indeed. From mid-May to mid-August, … Continued