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A Sampling of Alumni Careers in Studio/Visual Arts and Related Fields

Mequitta Ahuja 96S: painter, work exhibited in museums within the United States, recent solo show in Paris, artist in residence at the Studio Museum in Harlem

Page Allen 70F: painter, author of picture book Madison’s Descent: A Child’s Journey

Keliy Anderson-Staley 96F: photographer, tin-type portraits; work shown in California Museum of Photography, In Focus Gallery (Germany); residency, Bronx Museum of the Arts

Pat Berman 74F: art history professor, Wellesley College

Caitlin Berrigan 99F: work shown at Whitney Museum's Initial Public Offerings, Storefront for Art & Architecture, Gallery 400 Chicago, Anthology Film Archives, Center for Contemporary Art Tel Aviv, and PROGRAM in Berlin.

Gideon Bok 89S: painter, awards and recognitions include a 2004 Guggenheim Fellowship, represented by Plane Space in New York and Alpha Gallery in Boston

Leidy Churchman 98F: paintings and performances, Horton Gallery; one of New York Times T Magazine’s 2010 “Nifty 50: up-and-coming talents” and one of the Huffington Post's "Top 10 Emerging Artists of 2011"

Nicole Cohen 88F: exhibitions at J. Paul Getty Museum in Los Angeles, La B.A.N.K. Galerie in Paris, and Katzen Art Center at American University Museum in Washington, D.C.

E.V. Day 86F: work in notable collections including Museum of Modern Art, Whitney Museum, National Museum of Women in the Arts, and the New Museum of Contemporary Art; solo exhibition at New York City Opera 2010

Stephen Hannock 73S: painter, work in prominent museums and collections, Academy Award for visual effects in What Dreams May Come

Stephan Jost 87F: art historian, former director of the Shelburne Museum in Vermont, current director of the Honolulu Museum of Art

Justin Lowe 96S: installations, solo exhibitions, including Oliver Kamm/5BE Gallery in New York City

Emily Mode 90F: media artist, installation at Roebling Hall Art Gallery and Artists Space; Athens International Film Festival and Black Maria Film Festival (Jury’s Choice First Prize)

Cedar Nordby 87F: printmaker; associate professor of art, foundation studies, University of Memphis

Danica Phelps 89F: conceptual artist, solo exhibitions, works through galleries in Madrid, London, Berlin, New York, Zurich, and Vienna

Kanishka Raja 87F: solo exhibitions, Greenberg Van Doren Gallery, Envoy, Institute of Contemporary Art, Galerie Mirchandani + Steinrücke in Mumbai

Christina Salway 00F: owner, ElevenTwoEleven Design, New York City

Steven Siegel 74S: site sculptures, installations; Arte Sela (Italy), DeCordova Museum, Geumgang Nature Art Biennale (Korea), North Carolina Museum of Art, Chemin d’Art (France)

Andrew Simsak 96F: kinetic sculptural artist, 2006 DaimlerChrysler Emerging Artist award

Noah Simblist 92F: associate professor of art, Southern Methodist University

 
 

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