Weekly Alumni News Update 09.17-09.23.19
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Adria Arch BFA â€˜74 has a solo exhibition titled â€œReframing Eleanorâ€� at the Fitchburg Art Museum, opening Sept 21.
Mia Brownell BFA â€™93 has a two-person exhibition with Martin Kruck titled â€œSkeptical Realismâ€� at Hunterdon Art Museum in Clinton, NJ, opening Sept 22.
Carolina Loyola Garcia MFA â€™00 and Sarika Goulatia BFA â€™06 have work in â€œWoman It Womanâ€� at Carlow University Art Gallery, opening Sept 19.
Claire Hentschkerâ€™s BFA â€˜16 first solo show, â€œPoetics of Uncertaintyâ€� is on view at Suzie Shride Gallery in Vienna, Austria, through Sept 21.
Cassandra Jones MFA â€™04 spoke with Reed Fish on the Podcast Workinâ€™ It.
Laura Karetzk BFA â€˜87 was interviewed in Art Spiel Magazine.
Keith LaFuente BFA â€™14 designed a transformer car outfit for Serena Tea, winner of Miss Bushwig 2019.
Carin Mincemoyer BFA â€™04 unveiled a new commission at the John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts in Washington D.C.
Jay Nesbitt BFA â€™91 exhibits in â€œPretty Uglyâ€� at James Gallery in Pittsburgh, opening Sept 20. (image 3)
Stephanie Serpick BFA â€™93 shows her work in a two-person exhibition at Hartford Community College in Bel Air, MD, opening Sept 23. (image 4)
RenÃ©e Stout BFA â€™80 exhibits in â€œCounting the Hours: Art, Data and the Untold Stories of Womenâ€™s Workâ€� at Code & Canvas in San Francisco, opening Sept 19. (image 2)
Mary Tremonte BHA â€™00 as part of Just Seeds and Marc Fischer as part of Temporary Services will be at the New York Art Book Fair at MoMA PS1, Sept 20-22. Magali Duzant BHA â€™09 will also have work at the Conveyor Editions and Seaton Street Press tables.
Jen Urso BFA â€™96 exhibits in â€œMyths, Maps, & Legendsâ€� at the Tempe Center for the Arts in AZ, opening Sept 20.
Rebecca Vaughan MFA â€™01 shows work in â€œThe Unbearable Impermanence of Thingsâ€� at the University of Denver, through Dec 1.
Sherri Wolfgang BFA â€˜83 exhibits her painting â€œSunday Girlsâ€� at a group exhibition at The Dacia Gallery in New York City, through Sept 29. (image 1)
Paul Zelevansky BFA â€™67 performs â€œWhose Square Is This? Whose Sample Is This ?â€� at MoMA PS1 as part of the New York Art Book Fair.