News from Alumni and Graduating Seniors

Congratulations to all Art Department seniors graduating on Saturday, May 7!

The following students (or their academic advisors) or alumni, have let us know what they'll be up to after graduation or what they have been up to since graduation.  Congratulations to all!

Shelly Forbis, BFA Printmaking 2009.  Has just purchased her second printing press and continues to display her works in regional and national venues. Current gallery representative is Primary Colors, Kansas City

Peter McEvoy, BA Printmaking 2008.  Continues in his position as manager of the wood working and foundry sections of the San Francisco Community Art Center, San Francisco.

Julia Curran, BFA Printmaking 2009.  Continues her position as manager and facilities planner for Evil Prints, St. Louis, and has just been awarded a Fulbright to study Printmaking in Europe, summer 2011.

Galen Gibson-Cornell, BFA Printmaking 2010.  Completing his first year of graduate studies in Printmaking MFA, University of Wisconsin-Madison.  Has just received a grant to study lithography in France, summer 2011.

Sarah Adams, BFA Printmaking 2010.   Hired in the framing department of Hobby Lobby, Kansas City. 

Carmen Doyon, BFA 2011.   Has been accepted into the MFA Printmaking program at SUNY New Paltz, New York.

Adam Rowlett, BFA 2011.  Has been accepted into the MFA Printmaking program at the University of North Texas, Denton TX.

Jonathan Moeller, first-semester Printmaking student at Truman.  Has been awarded an internship program at Mark Buckheit & Associates art services group, St. Louis.  Also has been hired for specialty work at Award Specialties (plaques and engraving), St. Louis.

Jen Teter (BFA 2002) is now exhibitions & education director for the Quincy Arts Center.

Natalie Hall (BA, Art History) continues to work for the AT Still Museum, AT Still University, in Kirksville.

Valerie Lazalier (BA, Art History, anticipated 2011) will be enrolling in the Information and Library Science program at University of Indiana at Bloomington.

Elmer Stunkel (BA, Art History, 2012) has a summer internship at the DUMBO Arts Center in Brooklyn (NY).