Congratulations to Art Department graduate and alum Alex Thierry who let us know that he was accepted into the MFA program in Ceramics at the University of Kansas. Congratulations, Alex!
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Students in Prof. Wynne Wilbur's (Studio: Ceramics) Advanced Ceramics class worked on an assignment this semester to provide serving dishes for Sodexho, specifically for the Truman Foundation reception held Saturday, April 12, 2014. Those participating included, Kyle Pappalardo, Caity Priese, Paige Tunze, McKenzie Grabish, Ali Goeckner, Darrell Williams, Shawna Obrien-Stephens,and Emily Keppel. Some pictures of the serving items from the reception appear above and below. Congratulations!
Congratulations to Prof. Lily Lee who had her work juried into a upcoming exhibition in Portgual entitled Contextile 2014 Contemporary Textile Art Biennial.
Congratulations to Prof. Matt Derezinski (Visual Communications) and Prof. Lily Lee (Studio: Fibers and Sculpture), both of whom received Honorable Mention at the 2014 Regional Juried Art Exhibition at the Saint Charles Community College Art Gallery!
Congratulations to Art Department alumna Valerie Lazalier (Art History) let us know recently that she has received a competitive and coveted internship at the National Gallery in Washington D.C. Valerie is currently finishing a dual masters degree in Information and Library Science and Art History at Indiana University in Bloomington, Indiana.
Valerie had this to say about what she'll be up to during the internship: "I will primarily work in the Gallery Archives gathering provenance information from historical documents relating to the collection of Lessing J. Rosenwald, one of the Gallery's founding benefactors. I will then use the data to create web content in support of the Rosenwald Project, a joint effort of the National Gallery of Art and the Library of Congress. During the nine weeks, I will also attend biweekly museum seminars held to introduce interns to the broad spectrum of museum work, and to Gallery staff, departments, programs, and functions."