Weekly Alumni News Update 04.16-04.22.19

4 images: 1: cartoon with figure in boat marked Pruitt wearing a gas mask with speech bubble saying "My work is done here"; 2: abstract painting in blues and white; 3: painting of stuffed animal and tea set on the floor; 4: abstract geometric work in yellow, blue, green and brown

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Mark Baugh Sasaki BFA ’04 exhibits in the group exhibition “The Body Electric” at the Chinese Cultural Center San Francisco, opening Apr 17.

Sarah Marshall BFA ’92 was invited by the Red Press Collaborative at Youngstown State University to be a visiting artist. For the program, she made a limited edition print and gave an artists talk on Apr 8.

Rob Rogers MFA ’84 was named a finalist for the Pulitzer Prize in Editorial Cartooning, the second time in his career, he has been a finalist for the prestigious award.

Renée Stout BFA ‘80 participates in “Hedonist Buddhist” at the WPA Annex in Washington, D.C., through June 23.

Joni Sullivan BHA ’17 was accepted into the MFA program at Boston University for fall 2019.

Melissa Thorne BFA ’93 shows new works on paper in “Everyday Perfection” at the Albany International Airport, through Sept 2.

Zack Wallnau BFA ’11 was accepted in the AFI’s Conservatory program in Cinematography for fall 2019.

Moses Williams MFA ’17 was invited to serve as a Teaching Artist in Residence at Watkins College of Art in Nashville for the MFA low residency program’s 2019 summer term.