Weekly Alumni News Update 08.27-09.02.19
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Marlena Abraham BCSA ‘15, Game Designer at Schell Games, was among the winners of the Pittsburgh Business Times’ “30 Under 30” awards.
Mark Baugh-Sasaki BFA ’04 was one of five winners of The Hopper Prize.
Mel Bochner BFA ’62 has a solo exhibition at Metropol Kunstraum in Munich, Germany, through Sept 25.
Caitlin Rose Boyle BFA ’12 joined the team of the television show Amphibia at Disney Television Animation.
It’s Nice That interviewed Peter Burr BFA ’02 about his new work “Drop City.” (image 4)
Jacob Ciocci MFA ’05 premiers a new “video comic,” which is part of his series “At The Therapist,” at And/Or Gallery in Pasadena, CA.
Janet Culbertson BFA ’53 shows work in exhibitions at Jamie Forbes Gallery and Full Moon Arts Collective in Moriches, NY, which both opening on Aug 10.
Lara Hoke BFA ’03 exhibits in “Glimpse,” a three person exhibition at North Berkeley Investment Partners, through Sept.
Christina Lee BFA ’14 painted a mural at Prof Paolo Pedercini’s experimental video game art gallery LikeLike. (image 3)
Jennifer Lee BFA has two paintings included in “A Cloth Over a Birdcage” at Chateau Shatto in Los Angeles, through Sept 7.
Su Min Park BHA ’11 was interviewed in Creator’s Magazine.
Paul Peng had a solo exhibition titled “Full Body Workout” at Phosphor Project Space in Pittsburgh, July 27 – Aug 10.
Will Schlough BFA ‘07 completed murals at the Swedish Medical Center and Starbucks: Pier 55 Store in Seattle. (image 1)
Carrie Schneider BHA ’01 is included in the group exhibition “Go Down Moses” curated by Teju Cole at the Museum of Contemporary Photography in Chicago, through Sept 29.
Samira Shaheen BFA ’81 is showing work at Eastside Gallery in Pittsburgh through Sept 29.
Kate Temple BFA ’88 and Sarah Stengle BFA ’84 exhibit in “Plant Cure Brooklyn” in the Humanities Gallery at Long Island University in Brookly, opening Sept. 3
Laura Sharp Wilson BFA ’87 had works included in “The Heat of the Moment” at McKenzie Fine Art in New York, July 17 – Aug 17. (image 2)
Benjamin Welmond’s BFA ’12 short film “Faulty Father” screened at the HollyShorts Film Festival, Aug 8 – 17.