Weekly Alumni News Update 11.20-11.26.18

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Boris Bally BFA ’84 completed a 725 square-foot mural commission on the façade of the Jewish Community Center of Omaha titled “Converging Ripples.” (image 3)

Cy Gavin BFA ’07 led a “Critical Walk-Through” of Paa Joe and John Dunkley’s exhibitions at the American Folk Art Museum, discussing how his work relates to the works in the exhibition, on Nov 8.

Carolyn Lambert MFA ’05 had a pop-up exhibition titled “Solastalgia Cycle” at Apothecary in Chattanooga, TN, Nov 14 and 16. (image 4)

Jennifer Kim Sohn BFA ’84 has a solo exhibition titled “Brethren- Fiber Art Stories of Downtrodden Fellow Tribes” at the Sonoma Community Center through Nov 25. (image 2)

Hyperallergic published a feature on Fereshteh Toosi’s MFA ’04 project for the Creative Time Summit in Miami, which took place Nov 1-3.

Andy Vogt BFA ’92 was commissioned to create a large-scale sculptural installation for the San Francisco International Airport, Terminal 1. The piece, which is scheduled to be installed in late 2019 will measure 11’6” tall by 45’ wide.

Yaeji (Kathy Lee) BHA ’15 released a new single “One More” which was reviewed by Pitchfork, Wired, The Fader, and others. (image 1)