Student Achievements

Mike Adams

Michael Adams

______________________________________________________________________________________________________ Kathe Hicks AlbrechtKathe Albrecht

  • Chaired panel, “Affirming and Manipulating the Female Body: 19th Century to Now” at fourth annual Feminist Art History Conference, American University, Washington, DC, November 2013
  • Presented paper at South Eastern College Art Conference, College Art Conference (SECAC) in a session on Contemporary Art, “Steampunk: Victorian Nostalgia or Machine Anxiety?”, Greensboro, NC, October 2013

______________________________________________________________________________________________________ Juliet AraujoJuliet Araujo

  • Presented paper “Teaching for Artistic Behavior – Student Artists as Curating Selves and Others” at the NAEA Conference, San Diego, CA March 2014.

______________________________________________________________________________________________________ H.C. Arnold

  • Currently editing a collection of his short writings to be sold through the independent bookstore Bookmachine, which is affiliated with the Magoski Arts Colony in Fullerton CA.

______________________________________________________________________________________________________ Evelyn ArmstrongEvelyn Armstrong

  • Presented paper “When Plants Become Precious: Art, Culture and Environmental Crisis” at the 7th Annual Planta Europa Conference in Greece, May 2014

______________________________________________________________________________________________________ Gregory Blair

  • Designed and taught a study abroad course in Italy (Florence, Venice) for Northern State University, Summer 2013
  • Co-Juror, Sculpture in the Hills, Hill City, SD, June, 2013
  • Presented Paper “Reiteration of Power: The ‘Cuts’ of Gordon Matta-Clark” at the 2013 Midwest PCA/ACA Conference, St.Louis, MO October, 2013
  • Three-person Exhibition Plot, Ipso Gallery, Sioux Falls, SD, May, 2013
  • Presented Paper “The Way We Get By: Aesthetic Engagement with the Landscape” at Art and Ethics – The 6th Verge Conference at the School of Arts, Media + Culture, Trinity Western University, Langley, British Columbia, October, 2012
  • Group Exhibition Anger, Angst and Art, Altered Esthetics Gallery, Minneapolis, MN, August, 2012
  • Co-curated show, Young Dakota Artists, Isaac Lincoln gallery, Northern State University, SD, January 2012
  • Solo exhibition, The Unavowable Taxonomy, Bemidji State University’s Talley Gallery, MN, November 2010
  • Group exhibition, Greg Blair and Sung Soo Kim – Mixed Media and Assemblage Sculpture, Barbara H. Strong Gallery, College of the Sequoias, Visalia, CA, January 2010
  • Group exhibition, 12th Annual All Media Juried Online International Art Exhibition, Upstream People Gallery, Omaha, NE, January 2010
  • Solo exhibition, Interaction of Objects and Space, YC Art Gallery, Yavapai College, Prescott, AZ, March 2009
  • Group exhibition, Person, Place or Thing, 621 Gallery, Tallahasse, FL, February 2009
  • Presented paper 2009 National PCA/ACA Conference, “Sociogenic Aesthetics: The Merger of Art and Life”, New Orleans, LA, April 2009

______________________________________________________________________________________________________ Sara Christensen BlairSaraChristensenBlair_crop

______________________________________________________________________________________________________ Conny BogaardConny Bogaard Jan, 2014

  • Curated exhibition for the Arvada Center for the Arts and Humanities in Arvada, CO: Rocky Flats Then and Now: 25 Years after the Raid. Arvada, CO, June 2014
  • Curated exhibition at the Rocky Flats Cold War Museum in Arvada, CO: I Remember Rocky. Arvada, CO, 2013
  • Curated exhibition at Rocky Flats Cold War Museum in Arvada, CO: Doomtown: The Atomic Art of Doug Waterfield. Arvada, CO 2013
  • Presented paper at 2013 International Annual Conference for the Inclusive Museum, “Towards an Inclusive Representation of the Nuclear Age: The Knowledge Frames of Nuclear Museums in the United States” Copenhagen, Denmark, April 2013
  • Co-created and interviewed for in Rocky Flats documentary by City of Arvada’s KATV. Released April, 2013
  • Co-created and interviewed for in Rocky Flats documentary by Julie Speer Productions. Released December 2013.
  • Co-curated exhibition with photographer Robert Del Tredici on behalf of the Atomic Photographers Guild at the Rocky Flats Cold War Museum in Arvada, CO: Behind the Atom Curtain: Life and Death in the Nuclear Age. Arvada, CO, 2012
  • Presented paper at 2012 CAA Conference, “Atomic Tourism: Roundtable discussion on Tourism and Culture” Los Angeles, CA, February 2012
  • Presented paper “Historic Houses and the Modern Gesamtkunstwerk” at ICOM/DemHist Annual Conference Antwerp, Belgium, October 2011

______________________________________________________________________________________________________ Deborah Bouchette

  • Board Member, SCRAP, Portland, OR, a non-profit center for the re-use of materials for artists and teachers.
  • Presenting paper “The Art and Science Divide: A Need to Rebuild Aesthetics” at Southeastern College Art Conference, Sarasota, FL, October 2014
  • Received a Gulnar Bosch Travel Assistance Award to present paper at the Southeastern College Art Conference, Sarasota, FL, October 2014
  • Solo exhibition, Face Frame, Rose Center for the Arts, Lower Columbia College, Longview Washington, March 2014
  • Solo exhibition, Pacific Art Experiment – 500 Miles, Kathrin Cawein Gallery, Pacific University, Forest Grove, OR, March 2013

______________________________________________________________________________________________________ Leonie Bradbury

  • Chaired panel at College Art Association (CAA) Conference 2014, Beyond the Gallery Walls, Chicago, IL, February 2014
  • Visiting critic, School of Visual Arts, New York, NY, October 24, 2013
  • Curated exhibition, Andrea Sherrill Evans: In the Clearing, Carol Schlosberg Alumni Gallery, Montserrat College of Art, Beverly, MA, September 2013
  • Visiting lecturer, MassArt, Boston, MA, September 16, 2013
  • Curated group exhibition featuring IDSVA’s Mary Anne Davis, Wish You Were There?, Montserrat College of Art Gallery, Beverly, MA, August 2013
  • Curated exhibition, Pat Falco: Just Happy To Be Here, Carol Schlosberg Alumni Gallery, Montserrat College of Art, Beverly, MA, August 2013
  • Curated exhibition, Elizabeth Alexander: Double Impatiens, Carol Schlosberg Alumni Gallery, Montserrat College of Art, Beverly, MA, July 2013
  • Curated exhibition, David Curcio: Bad Dreams…Or Not, Carol Schlosberg Alumni Gallery, Montserrat College of Art, Beverly, MA, June 2013
  • Essay, “Sarah Sze’s Random Walk-­Drawing: An Encounter With The Hyperreal”, in artcore Journal Volume 2, Issue 1, Summer 2013
  • Curated exhibition, Seven: A Performative Drawing Project, Montserrat College of Art Gallery, Beverly, MA, June 2013
  • Exhibition review, “Oh Canada”, Art Papers, May 2013
  • Museum review, “The Campus Kunsthalle: A Site of Convergence”, Art New England Volume 34, Issue 3, May 2013
  • Review of Anthonny Palocci Jr’s work, “WHAT IT IS: Paintings By Anthony Palocci Jr” in New American Paintings, February 2013
  • Chaired panel at CAA Conference 2013, A Two Way Street: How Academic Museum and Gallery Programming Can Achieve Curricular Impact, New York, NY, February 2013
  • Curated Guerilla Girls event and symposium, Agents of Change: Art as Activism, Montserrat College of Art Gallery, Beverly, MA, October 2012
  • Presented paper at 2012 CAA Conference, “Curators in the Spotlight: Dealing with Controversy and the Unexpected in Developing and Presenting Recent Exhibitions” Los Angeles, CA, February 2012

______________________________________________________________________________________________________ Kalia Brooks

  • Presented papers at 2012 CAA Conference, “Virtual Baartman: Visualizing Saartjie Baartman in Second Life” and “Black Venus: They Called Her ‘Hottentot’” Los Angeles, CA, February 2012
  • Curated group exhibition, Feed Your Head: The African Origins of the Scientific Aesthetic, MoCADA, Brooklyn, NY, November 2011
  • Curated group exhibition, Art in Odd Places: Ritual, New York, NY, October 2011
  • Curated group exhibition, The Cause Collective: The Truth Is I Am You, Building 10: LMCC’s Art Center on Governors Island, New York, NY, August 2011
  • Curated exhibition, First Person: Seven Women and Video, The Barbara Walters Gallery, Sarah Lawrence College, Bronxville, NY, March 2010
  • Curated exhibition, Bayete Ross Smith: Passing, The Halls at Bowling Green, New York, NY, January 2010
  • Presented paper at 2010 Toni Morrison Conference, “Virtual Morrison – Visualizing Toni Morrison in Second Life” Paris, France, October 2010
  • Moderator at 2010 Society of Photographic Education Conference, “Reexamining the Position of the Curator in Contemporary Photography”, The Print Center, Philadelphia, PA, March 2010
  • Curated Group exhibition, Progeny, Wallach Art Gallery, Columbia University, New York, NY, April 2009
  • Presented paper at 2009 CAA Conference, “Eracial” in panel My So-Called Second Life, Los Angeles, CA, February 2009

______________________________________________________________________________________________________ OLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERALinda Brown

  • Guest lecturer “The Art Imperative–From Early Child-to-Adulthood” & “Art in Life-Long Learning–Art and Aging”
    North Hennepin Community College, Department of Psychology, Minneapolis MN February 2014
  • Taught History of Design, Introduction to Drawing, Structural Drawing and Human Creative Expression, Dunwoody College of Technology, Minneapolis, MN February, 2014
  • Solo exhibition A Retrospective from the School of Hard Knocks at Chez Bloom Minneapolis, MN May 2014

______________________________________________________________________________________________________ Bob Carroll

______________________________________________________________________________________________________ Brooke Chroman

  • Presented paper “Bill Cunningham: Fashioning Dialogical Aesthetics” and participating on panel for the session: À La Mode: The Contemporary Art and Fashion System at the upcoming 2014 College Art Association (CAA) Conference,  Chicago, IL, February 2014
  • Panel participant at the 2014 CAA Conference, À La Mode: The Contemporary Art and Fashion System, Chicago, IL, February 2014
  • Interview with Carsten Höller, The Travel Almanac Magazine, June 2013
  • Published catalog essay on the work of Gyan Shrosbree, “I Love You Because Your Pants Are Too Short,” painting exhibition, The Times Club Gallery. Iowa City, Iowa, March 2013
  • Interviewed musician/actor Will Oldham for Issue #2 of The Travel Almanac Magazine, October 2011
  • Exhibition catalog essay for Leyla Stevens, “Keep Your Shoulders and Waist Strong: Instructions for Gesture” First Draft Gallery, Sydney, Australia, June 2011
  • Published essay, “Going Nowhere: How to Travel in Modern Times.” The Travel Almanac Magazine, Spring/Summer 2011
  • Cover story and interview, “A Conversation with David Lynch.” The Travel Almanac Magazine, Spring/Summer 2011
  • Lecture “We Made It Out of Question Marks”, Fine Arts Department, University of Austin Texas, Austin, TX, February 2011
  • Group exhibition, By Any Name: Institutional Memory at The New School, Parts and Labor Gallery in conjunction with Vera List Center for Art and Politics at The New School, New York, NY, October 2009

______________________________________________________________________________________________________ Mary Anne Davis

  • Presented paper “Toward a Theory of Optimism” at the Utopia in the Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences conference at the University of Northern Georgia, Dahlonega, Georgia, March 2014.
  • Installation in group exhibition curated by Leonie Bradbury, Wish You Were There?, Montserrat College of Art Gallery, Beverly, MA, August 2013
  • Group exhibition, Unbound, Artistree Gallery, Woodstock, VT, 2013
  • Group exhibition, Dear Mother Nature, Dorsky Museum of Art, SUNY New Paltz, New Paltz, NY, June 2012
  • Group exhibition, The Birding Life, The Ferrin Gallery, Pittsfield, MA, October 2011

______________________________________________________________________________________________________ Jessica Doyle

  • Group exhibition, Inspired by CinemaSundance Headquarters, New York, NY , Summer through Fall 2014
  • Group exhibition, Psychedelphia, Pageant Gallery, Philadelphia, PA, June 2013
  • Chaired panel at CAA Conference 2013, Online Education in Fine Arts: Helpful Way In or Easy Way Out?, New York, NY, February 2013
  • Video, Kairos Interruptus, shown at Vaudeville Park, Brooklyn, NY, February 2012
  • Group exhibition, Video at Backspace, Backspace Art Collective, Peoria, IL, October 2011
  • Group exhibition, Hive/Cave, Pageant Gallery, Philadelphia, PA, May 2011

______________________________________________________________________________________________________ Rowynn DumontRowynn Dumont

  • Co-designed a 40 foot mechanical wall installation, in addition to creating and installing a sculpture and photography exhibition at Nimbus at Vespertine, Shanghai’s first Steampunk bar. November 2013.

______________________________________________________________________________________________________ Kate Farrington Kate Farrrington

  • Presented “The One Hotel and the Aesthetics of Place at dOCUMENTA(13)” on the panel “The Rise of the Artist Curator”, 2014 College Art Association (CAA) conference, Chicago, February 2014
  • Contributing a chapter to a volume on the topic “The Rise of the Artist-as-Curator” edited by Gabrielle Gopinath
  • Essay, “The Phoenix and the Shaker Chair: A Comparison of Xu Bing’s The Phoenix Project and Chen Zhen’s The Opening of the Closed Center” is published in the Journal of the Boston-based on-line journal, Big, Red, and Shiny
  • Panel Moderator, “The Non-Places of Art” in the PACT (Pacific Association of the Continental Tradition) philosophy conference in San Francisco, September 2013
  • Essay, “The Failure of Aesthetics in the Occupy Movement, seen through the lens of the 7th Berlin Biennale” in artcore journal Volume 1, Issue 2, January 2013
  • Presented paper “The Failure of Aesthetics at the 7th Berlin Biennale” at Art as Activism Symposium, Montserrat College, Beverly, MA, October 2012
  • Public art project, “Facing the Towers: Not a Memorial” (2011), a collaboration with artist Richard Cutrona. The outdoor sculpture was installed at Fitchburg State University in Fitchburg, Massachusetts in 2011, and at Governor’s Island, New York in 2012

______________________________________________________________________________________________________ Jennifer Hall

  • Group exhibition curated by Tamara Fox, Clusterf*ck: Craft, Kitch and the Quotidian, Craft House, Grand Rapids, MI, January 2013
  • Presented at 2012 College Art Association (CAA) Conference, “Momentum: Women/Art/Technology, Redefining Health through a Postcybernetic Aesthetic” Los Angeles, CA, February 2012
  • Solo exhibition, Slow Wave:Seeing Sleep A series of Epileptiforms from seizure activity during REM sleep, The Curtis R. Rriem Experimental Media and Performing Arts Center (EMPAC) September 2009
  • Solo exhibition, Flying Fish Project: Phase 1 Field Research, Research at the Sian Ka’an Biosphere Refuge, Mexico, April 2009
  • Group exhibition, Generations, Arnheim Gallery, Mass College of Art and Design, Boston, MA, February 2009

______________________________________________________________________________________________________ Jason Hoelscher

  • Presented paper  at the 2014 College Art Association (CAA) Conference, “Painting in the Distributed Field”, Chicago, IL, February 2014
  • Peer review essay, “Autopoietic Art Systems and Aesthetic Swarms: Notes on Polyphonic Purity and Algorithmic Emergence” in Evental Aesthetics, vol. 2, no. 3, Winter 2013
  • Feature article, “Pattern and Deregulation: Beauty and Non-Order in Contemporary Painting” ArtPulse Magazine, vol. 4, no. 17, October 2013
  • Group exhibition, Poste CONCRET, ParisCONCRET Gallery, Paris, France, July 2013
  • Group exhibition, Spacetime, Farm Project Space, Provincetown, MA, July – August 2013
  • Essay, “Art Circuit: The Biennial Complex as Dynamic Chronotopic System” in artcore journal Volume 1, Issue 2, January 2013
  • Group exhibition, Stockholm Independent Art Fair, ParisCONCRET Gallery, Stockholm, Sweden, February 2012
  • Group exhibition, TAPPED 3: An Exhibit of Works by Professors and their Students, Manifest Gallery, Cleaveland, OH, December 2012
  • Group exhibition, Abstract: Less is More, Jeffrey Leder Gallery, Long Island City, NY, December 2012
  • Group exhibition, Painters Painting Paint, Todd Gallery, Middle Tennessee State University, Murfreesboro, TN, August 2012

______________________________________________________________________________________________________ Whitney V. HunterWhitney Hunter March 2014

______________________________________________________________________________________________________ Wilson Hurst

  • Participated in juried exhibition and received two honorable mentions at, Photography Show 2014, Lodi Community Art Center, Lodi, CA 2014
  • Participated in juried exhibition, lumine, Darkroom Gallery, Essex Junction, VT, 2014
  • Participated in juried exhibition, Snow and Ice, 1650 Gallery, Los Angeles, CA, 2013
  • Participated in juried exhibition, Our Earth, Flow Art Space, St. Paul, MN, 2013
  • Participated in juried exhibition, Lost and Found, Darkroom Gallery, Essex Junction, VT, 2013
  • Participated in juried exhibition, Color it Red, Red Dog News, 2013
  • Participated in juried exhibition, Color Story, Darkroom Gallery, Essex Junction, VT, 2013
  • Participated in juried exhibition, The Magic of Light, PhotoPlace Gallery, Middlebury, VT, 2013
  • Participated in juried exhibition, Photography Show 2013, Lodi Community Art Center, Lodi, CA 2013

______________________________________________________________________________________________________ Susan Johnson

  • Grant recipient, “Martha’s Vineyard Center for the Visual Arts Artist Grant”, Martha’s Vineyard, MA, 2013

______________________________________________________________________________________________________ Tatiana Klacsmann

  • Group exhibition, Open Small Works Exhibition, National Association of Women Artists Gallery, New York, NY, February 2013
  • Presented at 2012 SECAC, “The Power in Precision Project and Lacan’s Mirror-Phase” in Graduate Student Poster Session, Durham, NC, October 2012
  • Participated in juried exhibition, Elvis and Other Kings, Estel Gallery, Nashville, TN, September 2011
  • Group exhibition, Ancora Imparo, as part of Westobou Arts Festival, Augusta, GA, September 2011

______________________________________________________________________________________________________ Maria LaBargeMaria LaBarge

  • Publication, Levitation Mass and the Fractured Subject, The UVU Humanities Journal, 2015.
  • Presented at a symposium at Utah Valley University Levitation Mass and Fractured Consciousness, March 2014.
  • Publication, The Dutch Frontispiece In The 17th And 18th Centuries and Francois Valentijn’s Oud en Nieuw Oost Indien, Lambert Academic Publishing GmbH & Co. KG : Saarbrücken, Germany, 2011
  • Presented Paper at 2011 Sixteenth Century Society & Conference, “Manipulating Choice, a Technical Study of Hieronymus Bosch’s Ecce Homo” Fort Worth, TX, October 2011

______________________________________________________________________________________________________ Paige Lunde studio portrait. Photo by Andrew Collings.Paige Lunde

  • Group exhibition, Emerging Artists, Morpho Gallery, Chicago, IL January 2014
  • Included in Documentary Film, Central Standard: On Education, produced with WTTW and PBS Digital as a part of a new web series following 8 students from city and suburban schools, by Scrappers Film Group, Chicago, IL 2014

______________________________________________________________________________________________________ Johnnie Mae Maberry

  • Keynote presentation at the opening of African and Oceania Exhibit, “Times and Seasons of the Tougaloo Art Collection: 50 years and Counting” Bennie G. Thompson Reserach Center, Tougaloo College, Jackson, MS, July 2013

______________________________________________________________________________________________________ Mary Mazurek

  • Communicator Award of Distinction, Category: Radio Production “The Search”, 2014
  • Mentor, Chicago Chapter of The National Academy of Recording Arts and Sciences “Grammy Town Hall”, June 26, 2014
  • Recording engineer for “Soirées D’été“, The Chicago Harp Quartet Debut Album, released May 29, 2014
  • Moderated panel discussion,  “Going Solo: Digital Promotions for the Classical Musician” at Chicago Chapter of The National Academy of Recording Arts and Sciences – The Recording Academy, Chicago, IL, May 29, 2014
  • Re-elected to The Chicago Chapter of The National Academy of Recording Arts and Sciences Board of Governors, May 2014
  • Accepted an adjunct teaching position in the media department of The Art Institute / Illinois Institute of Art, May 2014
  • Short film, New Media Music Chicago (2013), Chicago Public Television Station WTTW, September 2013
  • Producer of the radio documentary, The Search, five part series airing on WFMT Radio 98.7 FM, Chicago, IL, previous episodes can be heard on, 2013 -14
  • Presentation, “DIY Recording Techniques”, Cleavland State University, Cleavland, OH, October 2013

______________________________________________________________________________________________________ Kathryn McFaddenKathrynMcfadden

  • Published paper “Agape: Love and Art in Community” accepted for publication Vol. 34 (Issue Two) of Analytic Teaching and Philosophical Praxis, April 2014
  • Presented paper “Storge: Homely and Heroic Love in Alison Bechdel’s Fun Home and Lisa Cholodenko’s The Kids Are All Right,” at the Pacific Association for the Continental Tradition meeting, October 2014, held at Loyola Marymount University and the Getty Museum, Los Angeles.

______________________________________________________________________________________________________ Lorena Morales

  • Presented paper,“Purism: Meta-Politicized Concrescence and Critique,” at the Arts, Peace and Conflict conference at the The Bishop Desmond Tutu Centre for War and Peace at Liverpool Hope University, Liverpool, United Kingdon, July 2014
  • Panel chair: “The European Way: Identitarian Representations of Europe in Visual Arts, Performing Arts and Literature” and presented paper “Pipilotti Rist’s I Couldn’t Agree With You More:  The Ethical Integrity of Being Swiss,” at the Fourth Euroacademia Global Conference ‘Europe Inside-Out:  Europe and Europeaness Exposed to Plural Observers,’ May 2014, Athens, Greece.
  • Presented paper,“Purism: Meta-Politicized Concrescence and Critique,” at EuroAcademia’s Second Global Forum of Critical Studies / Asking Big Questions Again conference, Prague, Czech Republic, February 2014
  • Presented paper at at the Memory, Conflict, and Space conference of the Archbishop Desmond Tutu Centre for War and Peace Studies, “Relationally You Relationally Constructed,” Liverpool Hope University, Liverpool, United Kingdom, July 2013
  • Presented paper at the Identities and Identifications: Politicized Uses of Collective Identities conference of EuroAcademia, “Aztec Identity Narratives: From Aztlán to the D.F.” Zagreb, Croatia, April 2013

______________________________________________________________________________________________________ Tammy Parks

  • Solo exhibition, An Eclectic Mix, New River Community College, Dublin, VA, October 2011

______________________________________________________________________________________________________ Michelle PerkinsMichelle Perkins

______________________________________________________________________________________________________ Tania Romero

  • Presented paper “Humanism and struggle: how independent media production is revolutionizing the women rights movement in Nicaragua” at the 2014 Latin American Studies Association conference in Chicago, May 2014
  • Selected as one of 32 new National Board Certified teachers to attend the yearly tribute to excellence in teaching for the Austin Independent School District, May 2014
  • Received a graduate student fellowship from the The Texas Association of Chicanos in Higher Education (TACHE). This is a professional association committed to the improvement of educational and employment opportunities for Hispanics in higher education. In February, Romero attended the 39th TACHE Conference in Fort Worth, Texas to be recognized as 1 of 4 graduate students who are committed to the education of Hispanic and Latino communities.
  • Received National Board Teaching Certification in Adolescence and Young Adult Career and Technology Education in November, 2013. National Board is a certification awarded to teacher-candidates with at least 4 years of experience and who also complete a portfolio with evidence of excellence in teaching standards and student success.
  • Presented paper “Ambiguous gaze in found footage cinema: an intertextual discussion on abjection and reality” at the International Conference on the Image , University Center, Chicago, October 2013.
  • Film, Helmets From Heath (2013), featured in “Faces of Austin” as a part of South by Southwest. Won Judge’s Choice Award. March 2013

______________________________________________________________________________________________________ Toni-Lee SangastianoToni-Lee Sangastiano

  • Art Studio Exhibition, Florence Study Center, Florence, Italy, Spring 2014
  • Group exhibition, Angel Academy of Art 2014 Student Exhibition at Angel Academy of Art, Florence, Italy, Spring 2014
  • Participated in juried exhibition Amazing Marvels, Off Rhode Gallery at Art Enables in Washington D.C, March 2014
  • Painting selected to represent exhibit Amazing Marvels, Off Rhode Gallery at Art Enables in Washington D.C, March 2014

______________________________________________________________________________________________________ Gregory Steel

  • Exhibiting three videos at GZ-Basel, International Fair of Contemporary Art, June 2014
  • Group exhibition, New York Now! 014 at Factory Art Gallery, May 2014
  • Promoted to Associate Professor with tenure at Indiana University, April 2014
  • One of 50 international video artists selected to participate in Ruoli Segreti e Ruoli Proibiti / Hidden & Forbidden Identities, Venice, Italy, February 2012
  • Film, Identities, International Video Festival, Koza Visual Culture and Arts Association, Istanbul, Turkey, 2012
  • Film, Liquid Identities, Scoletta di San Giovanni Battista e del SS. Sacramento in Bragora, Venice, Italy, 2012
  • Film, Hidden Cities, International Media Exhibition, Rome, Italy, 2012
  • Film, Smart Cities, Carnivale of Venice, Venice, Italy 2012

______________________________________________________________________________________________________  Taliesin Thomas Thomas Taliesin

  • Published article  “The Post-human Internet Dimension: Ai Weiwei and Cao Fei Online” in the  Journal of Contemporary Chinese Art, September 2014.
  • Invited to deliver a paper on Ai Weiwei at the academic conference “Unruly Engagements: On the Social Turn in Contemporary Art and Design” at the Cleveland Institute of Art, November 2014.

______________________________________________________________________________________________________ Patricia Tinajero

  • Group exhibition, Palafito: 
Homes-on-stilts, Floor4Art, New York, NY, November 2012
  • Participated in an exhibition for the 40th Anniversary of the CAA Women’s Caucus for Art Show, Momentum, Gallery 825 Los Angeles, CA, February 2012
  • Group exhibition, Ecological Imperative, Museum of Contemporary Art, Valdivia, Chile, January 2011

______________________________________________________________________________________________________ Amalya Nane Tumanian 


  •  Painting “Cheerful Lights” is one of the 60 finalists selected from 3,017 artworks from 70 countries at the International Art Competition organized by Taiwan International Contemporary Artist Association. Artwork will be exhibited at the Art Revolution Taipei International Art Fair from April 17th to 20th, 2014 at the World Trade Center, Taipei, Taiwan.

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