Student Achievements A - MC

Check out what our students are up to! On this page you will find studnet acheivements listed out alphabetically by last name.

Mike Adams

  • Appointed Assistant Professor of Fine Arts, teaching two sections of Art Appreciation, at DigiPen Institute of Technology. Redmond, WA, Fall 2017
  • Paper: Pacific Association for the Continental Tradition Conference( PACT)San Francisco, CA, September 2017
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Juliet Araujo

  • Co founded: Studio EA, a multi discipline creative firm focussing on architecture, art and collaboration. January 2019

  • Awarded: Arts4All Teaching Artist Residency: Collier County Department of Juvenile Justice. Naples, FL. February 2019

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Christina Barber

  • Promoted, Curator of Innovation and Contemporary Culture at the Alaska Humanities Forum, 2017
  • Paper: “In the Mouth of the Woolf: Intersubjective Consciousness in The Waves," Pacific Ancient and Modern Language Association (PAMLA) ConferencePortland, OR, October 2015
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Sara Christensen Blair

  • Solo Exhibition: "Uncommon & Uncanny," Johnson Fine Arts Center Gallery (scheduled), NSU, Aberdeen, SD, 2018
  • Promoted to Full Professor & Chair of the Art & Theatre Depts. at Northern State University in Aberdeen, SD, August 2017
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Nancy Bookhart

  • Appointed: Interim Chair, Department of Humanities, Paine College, Augusta, GA.

  • Panel Chair: Conference on the Harlem Renaissance, 2019. Keynote Scholar David C. Driskell, October, 2019

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Deborah Bouchette

  • Participant: "Residencies Reflected" Symposium, Helsinki, Finland. November 2016
  • Paper: “Line as the Essence of Becoming-Artist,” in the session "Philosophic Formalism," at the 2016 SECAC Conference. Roanoke, VA, Oct 19-22, 2016
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Brooke Bryan

  • Received: Southwestern Ohio Consortium for Higher Education (SOCHE) Faculty Excellence Award in Service, September, 2017
  • Received: Biennial post secondary teaching award from the Oral History Association for the field-based undergraduate research experiences she facilitates at Antioch College, 2017
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Margaret Coleman

  • Solo Exhibition: Mercy Gallery, Loomis Chaffee School, Windsor, CT, January 2015
  • Curated Booths: Miami Art Week, X Contemporary and Fridge Art Fair, December 2015
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Jessica Rodríguez Colón

  • Awarded: The Adam Smith Fellowship on political Economy, a co-sponsored program by at the Mercatus Center and Liberty Fund, Inc. 2018

  • Honored at the event “El Semillero: idea incubator” by The Loisaida Center in the Lower East Side, the collective labor as co-founders of Eco Kit Initiative, will be recognized on February 27, 2018

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Rowynn Dumont

  • Exhibition Review: "The Incomplete Araki: Sex, Life, and Death in the Works of Nobuyoshi Araki,” COOPH Magazine, Museum of Sex, New York, NY. Spring 2018

  • Paper: "Haitian Vodou Aesthetics and Resistance." College Art Association Annual Conference (CAA). Los Angeles, February 24, 2018

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Angelalynn Dunlop

  • Paper: "Technological Metamorphosis: Ontological Work Performed Through Body and Technology." at 73rd annual SECAC Conference. Roanoke, VA, October 19-22, 2016
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Kate Farrington

  • Panelist: "The Space of Art" featuring Montserrat College of Art, Professor of Humanities Kate Farrington in conversation with artist John Preus. Monserrat College, February 15, 2018
  • Paper: "Place' through a Feast of the Five Senses: A Philosophical Consideration of Robin Kahn's 2012 art project dOCUMENTA (13): 'Dining in Refugee Camps: The Art of Sahrawi Cooking.'" in the panel, "Uneasy Feasts" at Pacific Association for the Continental Tradition Conference (PACT) 7th annual meeting, Seattle University, September 24-26, 2015, Seattle, WA
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Ana Fernandez

  • Paper: “Hilando Fino, Iteraciones (Fine Threadings, Iterations),” Destejer los Hilos de la Memoria (Unknitting Memory's Threads) Conference, Quito, Ecuador. October, 2018

  • Solo Exhibition: "Pistolas y Rosas," Galeria Ileana Viteri, Quito, Ecuador. October, 2017. The show was written up in the book Solo de Mujeres by Antonio Rodriguez

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Erin Gleason

  • Artist Residency and Partial Fellowship: Studios at MASS MoCA, January 2019

  • Group Exhibition: "Somewhere down the line, there's a fine line between a deadline and the bottom line," NARS Foundation, Brooklyn, NY, September 2018

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Brooke Grabiec

  • Appointed: Part-Time Faculty. Parsons School of Design, New York, NY, 2017
  • Publication: "Interview with Simone Rocha," The Travel Almanac Magazine, 2017
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Yon Tande

  • Panelist: Body Maneuvers: Radical Shifts in Caribbean Transnational Identities. Caribbean Studies Association (CSA) 2018. Havana Cuba, June 4-8, 2018.

  • Choreographer: The Rite of Spring. Festival Ballet Providence. Providence, RI. March 2018.

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Wilson Hurst

  • Accepted into juried exhibition, Visions of the Flint Hills, Buttonwood Art Space, Kansas City, Missouri, Juror:  Lisa Grossman, October 2017
  • Accepted into juried exhibition, Art of Living Photography Show, ACCI Gallery Berkeley, California, Juror:  David Garnick, September 2017
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Samuel Kochansky

  • Paper: “Kitsch and the Lack of Imagination,” at The Representational Art Conference (TRAC). Ventura, CA, April 2019.

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Paige Lunde

  • Paper: “Breaking Fixity: John Cage, Art, and a New Understanding of Time” at Reviewing Black Mountain College 10 Conference, in partnership with University of North Carolina Asheville, September 28 – 30, 2018

  • Panel Chair: “Our Problem with the Concept of Time,” at SECAC (Southeast College Art Conference), held at the University of Alabama, Birmingham, October 17 - 20, 2018

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