Student Achievements Mo-Z

Jeanne Moore

Moore and her husband, Billy Hunter, co-owners of MOSAIC Productions, launched a gallery called OFFICE SPACE. Situated in the heart of Detroit’s New Center, OFFICE SPACE Gallery will center its exhibitions on Detroit’s talented, yet often underserved artists and performers. Moore also is a Part-time Professor in the Liberal Arts department at the College for Creative Studies in Detroit.

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Keren Moscovitch

An artist and educator, Moscovitch is an adjunct professor and Associate Director of Continuing Education at School of the Visual Arts. She is a contributing writer for ARTPULSE, has participated in number exhibitions and presented several papers at conferences all over the country.

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Jill O'Connor

O’Connor is the Gallery Director at Feldspar Studio & Gallery in Maryland. She is the recipient of the Duchamp Research Scholarship from Friends of the Schwerin Museum, Germany. The scholarship was awarded based on her master’s thesis in art history entitled “Closing the Infra-Thin Gap Between Marcel Duchamp’s The Bride Stripped Bare by Her Bachelor’s Even and Etant donnes.”

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Allen Olson-Urtecho

In 2019, Olson-Urtecho presented his paper: “Spacetime and Virtual Reality: temporal recalibration for neurological disorders such as Parkinson's disease, schizophrenia, ADHD, and autism by using movement contingent time flow in virtual reality,” at the Society for Literature, Science, and the Arts National Hellenic Research Foundation, in Athens, Greece. Olson-Urtecho works as a fine arts adjuster.

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Liza Renia Papi

Papi’s book, The Aesthetic of Art - Quiz E-Book was published by Cognella Editors & University Press, in September 2019.

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Neely Patton

Patton is the Senior Vice President of Academic Affairs at Rocky Mountain College of Art and Design. She recently gave a paper, “Filtering Art, Filtering Self: Through the Lens of the Selfie” at SECAC, University of Alabama, Birmingham.

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Michelle Perkins

Perkins worked as the preparator for Eugene Eda's Doors for Malcolm X College, at the Yates Gallery, Chicago Cultural Center. She also served as a moderator for the panel Re-Imagining the Archive, Black Portraiture[s] III: Reinventions at the Strains of Histories and Cultures Conference at the University of the Witwatersrand in Johannesburg, South Africa.

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Alaina Plowdrey

Plowdrey presented her paper: "Neuroaesthetics: The Cognitive and Applied Bridge between Math, Science, and Art" at the Women in Data + Science Conference at Saint Leo University, Florida, in March 2019.

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Sheila Rae Neal

In 2019, Neal was appointed Assistant Visiting Professor for Graphic Design and New Media at SUNY Potsdam. She also presented her paper, "The Simulacrum and the Effects on the Comic Book Hero," at the 10th Annual University of Albany Philosophical Association Graduate Student Conference, Albany, NY, in April 2017.

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Gabriel Reed

Reed has presented several papers over the years. His most recent was, “Schelling’s Practice of Pyromenology: The Elemental Imagination of Fire in the Cretan Ceramic Revolution” at the North American Schelling Society (NASS) 6th Annual Meeting, University of Hawaii, Hilo.

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Jennifer Rempfer

Rempfer recently participated in the workshop: “Identifying the novelty in designs: A Design Patent Examiner’s guided exploration of how to better understand the hermeneutics of ‘novelty’ in design patents and utilize patents in the design classroom” at the Thirteenth International Conference on Design Principals and Practices, St. Petersburg State University, Saint Petersburg, Russia.

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Gale Richardson

In 2018, Richardson gave a lecture in Lucca, Italy on “The Perceptual Experience of Past and Present Consciousness” at the 8th Euroacademia International Conference Europe Inside-Out: Europe and Europeanness Exposed to Plural Observers.

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Jennifer Rissler

Rissler was appointed to the College Art Association (CAA) Board of Directors for the 2019-2024 term. She serves as the Dean of Academic Affairs at the San Francisco Art Institute, effective January 2017.

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Jeffrey Siemers

Siemers is an art instructor at Kenai Peninsula College, in Soldontna, Alaska. He recently presented his paper: “The Subversive Event: Overturning Institutionalized Identities” at SECAC, University of Alabama, Birmingham.

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Gregory Steel

Steel is an Associate Professor of Fine Arts and New Media with tenure at Indiana University. His films have been exhibited at GZ-Basel, International Fair of Contemporary Art, Carnival of Venice and the International Video Festival in Istanbul.

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Taliesin Thomas

Thomas is the Director of AW Asia, an organization that promotes the field of Chinese contemporary art through institutional loans and museum acquisitions, curatorial projects, publications, and educational programs. Thomas has given several talks including a recent presentation titled “Asexual Sex: Expanding Visions of Gender in Contemporary Chinese Art” at the “Re-Envisioning Gender in China” annual conference of the China Academic Network on Gender at the Université libre de Bruxelles,

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