Sculpture program recognizes student/alumni accomplishments

Jeremy Holmes ’07 (BFA) installed a new commissioned artwork for Holland and Knight Law Firm, Washington, DC. He is currently in Regensburg, Germany, for a permanent sculpture installation and a two-person show at Isabelle Lesmeister Gallery.

Meng-Hsuan Wu ’08 (MFA) is teaching at the Rainey Institute in Cleveland.

Andrew Hamill ’12 (MFA) was awarded the prestigious Skowhegan Artist Residency. He heads to Maine this summer.

Antonios Chalyvidis ’12 (BFA) exhibited his kinetic sculpture at the Melina Merkouri Municipal Gallery, Hydra Island, Greece, April 2014.

Kevin Dejewski ’12 (BFA) conducted an interactive art workshop with visiting artist Hans Tammen this spring at SUNY New Paltz. He will be presenting his work at the upcoming New Adventures in Sound ART Symposium: Trans X in Toronto.

Katie Innamorato ’12 (BFA) is showing her work in the 2014 Taxidermy Show at La Luz de Jesus Gallery in Los Angeles.

Sarah Grange ’12 (BFA) and Dave Licata ’04 (BFA) are employed at the Hudson Valley Center for Contemporary Art in Peekskill, N.Y.

Tine Regula ’12 (BFA) was hired as a metal fabricator for a small, Brooklyn-based fabrication shop called Anchor and Canvas.

Savannah Blum ’14 (BFA) premiered her documentary film, “At Home in Detroit” at the Rosendale Theater, April 26.  The documentary resulted from her summer 2013 SURE research project, mentored by Professor Emily Puthoff.

Samantha Demonte ’14 (BFA) , Savannah Blum ’14 (BFA) , and Nicole Bel-Summner ’14 (BFA) are exhibiting their BFA thesis shows in the Samuel Dorsky Museum of Art.

Savannah Blum ’14 (BFA) was nominated for the Windgate Fellowship. Her Windgate proposal was mentored by Professor Emily Puthoff, Professor Steven Bradford, Professor. Ed Felton, and Professor Jeff Johnson. She was also nominated for the Outstanding Student Achievement in Contemporary Sculpture Award granted by the International Sculpture Center. Her application was mentored by Professor Emily Puthoff and Professor Steven Bradford.

Brianna Dabroski ’15 (BFA) and Professor Emily Puthoff are conducting a SURE research project investigating STEAM education this summer.

Rachel Nolte ’15 (BFA) is interning with Pat Oleszko this summer on a public art project in collaboration with Women’s Studio Workshop in Rosendale, N.Y.

Katy Itter ’15 (MFA), Steve Rossi ’06 (MFA), and Professor Emily Puthoff are exhibiting at the Queen’s Museum, Queens, NY during the Open Engagement Conference in May 2014, organized by Prof. Matthew Friday and curated by Linda Weintraub.