Announcements for Alumni

Interior Design alumni honored

September 22, 2011

Recent Interior Design Alums Tania Cholakova (MA 2011), Eugenia Ripari (MA 2011), and Rebecca Winnick (MA 2011) were honored September 21st at the DC Metro ASID Annual Meeting. All three received Presidential Citations for Distinguished Service to the Society and the Profession.

Noah Angell (BFA 2003)

September 22, 2011

Noah Angell announces his first solo exhibition of his film work opening next Tuesday the 27th at Oksasenkatu 11in Helsinki Finland.

Melissa Ichiuji (BFA 2006) performance at the (e)merge art fair

September 21, 2011

Melissa Ichiuji-Everything to Lose. The artist conceived Everything to Lose as a work of total self-absorption. She describes this performance as a symbolic act of “I” suicide performed in public, explaining that communion with God requires the surrender of identity, delusions, ego, and worldly attachments. Through the use of movement, costume and sound, the artist metaphorically discards layers that separate her from others and from the divine universal spirit that comprises everything. 

Lisa K. Rosenstein (AFA 2007)

September 20, 2011

The Delaplaine Visual Arts Center

White on White: Shadow and Light
Paintings by Lisa K. Rosenstein in the New Gallery
October 1 – November 20

Reception 3-5 PM October 1
Textural three-dimensional paintings exploring a minimalist view of materials and light.


Melissa Harris (PHOTO 2005)

September 20, 2011

Melissa Harris was the subject of the Mirror Mirror Magazine Summer Spotlight Central article.

"There is something about the process, the noises and the surprise after waiting to see the negatives,  its an experience".  Melissa Harris


Read the whole piece and see images here:!spotlight-central

Garvin Smith (class of 1978)

September 20, 2011

Garvin recently found out that his production team has won another International TELLY Award for their series Diversity of Urban Art, Edward Campos Artist.

This is the second one this production year! Check it out

Diversity of Urban Art