- Andrea Higgins ’92, SECA Art Award recipient, will present a solo exhibition of paintings for FOG Design + Art 2019, Hosfelt Gallery. Higgins is known for her paintings of fabric swatches that draw on the expressive power of textiles to create evocative, abstract portraits. Inspired by childhood trips to Britex Fabrics with her grandmother, and a stay in Indonesia where she observed the labor-intensive process of weaving extravagant sarongs, she “weaves” textile patterns with paint. Considering the ubiquitous aesthetic importance of fabric across time and culture, Higgins is also fascinated by the ability of textiles to carry certain associations and to present a particular image of their wearer to the outside world. Her exhibition runs January 17 - 20, 2019, Booth 216, Fort Mason Festival Pavilion, 2 Marina Blvd, San Francisco.
- Daniele Genadry ’02 exhibition "slow light" will be on display at the Beirut Art Center, Beirut, Lebanon, from July 25—Oct. 7, 2018. Danielle is teaching at the American University in Beirut and will be a fellow at Bogliasco Foundation, in Genova, Italy, later this year. Slow light Exhibition. Bogliasco Foundation.
- Jordan Ann Craig ’15 - Received the Brooks Fellowship to visit London, Venice, Cork, and Amsterdam to study their distinctive printmaking traditions and complete residencies in local print studios. She will have an exhibition at the Venetian Scuola where she is now working on woodcuts, collographs, cyanotypes, monoprints, and etchings. As a resident she receives free classes. “It is interesting learning the Italian perspective and history on printmaking. Their way of explaining certain things can be so different. For instance, when waiting for the soaked paper to stop dripping, the instructor said to wait for the paper to stop crying.” October 18, 2017
- Ani Liu '08, recently complete d a project that was featured on VICE: https://broadly.vice.com/en_us/article/this-woman-just-figured-out-how-to-control-sperm-with-her-brain
As an expression of female empowerment, in this project, a woman controls something inherently and symbolical male: sperm. Reflecting on the cultural and scientific discourses that shape notions of the female body, this promotes discussion on reproductive rights. Through the use of a brain-computer interface, a woman controls the movement of sperm with the agency of her thoughts.
The project site is also here: http://ani-liu.com/pussygrabsback
- Danielle Genadry '02, will exhibit at the Taymour Grahne Gallery in NYC. Her show, Missing Real will run from September 12 to November 4, 2015.
- Mark Brosseau '98, lives outside of Philadelphia and is painting full-time. He is also Co-Director of the Philadelphia branch of the collective, Tiger Strikes Asteroid, where he has curated a group exhibition called "Shape Play" that opens on Friday, February 6th, 2016.
- Liz Ryan '87, was an English major as an undergraduate but took "Visual Anthropology" and became passionate about photography as a form of creative "writing". After Dartmouth, she went to graduate school in Los Angeles. She has taught at Cal State Fullerton, Reed College, and Hollins University among other schools. She has been a practicing studio artist since 1991. She works in photography, collage and video.
- Daniel Heyman '85, was an Artist-in-Residence at Dartmouth last year. He has a very successful career as an artist and teacher.
- William Lamson '00, interdisciplinary artist, got a Guggenheim Fellowship in 2014.
- After working successfully as a graphic designer in NYC, Laura Grey '02 is now an assistant professor of graphic design at BU.
- Sharon Lindenfeld '05 received her MFA in Printmaking from Indiana University, then taught at the University of Wisconsin. Last year she gave a terrific demonstration of her own printmaking techniques to a SART class at Dartmouth, and brought her enormous prints for students to see.
- Lexi Campbell '13 is taking photography classes at the School of the Art Institute of Chicago and looking around the city for a printmaking facility.
- Hein Koh taught at Dartmouth last year as a visiting lecturer.
- Lauren Ruth and Max van Pelt are both making and showing work
- Natalia Wrobel '11 After interning with SART, Natalia received a scholarship to the New York Studio School and an Artist Residency at the BAI in Berlin. Her work is represented by Abigail Ogilvy Gallery in Boston, MA. She lives between Berlin and Amsterdam.
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