Thurs Sept. 5, 5:00 - 7:00, Boyden Gallery
Opening Reception for Object Lessons
Weds Sept. 11, 4:30 - 6:00, Boyden Gallery
Meet and Greet Art Majors/ Minors
Thurs Sept. 19, 4:30- 5:45, Boyden Gallery
Mina Cheon: Artist Talk
Carrie Patterson, Chair
Associate Professor of Art
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Alumni Where are they now?
Matthew Fishel (studio art, 2001) completed an MFA at Maryland Institute College of Art in 2010. Originally interested in painting, Matthew has expanded his practice to include animation, video, installation, and digital imaging. He is a frequent contributor to RedStarKGB, an ongoing collaboration of filmmakers in Baltimore. His own film, "A Short Film Regarding Possibilities", was selected by the Maryland Film Festival in 2006. See his work at http://www.matthewfishel.com
Rick Peabody is an author and poet based in Washington, D.C. He is one of the founding editors for Gargoyle Magazine and editor for the anthology series Mondo. He also runs a small press called Paycock Press which has released a number of anthologies and works by individual authors. Peabody's own fiction and poetry is often set in Washington, D.C. and the surrounding region.
Alumni Joe Hall ’04 received his BA in English from St. Mary’s College of Maryland and is currently enrolled in the MFA poetry program at George Mason University. His poems have been publish or are forth coming in The Squaw Valley Review, The Silt Reader, The Chesapeake Reader, and Versal.
David Hagstrom has been an educator for the past 50 years, currently serving as a facilitator for retreats for educators and ministers. His first book is appeared in 2004, a memoir entitled, From Outrageous to Inspired; How to Create a Community of Leaders in Our Schools. His current work emphasizes that it is possible to be true to one’s true self in the work world.
Alumni Caitlin Newcomber ’05 earned her BA in English and Philosophy from St. Mary’s College of Maryland and is a current MFA candidate in fiction at The Ohio State University. She recently received an honorable mention for the Academy of American Poets Award. She is currently working on a linked story collection of re-imagined fairy tales and her first collection of poems.
Yael Flusberg is a Washington, D.C.-based author and community activist who has been creating prose and poetry for the last ten years. Her creative work has been published in such journals as The Potomac Review, Lilith, and Gargoyle. In 1999, she co-founded Sol & Soul, a D.C.-based non-profit organization that seeks to bring together artists and community members in order to create, produce, and present artistic works with a social conscience.