ALUMNI NOTES 1990S
Donna Quinn '90 participated in Old Enough To Know Better, an exhibition of women artists juried by Eileen Neff & Diane Burko and sponsored by the Philadelphia chapter of the Women's Caucus for Art. The exhibition was held at the Crane Building in November 2015.
Kate Leigh Cutler '91 exhibited her collection, Forgotten Coastline: NJ Maritime Paintings, at the Toms River branch of the Ocean County Library, NJ.
Ali Basye '92 was promoted to Director of the School of Fashion at The Art Institute of Seattle. She also accepted an invitation to join the Art Advisory Group for the King County Children's and Family Justice Center.
Dee Hauser Collins '93 exhibited with the Printmakers Society of Lehigh Valley at the Nazareth Center for the Arts in July 2015 and is also participating in Greeting From A Distant Land 2015 international print exchange sponsored by the Sketchbook Project in Brooklyn New York, August 2015.
Erin Edicott Sheldon '93 was featured in the Philadelphia Art Alliance Exhibition, HomeWorkWinter, guest curated by Alex Stadler, featuring the work of Asimina Chremos and Erin Endicott. Both fiber-based artists, both Chremos and Endicott will present their most recent bodies of work, demonstrating their specialized mastery of techniques used in crochet and embroidery, respectively.
Kristin Osgood Lamelas '94 '11 participated in Old Enough To Know Better, an exhibition of women artists juried by Eileen Neff & Diane Burko and sponsored by the Philadelphia chapter of the Women's Caucus for Art. The exhibition was held at the Crane Building in November 2015.
Lorraine Sporer Cahill '95 sold new hand-painted silk scarves and wearable art, at The Outsider Art Gallery in Frenchtown, to benefit Trenton A-Team Soup Kitchen.
Karen Schwoerer Chigounis '95 became the Executive Director of the Perkins Center for the Arts, a non-profit community arts education organization with facilities in Moorestown and Collingswood, PA.
Christina Fetten '95 teaches free yoga classes to veterans through the Sunrise Yoga Project of the Southern Tier and the Wounded Warrior Project.
Nirmal Raja '97 had a solo exhibition, Transience: Time Based and Ephemeral Work, at the Alfons Gallery in Milwaukee.
Ann Canfield '99 exhibited at the Fleisher Art Memorial in the show, Wind Challenge 1. Ann was also featured in the show, Small Works: More or Less, at the Nancy Margolis Gallery in New York City.