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Ellie Ga, recent recipient of a Guggenheim Fellowship, will be in her hometown for the New York Film Festival and a screening of her film, “Quarries.”
Studio Art and International Studies double major Ben Paljor Chatag ’15 recently published “Curatorial Reflections on ‘Transforming Minds: Kyabje Gelek Rimpoche and Friends, Photographs by Allen Ginsberg 1989-1997’ in Yeshe: A Journal of Tibetan Literature, Arts and Humanities. “I was inspired to curate the show because Rimpoche was my grandfather,” Chatag said. “I thought it was important to show pictures of Rimpoche and people around him interested in transforming their minds and society through love and compassion, which is what we continue to need in today’s world.”
Margaret Roleke ’84, Studio art alum, is having a solo exhibition, “MARGARET ROLEKE: MARCH ON SOCIETY” from January 5 - February 5 at The CAMP Gallery (Contemporary Art Modern Project Gallery). The exhibit will feature cyanotypes, wall reliefs, and outdoor sculptures. The work will address issues of violence against women, gun violence, and related social issues.
Our Art majors and minors have been accepted to, are attending or completed the following post-graduate academic programs.