Student Accomplishments - Summer 2018

Carolina Alamilla and Devin Ratheal, MFA students, Raha Shojaei, a Fine Arts Doctoral Program student, and undergraduate BFA student Carly McMahon participated in the 12-day interdisciplinary Marfa Intensive collaboration with students in the School of Theatre & Dance in early August. Graduate students Alamilla, Ratheal, and Shojaei received Richard & Sybil Dickey Art Scholarships to participate in the class. They were joined by Clemson University art student Samantha Taylor and Art faculty Heather Warren-Crow and Cody Arnall guided the student team.

James Brown Harmonics

James B. Brown, MAE student and recipient of a Richard & Sybil Dickey Art Scholarship for summer studies, presented his thesis capstone exhibition entitled Harmonics in the School of Art Building South Gallery June 13-28.

Rachel Dunn, MFA candidate in jewelry design & metalsmithing, Helen Jones Foundation Art Talent Scholarship recipient, and Lora Plaster, senior in jewelry design & metalsmithing and recipient of the Mrs. Linda & Dr. John M. Filippone, Jr. - Medici Circle Art Scholarship, taught jewelry design and metalsmithing at Camp Fernwood in Maine over the summer.

Niloofar Gholamrezaei, Fine Arts - Art Doctoral program student and Richard & Sybil Dickey Art Scholarship recipient, presented Objects and Metaphors, an exhibition of her artist's studio practice during the last three years, in the Christine DeVitt Icehouse Gallery at LHUCA in July.