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We are thrilled to share ongoing news about the many wonderful achievements of our CVA School of Art Alumni! Are you an alumn as well? Follow the link below to share your news with us too!
February 3, 2022: Book cover illustration by 2021 Alumni Akilah Watts for “Kemosha of the Caribbean” written by Alex Wheatle. Pre-order now, book coming February 3, 2022.
March 5–28, 2021: 2020 Alumni Leslie Fandrich featured in No Whole Without the Part, opening March 5 at Womenswork.art in Poughkeepsie, NY, with a virtual artist talk on March 13th at 2pm. Details and registration for the artist talk here.
January 2021–April 4,2021: 2011 resident Mara Eagle featured in La machine qui enseignait des airs aux oiseaux, at Montreal Museum of Contemporary Art, Montreal, QC, Canada.
January 11–29: 2018 Alumni Margaret O’Keefe featured as part of the Junior Scholarship Exhibition at The Salmagundi Club in NYC.
December 5: two-person show “Merging Waters” featuring works by 2019 alumni Ashante Kindle and Khari Turner at The Red Arrow Gallery in Nashville, TN.
December 7–February 21: Leslie Fandrich, a 2020 resident, is one of six artists holding concurrent solo shows at The Ely Center of Contemporary Art in New Haven, CT.
Through November 1: Work by 2020 resident Katie Shulman featured in “Apposition” at Everyone Museum of Art. Syracuse, NY.
Through November 19: 2020 resident Jessi Li featured in group exhibition “The Planter Show” presented by Fort Makers. New York, NY.
Through November 20: 2020 resident Josie Del Castillo is a participant in group show “Between Two Worlds” at the University of Texas’ Visual Arts Center. Austin, TX.
2020 resident Jason Elizondo made Co-Director of virtual art space Please Don’t Come to This Show.
2020 resident Timothy Hyunsoo Lee is featured in article “5 Artists to Follow if You Like Yayoi Kusama” by Juliana Lopez on Artsy.
Through October 3: Exhibition “The Feminine Perception: Beauty and Nonsense” featuring works by 2020 resident Leslie Fandrich on view at the Rockland Center for the Arts, Nyack, NY.
May Maylisa Cat: 2020 Franklin Furnace Fund Grant Recipient
October 2–January 24: 2019 Alumni Kris Rumman, Lauren Fueyo, and 2020 Resident May Maylisa Cat will be exhibiting in Pittsburg Glass Center’s show “The United.” Pittsburg, PA.
October 4–November 1: May Maylisa Cat is one of 5 artists being showcased at the 2020 GLEAN Exhibition at Disjeta Contemporary Art Center. Portland, OR.
October 7–28: 2020 resident Padyn Humble to participate in group show “Reality Flex” at Paradice Palase in Brooklyn, NY.
October 13: 2020 alumna Makeba Rainey’s work featured on the cover of Audre Lorde’s “The Cancer Journals” book, published by Penguin Random House.
October 18: 2020 resident Amy Cousins to participate in panel “Queer Ephemera Et Cetera: Encounters in the Archive” for the Mid-America Print Council 2020 virtual Symposium. Kent State University, Kent, OH.
Through October 21: 2019 alumnus Khari Turner featured in virtual exhibition “Forget What You Know” co-curated with Kourosh Mahboubian via Whitehot Magazine.
October 23: 2020 alumnus Jonathan Adams invited to present a virtual Artist Lecture at the University of Tennessee – Chattanooga.
October 30–December 4: 2019 alumni Shannon Stovall and Michelle Girardello, and 2020 alumni Jason Elizondo, will be exhibiting work in “Works from Home” at ARTpartment NYC in Brooklyn, NY, co-curated by 2019 alumnus Zac Thompson.
Through October 31: works by 2020 resident Andrew Hendrixson featured in group show “Ritual, Hope, Desire” presented by James May Gallery via Artsy.