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Alumni eNews is published monthly to share the artistic accomplishments, awards and exhibitions, and personal milestones of PAFA graduates.

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May 2016 Alumni Listings

Njideka Akunyili Crosby and Barkley L. Hendricks exhibited works at the Armory Show described by Artnet as "moments to savor ... for which it is worth making the trip."

Jennifer Baker's (Cert. '78) Portraits of People on the Move, an exhibit of stories and photographs of Philadelphia area immigrants, will be presented May 14-15 at
La MaMa Experimental Theater Club.

Joanne Bosack (MFA '04) had her painting "Under The Surface" accepted into The 153rd Annual Exhibition of Small Oil Paintings at The Philadelphia Sketch Club.

Jerri Castillo (Post-Bacc. '08) has a solo exhibition, A Sense of Place, at Medgar Evers College AB-1 Building exhibition space. Opening reception May 4, 5-7pm. On view till October 1.

Alice Ray Cathrall (Cert. '06) has had two wave-themed oil paintings in her Joaquin Series 2015 accepted into the Wilmington Art Association's Juried show.

Rosemarie Chiarlone (Cert. '71) has an exhibition entitled Obstruction at The Center for Book Arts through June 15. Her work is also on view through the summer in the Self Proliferation exhibition at Girls' Club Collection in Fort Lauderdale, Florida.

Fred Danziger (Cert. '70) has a 60-work retrospective, The Light in Nature and Time, on view at the Southern Alleghenies Museum of Art through June 11.

Jeff Dentz (Cert. '05) has prints on view in an exhibition, NO PLACE, at Frame Works Studio & Gallery in Philadelphia through May 31.

William Newport Goodell is the subject of a posthumous retrospective celebrating his life and work at La Jolla Historical Society through May 22.

Timmy Graham has work on view in Some Abstraction Required, on view through June 12 at Spartanburg Art Museum in South Carolina.

Al Gury's book, Color For Painters, has been translated into Korean as part of licensing in the Far East.

Nava Lundy's (Cert. '05) latest paintings will be on exhibition in May at Studio E Gallery in Palm Beach Gardens, Florida.

Mike Manley has been chosen by King Features as the new artist for the classic comic The Phantom.

Heather McMordie (Cert. '12) has been awarded an artist residency at the Sitka Center for Art & Ecology in Otis, Oregon for spring 2016, and was chosen to participate in Art in the Open, a weekend of art-making on the banks of the Schuylkill River, May 13 - 15.

Judith Barbour Osborne (MFA '97) has work in Text Messages, an exhibition at Spectrum Gallery in Centerbrook, Connecticut through May 15.

Sara Sanderson (MFA '10) is exhibiting new paintings in a solo show at the Rembrandt Yard Gallery in Boulder, Colorado. The shows runs July 11 - September 26.

Peter Schnore (Cert.) was awarded the Alden Bryan Memorial Medal for traditional landscape the 102nd annual exhibition of Allied Artists of America, held at the Salmagundi Club.

William Simon (BFA '14) has a pastel accepted into the 93rd juried Erie Museum Spring Show, on view until July 17.

Karen Steen (MFA '07) has a solo exhibition, Systems in Nature, at the Cottonwood Center for the Arts in Colorado Springs through May 26.

Tiffany Tate (MFA '14) has an exhibition of work in the 38th Annual Wind Challenge Exhibition: Challenge 3 at Fleisher Art Memorial, on view through May 13.

Ana Vizcarra Rankin (MFA '12) will be curating FALOLO 4EVER, an exhibition that explores the queer experience from the perspective of Latin American artists living in South and North America. Opening reception May 27, 6-9pm at Little Berlin.

Deborah Wenner Dendler (Cert. '77) has relief sculptures and oil paintings on view in Illuminations, at Massachusetts General Hospital through July 1.

Douglas Witmer (MFA '01) has a solo exhibition, Verse and Chorus, on view through May 14 at Gray Contemporary in Houston.


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