Alumni News

Posted: June 27, 2012

"Animals of North America" print by Keiko Brodeur-Ward launched on The Land of Nod.

Photographer: Photo: The Land of Nod

Detail from "Shock Post", 2012, by Mathew Sheean and Malachi Ward.

Photographer: Photo: Malachi Ward

"Ritual#1: Real Life", 2012, by Malachi Ward. Detail from cover.

Photographer: Photo: Malachi Ward

Keiko Brodeur-Ward's (Art '05) limited edition prints launched on (here and here) and another set of prints were released on Crate and Barrel's kid site, The Land of Nod.

Travis Novak (Art '07) is in a group exhibition, Constructing Fantasy: Sculpture from Los Angeles at the Beacon Arts Building in Inglewood, CA. This show invites invites visitors to explore the semblance of a fairytale as they meander through the spaces created by sculpture placement throughout the exhibition. Travis was also recently in a panel discussion, "ZIGZAG: Diagonals Between Parallels", at Son of Semele Theater in Silverlake, CA.

Matthew Sheean (Art '06) and Malachi Ward's (Art '06) five page comic titled "Shock Post" was selected as part of the zine Prophet #24.

Malachi Ward's (Art '06) comic "Ritual #1: Real Life", published by Revival House, debuted at the Stumptown Comics Fest. Another of his short comics, "Oviraptor" was published in Study Group Magazine.

Andrea Rosselle's (MFA '10) review of Art and Disability: The Social and Political Struggles Facing Education by Alice J. Wexler, was published in the scholarly journal, Visual Inquiry: Learning and Teaching Art, Vol. 1 No. 2. Jump to page 168 for the review.

Tommy Matthews (Graphic Design '06) is a Graphic Designer for Ralph Appelbaum Associates in New York. His current project is the working on the building for the Canadian Museum for Human Rights in Winnipeg, Manitoba.

Amy Bailey (Art '08) is a manager at the famous luxury jeweler, Tiffany & Co.

Tristan Porter (Art '09) is part of a performing collective/band, Deeragon Attack!

Tom Monson (Art '06) is the Gallery Director at the art gallery and studio, PoetHouse in Bend, OR. PoetHouse serves as a co-operative gallery, teaching, gathering and studio space for artists and creatives who are interested in fostering a vibrant and nurturing community.

Note: This information is current for the 2017-18 academic year; however, all stated academic information is subject to change. Please refer to the current Academic Catalog for more information.