Alumni News

Posted: November 15, 2013

Evan Trine (Art '13) was accepted as a MFA student at Claremont Graduate University.

Timothy Miller (MFA '13) had a solo exhibition, Tim Miller: Cracked, at Denler Gallery, University of Northwestern at St. Paul, St. Paul, MN.
The reception will include a live performance/lecture by the artist, entitled Known Aggressor. Central to the performance, and the exhibition on the whole, is the motif of an egg. The work taps in to a range of allusive properties eggs can carry, from the mundane to the metaphor...ic, the weighty and the absurd.
Malachi Ward (Art '06) is showing new works in a solo exhibition, Glass Optimizer: New Paintings by Malachi Ward at Mission: Comics and Art in San Francisco, CA. in October 2013.
Matthew Sheean (MFA '13, Art '06) is having an art show, Martian Hangovers: An Exhibition of Assorted Drawings and Prints at The Secret Headquarters, Los Angeles, CA this November 2013. He is also included in the upcoming Time Capsule, Issue no. 2, a Sci-Fi comics anthology.
Susan Gibbons (MFA '09) was selected for the International Encaustic Artists Juried Exhibition, FUSION. The exhibition is at Eggman & Walrus Gallery, Santa Fe, NM. The show runs in conjunction with the EncaustiCon 2013 Conference.
Michael Eaton (MFA '11) is an Adjunct Professor in the Department of Radio, Television, and Film, California State University Fullerton; and an Adjunct Professor in the Dodge College of Film and Media Arts, Chapman University. He is also the Founder and Chief Creative Officer of 5 Palms, Inc., a full service production company where he is the producer, writer, director, cinematographer and editor of documentaries, commercials, promotional media, music videos and new media. Most recently, his TV involvement was in the 2013 Golden Globes Awards.
Jonathan Marrs (Art '03) along with Joshua Ferdaszewski, co-directed and co-wrote a short film, Unlimited, that premiered at the Eugene International Film Festival 2013 in Eugene, OR. The film centers on a man who, after years of feeling limited by his disability, explores what adventure means to him and his wife when he has the chance to experience kayaking and cross-country skiing.
The film won them an Excellence in Filmmaking Award in the category of "Best Documentary Short Short".

Paul Hoppe (Graphic Design '06) was hired at Local Projects in New York, NY. Local Projects is a media design firm for museums and public spaces. They create a diverse range of installations from large environmental interactives, websites, and mobile applications.

Barbara Hale (MFA '12) is an Adjunct Professor of Art at Metropolitan State College of Denver, CO.

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.