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UW–Madison Art Department Alumni Newsletter 

Spring 2012 Edition has just arrived!

To acquire a copy, please email Jeri Krohn.

 

Ronald Trent Anderson - BS and MFA

He recently retired as an art educator, following a 38-year teaching career, which included schools and colleges in Illinois, Nova Scotia and Massachusetts. In 1998 Anderson was one of just six art educators nationwide to receive the Marie Walsh Sharpe Fellowship from the National Art Education Association. The following year he was named Massachusetts Art Educator of The Year. In 2001 he was recipient of a School Of Education Alumni Achievement Award from the University of Wisconsin - Madison.

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For more information, visit Ronald Trent Anderson's website.


 

Nancy Manter - MFA

Exhibiting her works from Water Prayers at Kentler International Drawing Space in Brooklyn, NY accompanied by an essay by Stephen Maine.  Exhibition runs from February 15 thgouh March 31, with an artists' talk on March 10 at 4 p.m.

image of work by Nancy Manter

Visit the Kentler International Drawing Space website for more information.


 

Barbara Sorenson - BS in Art education 1969

Exhibiting her works at the Racine Art Museum alongside another Racine born and internationally known artist,  Karen Gunderson.  Exhibition dates are February 3 though April 14, 2013 with a reception on March 22 from 6 until 8 p.m.  

View Work by Barbara Sorenson

Visit the Racine Art Museum website for more information.


 

Tyanna buie - mfa 2010

First African American Woman to win a Mary L. Nohl Fellowship

Painting by Tyanna Buie

Tyanna Buie, a painter and the first African American woman to win a Nohl, explores the impermanence of her childhood in the Illinois Department Foster Care System in her work. Through a journalistic gathering of information and materials, Buie looks at how her own narrative has been the product of piecing together, discarding and concealing over time, of packing and unpacking. This translates to vacancies, erasure-like passages, in Buie’s beautiful painting.

For more information visit Art City's Entertainment blog


 

Three UW ALumnis receive Beyond Printmaking iii awards  

Chinn Wang - MFA Art, 2011, MA Art, 2010
Chanel Matsunami Govreau - BFA, 2011
Dusty Herbig - MFA Art, 2002

Landmark Arts at the Texas Tech University School of Art is pleased to announce the winners of Beyond Printmaking III:2012 National Juried Exhibition.

For more information visit Texas Tech School of Art.


 

Sam Wirch - bs, art, 2012

Wirch has been hired as a Technical Specialist for LucasFilm working in the Studio Talent Group. Sam graduated this past December with a double major in Computer Science and Art.

Sam Wirch Artwork

For more information visit LucasFilms.



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