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Congratulations to the Fall 2016 Graduates:
BA in Art
- Megan Elizabeth Authement, BA in Art (concentration in photography), cum laude, Distinction in Art, Distinction as a University Scholar, Minor in Mass Communication
- Emily Chandler Beall, BA in Art (concentration in sculpture), Minor in Art History
- Kristen Elizabeth Easters, BA in Art (concentration in ceramics), Distinction in Art
- Kathryn Hunter Ferguson, BA in Art (concentration in drawing)
- Rachel Catherine Holt, BA in Art (concentration in painting)
- Erin Marie Hunt, BA in Art with a concentration painting) Distinction in Art
- Carli Nicole Nation, BA in Art (concentration in ceramics), Distinction in Art
- Sarah Sides, BA in Art (concentration in drawing), Minor in Art History
BA in Art History
- Erin Kathryn Dalton, BA in Art History, BA in Mass Communication, Distinction in Art History, Distinction in Mass Communication, Distinction as a University Research Scholar
- Chava Maeve Krivchenia, BA in Art History, Distinction as a University Research Scholar
- Dorothe Karin Santistevan, BA in Art History, magna cum laude Distinction in Art History, Distinction as a University Research Scholar
BFA in Art
- Max Albert Killion, BFA in Art (concentration in drawing), magna cum laude
- Distinction in Art
- Maxwell Reed Saunders, BFA in Art (concentration in ceramics), cum laude, Distinction as a University Research Scholar
- Kristin Morgan Sorensen, BFA in Art (concentration in drawing), Distinction in Art, Distinction as a University Research Scholar
Congratulations to Fall 2016 Undergraduate Research Scholars in Art and Art History (December 6, 2016):
- BFA (ceramics) Candidate Max Saunders: Artifacts and Entropy
- BA Art History Candidate Chava Krivchenia. Constructing Community: the Performance Art of Laurie Anderson
- BA Art History Candidate Dorothe Santistevan. Kardashian and the Interruption of the Male Gaze in the Historic Female Self-Portraits of the Countess de Castiglione
- BA Art History Candidate Lowell Sopcisak. Environmental Landscapes: The Role of Birds in the Works of Charles Francois Daubigny.
Congratulations to Chava Maeve Krivchenia, Fall 2016 BA Art History Candidate; she will be serving a year-long (Fall 1016-Spring 2017) internship at Black Mountain College Museum+Arts Center in downtown Asheville. A large variety of tasks including assisting with day-to-day museum functions, artwork organization, programs yet to unfold, as well as community and visitor outreach.
Chava spent Summer 2016 at Intuit Art Center for the Intuitive Arts, an outsider art museum in downtown Chicago.She served as an intern to the exhibition curator. Since Intuit is a small museum she was responsible for a lot of tasks outside of the internship, but in brief summary: she handled art, wrote loan agreements, helped take down and put up exhibitions, assisted with social justice initiatives, greeted and gave tours to visitors, assisted in grant writing, and condition reports. Amongst many other tasks.... What I enjoyed the most was having different obstacles and tasks to tackle every day. I learned so much from the internship and fully stand behind Intuit's social and artistic initiatives.
Sept. 19-30, 2016 – Photo exhibition: Ravaging the Past: Radicalism, Civil Wars, and the Destruction of World Heritage in the Middle East and Beyond – This exhibit, curated by UNC Asheville Lecturer in Art History Eva Bares and her students, will focus on the art and architecture that has been destroyed by radical groups throughout the Middle East, Central and South Asia, and Mali. This exhibition was on view in UNC Asheville’s Ramsey Library Foyer.