Bianca Jarvis '15, Printmaking, is an MFA candidate at the Minneapolis College of Art and Design (MCAD), ‘14 cargocollective.com/biancajarvis
Jonathan Steele '14, Ceramics, is an MFA candidate at Oregon College of Art and Design, ‘13. jonathanbsteele.com
Haley Andres '14, Painting, was a 2014-15 Watson Fellow. Her project, Art as Therapy: A Cross-Cultural Exploration of Art-Based Trauma Recovery brought her to six countries on four continents. ‘13
Alex Keyes ’10, Sculpture, is now the Resident Artist at the University of Texas El Paso. alexanderkeyes.com
Erin Wheary '13, Sculpture/Printmaking, will be attending the MFA program at University of MA, Dartmouth for sculpture. erinmonetwheary.com
Kendra Iringan ‘10, Painting, plans on entering the Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts Post-baccalaureate program Fall 2015.
Ariel Sholten ’10, Painting, was accepted into and plans to attend the University of Washington’s Master of Architecture Program.
Aaron Badham '11, Sculpture, was awarded the prestigious International Sculpture Outstanding Student Achievement in Contemporary Sculpture Award in June 2014. His work will be featured in the October 2014 issue of Sculpture magazine and on the International Sculpture Center website.
Alison Grimm ’12, Sculpture, was accepted into the graduate sculpture program at Wayne State University in Detroit. She was awarded a Graduate Teaching Assistantship by the university so she will be assisting a professor with a sculpture class this semester and teaching her own class in Spring 2015.
Aaron Badham ’11, Sculpture, received is MFA in Sculpture from the University of Massachusetts Dartmouth.
Alex Keyes ’10, Sculpture, received his MFA in Sculpture from the University of Oregon.
Priscilla Dobler ’09, Painting, received her MFA in Sculpture from SUNY New Paltz.
Julia Blitch ’08, Sculpture, received her MFA in Sculpture from the University of New Mexico.
Whitney Hanlon ’08, Sculpture, received her MFA in Sculpture from the Claremont Graduate University.
Daniel Mitchell ’05, Sculpture, received his MFA in Sculpture from SUNY New Paltz.
Sarah Koik '07, is the founder and a board member of an artist residency program in Mendocino County, California called Project 387.
Ben Sample '13, was awarded the 11th Annual Library Senior Art Award for his sculpture work titled "Progress". This piece will be displayed in the Collins Memorial Library on the UPS campus for one year.
Eden Ferry '11, is attending graduate school at the University of California - Berkeley. She is enrolled in the Landscape Architecture program.
Alison Grimm '12, Sculpture, will exhibit her work in a juried show at the Mid-America College Art Association's biennial conference in Detroit, Michigan. The exhibit will run August 3 - October 6, 2012 and will take place at Wayne State University's Elaine L. Jacob Gallery.
Dan Hodges '07, Sculpture, was accepted into the MFA Applied Craft & Design Program at the Oregon College of Art and Craft.
Jenni Denekas was accepted into the MFA in Applied Craft and Design Program at the Pacific Northwest College of Art in Portland, Oregon.
Recent graduate Coree Affleck ‘ 05 has been accepted into the graduate program at the University of Delaware with a full scholarship and stipend.
Aaron Badham '11, Sculpture, was one of sixteen of the best up-and-coming artists selected from hundreds of applications who have been invited to showcase and sell their cutting-edge work, in the exhibition UNTAPPED Emerging Artists Competition, in Toronto, Canada, March 1-4, 2012.
Kelby Schweitzer '12 is an intern at the Tacoma Art Museum and department alums Lauren Faulkner and Peter Reilly both work in the curatorial department at the museum.
Alex Keyes '10 had a sculpture displayed on Tollefson Plaza in downtown Tacoma during the summer of 2010.
Alex Keyes '10 was awarded the prestigious International Sculpture Center’s Outstanding Student Achievement in Contemporary Sculpture Award for 2010. The International Sculpture Center (ISC) established the annual “Outstanding Student Achievement in Contemporary Sculpture Award” program in 1994 to recognize young sculptors and to encourage their continued commitment to the field. It was also designed to draw attention to the sculpture programs of the participating universities, colleges and art schools. The award program’s growing publicity resulted in a record number of participating institutions; including over 176 universities, colleges and art school sculpture programs from sixteen countries for a nominated total of 445 students. A distinguished panel made up of artist and educator Creighton Michael, curator Rocio Aranda-Alvarado, and artist Oliver Herring selected twenty winners and fifteen honorable mentions through a competitive viewing process of the works submitted. The selection of the winners from a large pool of applicants, including international students, is a great accomplishment and testament to the artistic promise of the students’ work. The twenty award recipients participated in the Grounds For Sculpture’s Fall/Winter Exhibition, which was on view from October 10, 2010-January 2, 2011 in Hamilton, New Jersey, adjacent to the ISC headquarters. The artist’s work was included in Grounds For Sculpture’s 2010 Fall/Winter Exhibitions Catalogue and featured in the October 2010 issue of the International Sculpture Center’s award winning publication, Sculpture magazine as well as on the ISC award winning website at www.sculpture.org.