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Alumni News – February 2023

Submitted on February 27, 2023 - 3:37pm

A variety of alumni news sourced from social media, newsletters, emails, RSS feeds, and more. You can send your news to

ArtsWa annouced Haiying Wu as the selected to design the statue of renowned Nisqually activist Billy Frank Jr. for the National Statuary Hall in Washington, D.C.

Nadia Jackinsky-Sethi, PhD is published in the Winter 2023 issue of First American Art Magazine.

4Culture honors Maria Frank Abrams by restoring one of her major public artworks titled The Four Seasons in honor of the 10th anniversary of her death.

Elizabeth Copland shows her ceramic vessels in Equipoise Lost at Shift Gallery through February 2023.  

Selected Artworks by Alden Mason showcasing at the Woodside Braseth Gallery. The Burpee Garden Series was showing from January 10 to February 9, 2023.

Sara M. Osebold joins two other artists for Essential City, a group exhibit at the 4Culture Gallery showing through February 2023.

Maya Kaminishi Jeffereis is awarded the 2023 AIM fellowship by The Bronx Museum and the SHIFT Residency at The Elizabeth Foundation for the Arts.

Bonderman Fellowship recipients for 2020-2021, Damien Ammatelli (2020) and Logan Windish (2021) begin their travels across continents in February.

Christie Tirado collaborated with Orr Wines to create the label for a new wine. The proceeds of the wine will support healthcare for vineyard workers.

George Rodriguez has a new public art piece at a new terminal in the Kansas City International Airport scheduled to open at the end of February.

Barbara Earl Thomas has a new exhibition The Illuminated Body at the Chrysler Museum of Art in Norfolk, Virginia showing from February 24 to August 20, 2023.

Anna Wager is the writer of Chapter 16 in the recently published book Collection Thinking: Within and Without Libraries, Archives and Museums .

Kayla Mohammadi is amongs the three artists included in From The Heart at the AVA Gallery and Art Center in Lebanon, New Hampshire.

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