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Student & Alumni News

photo of Adam Mathieu and Katelyn Montagna in front of a green gradient background
Wednesday, September 19, 2018
Art Alumnus Adam Mathieu Co-founds Separate Checks Artist's Collective
USF studio art alumnus Adam Mathieu is the co-founder of a new Tampa artist collective called Separate Checks, a fifteen-member collective that brings together artists to collaborate, exchange ideas, and develop new audiences for their artwork.

two portraits of Theatre USF alumni: on the left, Kristen Zur, on the right, Stacey Davila
Friday, September 07, 2018
TheatreUSF Alumni Kristen Zur and Stacey Davila Make New Achievements in the Arts
Two TheatreUSF alumni are doing great things since graduating — Kristen Zur completed a master's degree program at Coventry University in England, while Stacey Davila now works as costume supervisor for Ballet Hispánico in New York City.

Dancer Emily Hansel rehearses for a performance
Tuesday, August 28, 2018
Dance Alumna Emily Hansel Reveals Her Life as a Dancer in the San Francisco Chronicle
Dance alumna Emily Hansel shows her life as a professional dancer and arts administrator living in San Francisco in an article by the San Francisco Chronicle.

College of The Arts News

exhibition view of People I Met
Friday, September 14, 2018
USF Contemporary Art Museum Exhibition Shows the Results of Conflict
The exhibition Miki Kratsman: People I Met, curated by USF Contemporary Art Museum curator-at-large Christian Viveros-Fauné, is on view now at the Contemporary Art Museum. The exhibition is supported by a grant by the arts organization Artis.

photo of A CENTURY OF DISSENT at any earlier rendition at East Harlem Gallery
Tuesday, September 11, 2018
Jason Lazarus Recreates Historic Protest Signs with the People of Miami
USF Assistant Professor of Art Jason Lazarus collaborates with the public to recreate historic protest signs in A CENTURY OF DISSENT: MIAMI! — a growing public archive and workshop series hosted by arts organization Manna Contemporary Miami.

studio headshot of Sue Havens
Friday, September 07, 2018
Sue Havens Exhibits Her Largest Painting in New York, Interviews with Fields Magazine
Sue Havens, assistant professor of painting and drawing at USF, exhibits her painting Brick and Mortar: MASSIVE at New York City's Knockdown Center through December 23. A summer article by fields magazine features Havens for a discussion of her artwork.