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  • Announcements

    We were saddened to learn of the passing of Randall O. "Randy" Young on April 12, 2018 after a long battle with cancer. Randy was hired in the NYS College of Ceramics in 1995 and worked in many areas before finally retiring as the Glass Furnace Technician in 2015. Randy was an avid hunter and conservationist and requested that any donations in his memory be directed to the Hornell Humane Society. A Celebration of his Life will be held at the Arkport American Legion Hall on Saturday, April 28 at 1:00 p.m.


    Posted by: guinan
    The final Women's and Gender Studies Roundtable of the year will be on Friday, April 27, from 12:20-1:10 p.m. in the Judson Leadership Center. The following graduating Women's and Gender Studies minors will be presenting their final projects: Genevieve Cromwell, Logan Gee, Liz Lingenfelter, Summer Markajani, Hanna Rinn, and Aliza Schweitzer. Please attend and support the work of these students. The WGST roundtables are free and open to the public. Light refreshments will be served.


    Posted by: gaffney
    AU faculty and staff, join us at The Community Table (second floor of Powell) on Friday, April 27 from 3:00 pm - 4:00 pm!

    Learn about our new space and mingle with AU Fresh staff!
    Refreshments will be available.



    Posted by: williamsmz
    This year's WGST Riley Lecture will be presented by the first female deaf president of Gallaudet University -- Roberta Cordano -- at 5:30 pm, Thursday, April 26, in Nevins Theatre, PCC. Gallaudet is the only university worldwide (based in D.C.) designed for deaf and hard-of-hearing students. President Cordano, who has a hearing wife and two children, will focus on what it takes to create a sense of belonging in a community that allows all members to learn and grow. Along the way, it will tackle questions such as how to build communities that embrace diversity, intersectionality and the many ways individuals self-identify themselves. The lecture is free and open to the public, and excellent food and conversation will follow.



    Link: https://www.npr.org/2017/01/21/508353362/gallaudet-president-navigates-from-world-of-hearing-to-sound-leadership-of-the-d

    Posted by: fgoodman

    -- Students and guests may park in any valid parking spot the day of the ceremony. Shuttles are running from several locations to assist you with getting to the area and returning to your vehicles. -- Guest seating opens at 8:30 am. Please arrive early to locate parking and be seated prior to the start of the ceremony at 10 am.
    -- Any person occupying a seat must present a ticket for admittance. There is no standing room area in the McLane Center for guests without tickets.
    -- For those without tickets, an overflow area will be available in Holmes Auditorium, Harder Hall, where a live streaming video of Commencement will play.
    -- A live stream video of Commencement will be available on the Alfred University website.
    -- Children under the age of 3 years old who will sit in a lap during the entire ceremony do not require a ticket. Please note, due to strict fire regulations, strollers and car seats may not be taken into the McLane Center.
    -- Guests with disabilities: seating on the floor (rather than bleachers) is available and guests may enter at the lower level of the McLane Center. We encourage you to make prior arrangements with Bonnie Dungan, Director of Summer and Parent Programs at dunganbj@alfred.edu or (607) 871-2612 should you require special arrangements.
    -- Cell phones and other electronic equipment should be turned off or muted.
    -- Due to fire regulations, guests are not permitted in the aisles during the ceremony at any time.
    Professional photographers will be taking photos of the graduates as they receive their diplomas and guests are asked to remain in their seats.


    Posted by: goetschius
    Friday, April 27, will be the last Women's and Gender Studies Roundtable for the semester, 12:20-1:10 p.m. in the Judson Leadership Center.

    Six graduating WGST minors will be presenting their final projects: Genevieve Cromwell, Logan Gee, Liz Lingenfelter, Summer Markajani, Hanna Rinn, and Aliza Schweitzer.

    Please come and support the students in our Women's and Gender Studies program!


    Posted by: mcfadden
  • Alfred Today

    The end of the fiscal year is fast approaching. The last day to submit a purchase requisition to Procurement Services is Friday, May 25.
    After this date we may still be able to process your request in the current fiscal year, but we are unable to guarantee that the order will be delivered and invoiced by June 30.

    Attached is a copy of the requisition form for your convenience.

    Please contact Procurement at procurement@alfred.edu or ext. 2698 for questions or concerns.

    Attachment: Requisition

    Submitted by: Cheryl Foster

    If you are planning to graduate or attend this year's Commencement Ceremony on Saturday, May 12, 2018. Be sure to review the Graduation Checklist web page for all the details.

    Submitted by: Tammy Jursza Williams


    -- Students and guests may park in any valid parking spot the day of the ceremony. Shuttles are running from several locations to assist you with getting to the area and returning to your vehicles. -- Guest seating opens at 8:30 am. Please arrive early to locate parking and be seated prior to the start of the ceremony at 10 am.
    -- Any person occupying a seat must present a ticket for admittance. There is no standing room area in the McLane Center for guests without tickets.
    -- For those without tickets, an overflow area will be available in Holmes Auditorium, Harder Hall, where a live streaming video of Commencement will play.
    -- A live stream video of Commencement will be available on the Alfred University website.
    -- Children under the age of 3 years old who will sit in a lap during the entire ceremony do not require a ticket. Please note, due to strict fire regulations, strollers and car seats may not be taken into the McLane Center.
    -- Guests with disabilities: seating on the floor (rather than bleachers) is available and guests may enter at the lower level of the McLane Center. We encourage you to make prior arrangements with Bonnie Dungan, Director of Summer and Parent Programs at dunganbj@alfred.edu or (607) 871-2612 should you require special arrangements.
    -- Cell phones and other electronic equipment should be turned off or muted.
    -- Due to fire regulations, guests are not permitted in the aisles during the ceremony at any time.
    Professional photographers will be taking photos of the graduates as they receive their diplomas and guests are asked to remain in their seats.

    Submitted by: Susan Goetschius

    Senior Week tickets are now on sale at the AU Bookstore (cash) or through cashnet (students accounts). Tickets are $50.00 for the week of events. Tickets are on sale through 4/30/18.

    Submitted by: Marcy Bradley

    Alfred University announces a new ticket policy for the upcoming 2018 Commencement Ceremony.

    Graduating students will each be allotted five tickets to the May 12, 10 a.m., ceremony. The policy is being implemented to help establish a safe and secure venue in compliance with fire and safety codes. In past years, admission to the ceremony in the McLane Center was on a first-come, first-served basis.

    Faculty and members of the 2018 graduating class will not need a ticket because they are part of the ceremony. Non-graduating students and University staff members will each be allotted one ticket.

    Tickets will be available April 16 through May 11. Graduates, staff and students can pick up their tickets in the Powell Campus Bookstore on the second floor of the Powell Campus Center. December graduates walking in the May Commencement Ceremony may request a hold on tickets by March 28.

    For questions regarding tickets for Commencement please contact Marcy Bradley in the Powell Campus Bookstore at BRADLEMK@alfred.edu or (607) 871-2350 or Meghan Dwyer in the Provost's Office at dwyer@alfred.edu or (607) 871-2137.




    Submitted by: Susan Goetschius

    National Walk@Lunch Day 2018 is Wednesday, April 25! Because National Walk@Lunch Day is designed to complement-not compete with-busy lifestyles, it provides the perfect opportunity to get up from your desk and get on your feet. Turn a normal working lunch into a walking lunch!

    The U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) recommends setting a goal of at least 30 minutes of physical activity per day. Created to improve personal health and decrease health care costs for both employers and employees, National Walk@Lunch Day can be the start of a new daily walking routine, improving health step by step.

    Participation is fun and easy. On Wednesday, April 25, local BlueCross and BlueShield companies and businesses large and small across the country will encourage employees to wear comfortable shoes and take a walk at lunch.

    Studies have found that regular walking, particularly at a brisk pace of 3 mph, can substantially reduce the risk of developing heart disease, stroke and diabetes. Additionally, simply performing 30 minutes of moderate physical activity at least five times a week has significant health benefits and can lower the risk of developing or dying from hypertension or type 2 diabetes, and improve the health of muscles, bones and joints.

    Join BlueCross BlueShield of Western New York on Wednesday, April 25, and help us walk toward a healthier America.

    Submitted by: Kayleigh Misner

    Friday, February 2 -Sunday, July 29, 2018

    Opening Reception: February 2, 6:00 pm - 9:00 pm

    Alfred Ceramic Art Museum

    CRISTINA CÓRDOVA: JUNGLA

    An exhibition of sculpture and drawings by Cristina Cordova. Cristina's figurative work has established her as one of the preeminent ceramic artists of her generation. Her work renders the figure as a mysterious, sensual force of compelling urgency. Her masterful use of the ceramic medium empowers her work with a mesmerizing, at times uncanny presence.

    Mysteries of Place

    In collaboration with the Institute of Electronic Media, School of Art and Design, Alfred University, has resulted in the magnificent exhibition Mysteries of Place: The Cahaba River Project, prints by Elisabeth Pellathy, Lee Somers and Scott Stephens. This collaboration lies at the core of the Museum's exhibition policy, which acknowledges works in all media. We are pleased to exhibit the work of these particular artists who have strong connections to Alfred University.


    Submitted by: SOAD Events

    Students: need a professional outfit for an interview, presentation, job site visit, induction ceremony, or other special event? Make an appointment to visit Cheryl's Closet at the Career Development Center! CDC staff will provide guidance in professional dress, and all the clothing and accessories are free for you to keep! Cheryl's Closet is overflowing with beautiful clothes, so come check out our inventory and add to your professional wardrobe.

    Cheryl's Closet aims to support all students of Alfred University, empowering them to project confidence and professionalism, by providing business attire free of charge. To ensure that students can make an outstanding first impression, Cheryl's Closet has a large selection of professional attire suited to a variety of styles, cultures, sizes, and gender expressions.

    Schedule your appointment today using Handshake: https://alfred.joinhandsh...

    Attachment: CDC student workers sporting their new outfits!

    Submitted by: Gabrielle Warren

    Saturday, May 5, 4:00 - 7:00 pm

    School of Art and Design, NYSCC@Alfred University

    Cost: Free and open to the public

    Sponsored by: School of Art and Design

    Please join us for the opening of the annual BFA Thesis Exhibtions, which showcase work by candidates for the Bachelor of Fine Arts degree from the School of Art and Design at the New York State College of Ceramics, Alfred University (AU). The exhibition will open at 4:00 pm - 7:00 pm on Saturday, May 5.

    Each graduating senior will open their exhibition in sites throughout campus: the McGee Pavilion, Harder Hall, Binns-Merrill Hall and the
    Cohen Studios (located at 55 N. Main St., Alfred). Maps showing the location of the exhibitions will be available in Harder Hall.

    The BFA Thesis Exhibtions, a requirement for graduation from the School of Art and Design, have become a major attraction for art lovers, who are drawn to Alfred for the opportunity to see and purchase work by some of the country's most promising young artists. Work on display represents a diverse number of mediums and genres, including ceramics, painting, sculpture, photography, printmaking, video, sonic arts, interactive media, graphic design, and drawing.

    Work will remain on display through Saturday, May 12th at 3 p.m.


    Submitted by: SOAD Events

    A TIAA consultant will be conducting one-on-one, 45-minute, individual retirement counseling sessions on Tuesday, May 8, and Wednesday, June 13, in the Human Resources Conference Room in Greene Hall. Let her help you make financial decisions that are right for you. To schedule an appointment, employees should call TIAA at 1.800.732.8353 and remain on the line for assistance; or register at www.TIAA.org/schedulenow.



    Submitted by: Kim Wyant

    A memorial service for Dr. Vicki Eaklor will be held Saturday, May 5th at 2 pm in Susan Howell Hall. Please join in remembering and honoring an esteemed faculty member, colleague and friend.

    Submitted by: Laurie McFadden

    The Employee Recognition Committee would like to announce Years of Service dates for the month of April 2018. The Committee will be observing years 1, 5, 10, 15, 20, 25, 30, 35, 40, 45, and 50.

    At Alfred University, we realize that our employees are our greatest asset, and we are delighted to honor your dedicated service and commitment to this organization. It is our employees who uphold our principles, demonstrate our vision of working for a better future for our University, deliver on our customer promise and make us the passionate organization we are today.

    The success of our organization is a direct result of your efforts and dedication. Your commitment to quality and personal and professional integrity is the differentiating factor that sets us apart from our competition.

    On behalf of Alfred University, it is with great pride and admiration that we congratulate you on this service anniversary milestone.

    Celebrating 1 Year of Service:
    April 3- Monica Morrison- Custodian- Maintenance
    April 9- Carole-Lynn French- Front Desk Clerk- The Saxon Inn
    April 10- Linda Houle- Secretary- University Relations
    April 13- Justin Faughnan- Housekeeper- Saxon Inn
    April 19- Grant Akiyama- Temporary Museum Attendant- Museum

    Celebrating 15 Years of Service:
    April 16- Emilie Carney- Assistant Dean- Inamori School of Engineering

    Submitted by: Kayleigh Misner

    Hey Alfred University! My name is Shannon and I am a licensed cosmetologist on campus! As an AU business student, I am doing a project where I am raising money for charity one haircut at a time! Female Haircuts- $12, Male Haircuts $10, Blowout and Style $10... and more! Contact me to schedule an appointment! Text (716) 930-7003, DM on Instagram @shakeupmakeupshan or email at beautyshan82944@gmail.com! 100% of the money raised will go to Cradle Beach Camp for children with disabilities!


    Submitted by: Shannon Mendola

    This is the seventh training in an 8 month series targeted at any AU employee who has supervisory roles in their department. This training can also be especially helpful for any staff who support the supervisors in their department.

    This training will encompass: review of employment laws that are applicable to Supervisors.

    Supervisors who may be new in their rolls or need a refresher are encouraged to come.

    This training will be held Tuesday, April 24 from 12:15 pm - 1:00 pm in the Kenyon/Allen Room. Please, feel free to bring your lunch, and learn with Human Resources.

    Submitted by: Kayleigh Misner

    Drop in any time to get help with Spanish 101, 102, or 201 assignments Monday- Thursday from 7:30 to 9:30 in the Perlman Hall computer lab (Language Lab).

    Submitted by: Rebecca Cetta

    This year's Wellness Center 5K Color Run/Walk aims to bring awareness and attention to Diabetes.

    The Move Your Feeties for Diabetes 5K Color Run/Walk is approximately 3.1 miles and will begin and end at the Alfred Village Bandstand. You will experience hills and inclines during the event. The route will be clearly marked and there will be water stations along the way.

    Prizes will be awarded to the first place runner and the first place walker.

    Entry Fee:
    $5.00 for students (K-college)
    $15.00 for community members

    Pre-register by April 11th to be guaranteed a T-shirt!




    Attachment: Flyer

    Submitted by: Amanda Khodorkovskaya

    Tuesday, April 24, 4:00-5:00pm

    Olin 302

    Cost: Free

    Sponsored by: Caitlin Brown's Business of Art: Professional Practices class and the Career Development Center

    John Wierzbicki, a Rochester-based lawyer and expert in contract and copyright law, will discuss what artists need to know about copyright. Learn how to protect your creative expression - bring your questions to this engaging and informative presentation!

    Submitted by: SOAD Events

    Art, Business, Taxes, and Life discussion with Matt & Rose Katz

    Thursday, April 26, 4:30 pm

    Alfred Ceramic Art Museum Seminar Room

    Cost: Free

    Sponsored by: Caitlin Brown's Business of Art: Professional Practices class and the Career Development Center

    Matthew Katz BFA '00 (in person) and Rose Katz BFA '03 (via Skype), the founders of Ceramic Materials Workshop, will explain how they handle taxes as working artists and business owners. They will also discuss starting and running their business.

    Submitted by: SOAD Events

    Help wanted for AU Equestrian Center Day Camp; Monday-Thursday, June 25-28 (8:00-4:30) also First Touch Camp Thursday-Saturday July 5-7 (8:00-11:30) If you enjoy working with young people (ages 7-12) and horses, please call Sue Weigman at (585) 403-2140 or email sweigman@stny.rr.com

    Submitted by: Karen Fry

    The University has many different types of individuals come to campus throughout the year. If the individual will be providing a service, speaking, performing, etc., travel related expenses should be included in the contract agreements that are processed through the VP Business & Finance office. If the individual is a candidate for employment he/she should pay travel related expenses directly and request reimbursement when they arrive, with receipt substantiation. University departments should not pre-pay travel costs with University One-Cards.

    Submitted by: Jodi Howe

    The University will hold its FIRST annual All Employee Recognition Reception Tuesday, May 8 from 2:00 pm - 4:00 p.m. in Ade Dining Hall.

    All employees are invited to attend this event where we honor those employees who have attained milestones in their service to the University and honor and say good-bye to those who have retired during the past year. We will also be announcing the award winners for the recipients of the following new awards: Cathy Johnson Service Award, Saxon Service Award, and the Bob Condrate Lifelong Learner Award. Light refreshments will be served.

    In order to assure that we have enough desserts prepared we ask that you advise us of your plans to attend by emailing Kayleigh Misner, HR Generalist and Employee Recognition Committee Chair at misner@alfred.edu no later than Wednesday, May 1, 2018. (If you already responded yes to the email sent on 4/17/18, there is no need to email again)

    Submitted by: Kayleigh Misner

    On April 25th at 11:30 am there will be a site specific dance choreographed by Mone Rodgers with collaboration with Heidi Boettcher and Joslin Pettingell. Located at the bench area near Scholes Library.

    Submitted by: Mone Rodgers

    Applying to grad schools? Need to write a personal statement? Come to the Seminar Room in Herrick Library at 12:20 pm on Wednesday, April 25 for a grad school application essay workshop hosted by the Writing Center. Free pizza will be provided. RSVP to ELT7@alfred.edu so we know how much pizza to order.

    Submitted by: Vicky Westacott

    Please join the Division of Modern Languages as we host a Multicultural Dinner at the Language House. Dinner will feature cuisine from a variety of different cultures around the world including Chinese, French, German, Latin American and Spanish.

    Tuesday, April 24
    5:30 pm - 7:00 pm
    AU Language House
    12 Park Street

    Everyone is Welcome!!

    Submitted by: Michele Gaffney

    April 28- May 1, 2018

    Opening: April 28, 7:00 pm - 9:00 pm

    Artist Talk: Monday April 30, 11:30am

    Fosdick-Nelson Gallery

    Cost: Free

    Sponsored by: Division of Ceramic Arts


    Submitted by: SOAD Events

    Navigating Contemporary Glass

    Tuesday, April 24, 5:30 pm

    Binns Merrill, Room C

    Cost: Free!

    Sponsored by: Sculpture/Dimensional Studies

    Susie J. Silbert was appointed Curator of Modern and Contemporary Glass at The Corning Mu-seum of Glass in 2016. Prior to joining the museum, she was an independent curator as well as a lecturer on the History of Glass at the Rhode Island School of Design. She holds an MA in Decorative Arts, Design History, and Material Culture from the Bard Graduate Center.

    A case study in Howard Becker's concept of "art worlds," contemporary glass today incorpo-rates several distinct constituencies operating in parallel. Blue chip artists with access to skilled craftspeople create elaborate objects that mine the material's history and the decorative arts to speak to broad audiences. Working in a mode that recalls early modern makers such as Ber-nard Palissy and Wenzel Jamnitzer, "glassy thinkers," use their artisanal knowledge of the prop-erties of the material and its composition as fertile territory for works that may, in the end, not even be composed of glass. Under the radar, but perhaps the most influential in culture at large, are marijuana pipe makers. Harnessing phenomenal technical skills to pop culture aesthetics, these "boro boys" (and women) circumvent traditional patronage systems by using Instagram and other social media platforms to reach an ever-growing collector base. This lecture surveys this varied landscape in light of the history of studio glass and the collections of The Corning Museum of Glass.

    Submitted by: SOAD Events

    Healthline Strong scholarship - four $5,000 awards - MAY 1, 2018 application deadline. Consider applying if you have demonstrated involvement in the advancement of rare and/or chronic disease(s), either through research, patient advocacy, raising awareness, or community building. Link to the Healthline website for further details.

    Submitted by: Catherine Schnurle

    Registration is still open for the Move Your Feeties for Diabetes 5K Color Run/Walk! We still have T-shirts available in many sizes and if you pre-register you can indicate what size shirt you want.

    The Move Your Feeties for Diabetes 5K Color Run/Walk takes place on Saturday, April 28th. Day of registration begins at 9:15 AM and the 5K starts at 10:00 AM.

    Entry Fee:
    $5.00 for students (K-college) and $15.00 for community members.
    Proceeds will go to Oak Orchard Health.

    To pre-register go to: https://commerce.cashnet....

    The Move Your Feeties for Diabetes Color Run is brought to you by the Wellness Center and AU Fresh.

    Submitted by: Amanda Khodorkovskaya

    April 25, 5pm

    Holmes Auditorium

    Cost: Free and open to the public

    Sponsored by: School of Art and Design Visiting Artists and Scholars Committee and the Division of Expanded Media

    Armando Milani is an internationally renowned designer who believes that designers have a responsibility to focus energy on alleviating human needs. He is a master of visual language, creating messages that transcend national and cultural boundaries. Milani's public lecture, Ethics and Emergency, will showcase his humanitarian design work and his humanitarian project: Ubuntu.


    Submitted by: SOAD Events

    Saturday, April 28 from 2:00 pm - 5:00 pm

    Cohen Barn and Harder Hall
    Foundations Studios

    Cost: Free

    Sponsored by: Division of Foundations

    End of the year Foundations exhibition, featuring the works of all the first year
    BFA students. Drawing, painting, ceramics, photography, sound, prints, books, oh my!


    Submitted by: SOAD Events

    April 28 - May 1, 2018

    Opening reception: Saturday, April 28 from 7:00 pm - 9:00 pm
    Gallery talk: Monday, April 30 at 4:30 pm

    Fosdick-Nelson Gallery

    Cost: Free

    Sponsored by: Sculpture & Dimensional Studies

    Marina Fridman MFA Thesis Exhibition

    Submitted by: SOAD Events

    Tuesday, April 24th, 5:30-7 p.m., AU Language House (Park St.)
    Come out & enjoy a delicious buffet of Spanish, German, French, & Latin American dishes!

    Submitted by: Erin Redmond

    This year's WGST Riley Lecture will be presented by the first female deaf president of Gallaudet University -- Roberta Cordano -- at 5:30 pm, Thursday, April 26, in Nevins Theatre, PCC. Gallaudet is the only university worldwide (based in D.C.) designed for deaf and hard-of-hearing students. President Cordano, who has a hearing wife and two children, will focus on what it takes to create a sense of belonging in a community that allows all members to learn and grow. Along the way, it will tackle questions such as how to build communities that embrace diversity, intersectionality and the many ways individuals self-identify themselves. The lecture is free and open to the public, and excellent food and conversation will follow.




    Submitted by: Robyn Goodman

    Students taking private lessons in voice, cello and piano will perform in recital on Saturday, April 28 at 3:00 pm in Howell Hall. The performers are the students of Boris Van Druff, Rebecca Weaver, Kurt Galvan, Luanne Crosby and Lisa Lantz. Please come and support these young musicians and join them for light refreshments following the recital.

    Submitted by: Luanne Crosby

    Thursday, April 26 at 5:00 pm

    Holmes Auditorium

    Cost:FREE

    Sponsored by:IEA and Expanded media

    Current International Randall Chair Alicia Candiani is an Argentine visual artist who works in expanded print/digital media and architectural interventions. She is the founder and director of Proyecto'ace, an artist in residence international program focused on expanded field printmaking practices and its interfaces with photography, design and digital media, which is located in her home city.

    Candiani has been invited as a guest professor, visiting artist, member of the international jury, curator and lecturer at numerous institutions over the world including the Library of Congress, Washington DC,

    the UNESCO and many universities in the United States as well as prestigious art institutions in China, Spain, Egypt, Check Republic, Germany, Sweden, Peru, Mexico, Ecuador, Cuba, Puerto Rico, Brazil, United Kingdom, Poland, China, Bulgaria, Canada, Portugal and Argentina. Her works are in public collections in Argentina, Europe, Latin America, China and Japan as well as in the Housatonic Museum of Art, Spencer Museum of Art / University of Kansas, Janet Turner Print Museum/University of California and William Benton Museum of Art/University of Connecticut in the United States. She has been awarded residencies in China, United States, Belgium, Canada and Serbia.

    Candiani's work involves embodied responses to historical and geo-political constraints endorsing issues relate with Latin America history and culture -such as the territory's conquest by the Spanish Crown, the Catholic norms and the military dictatorships bloody traces in society- as well as global concerns about migrations, identity and memory. For her presentation at Alfred University, she will talk about the strategies that she uses in her practice, which includes the production of the work, critical discourse, and collaborative art projects encompassing artists, students and communities around the world.


    Submitted by: SOAD Events

    Adele Henderson received her BFA from the University of Nebraska - Lincoln, and MFA from Arizona State University. She joined the University at Buffalo (State University of New York) Department of Art (now Visual Studies) in 1987, served as department chair from 1998-2004, and is currently the Director of Graduate Studies. Major awards include a National Endowment for the Arts Fellowship (Works on Paper); Constance Saltonstall Foundations for the Arts Fellowship (Printmaking); Artists Projects: New York State Regional Initiative grant; and residency fellowships at MacDowell, Yaddo, Brandywine, Roswell Museum and Art Center, and Open Studio (Toronto). Henderson's artwork has been exhibited in over 30 solo exhibitions across the US including the Hewlitt Gallery at Carnegie Mellon, Anchor Graphics, Colgate University, and the Print Center, Philadelphia, and in over 150 group exhibitions.


    Submitted by: SOAD Events

    Post an item that doesn't quite fit into the lost and found or buy and sell boards, like "for rent" and "yard sales".

    Submitted by: Judy Linza

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