Alumni: 2009

Nina Herzog (2009, 2016)

Born in Zagreb and fluent in Croatian, Nina Herzog (’09,'16) has an MFA in Writing from Sarah Lawrence College, a Master’s Degree in Urban Planning from...

Bhisham Bherwani (2009)

BHISHAM BHERWANI studied Fine Arts at New England College. He is also a graduate of New York University and Cornell University, and the recipient of...

Cecily Parks (2009)

Cecily Parks is the author of the chapbook Cold Work (Poetry Society of America, 2005) and the collection Field Folly Snow (University of Georgia Press,...

DeLana R.A. Dameron

DéLana R.A. Dameron’s first book of poems How God Ends Us (University of South Carolina Press, 2009) won the 2008 South Carolina Poetry Book Prize...

Bertha Rogers (2009)

Poet, translator and visual artist Bertha Rogers was named the first Poet Laureate of Delaware County, NY in 2005. Her poetry and critical reviews have...

James Hannaham (2009)

James Hannaham's stories have appeared in The Literary Review, Open City and Nerve, Significant Objects, and One Story. He has received fellowships from The MacDowell Colony,...

Lauren Alleyne (2009)

Lauren K. Alleyne hails from the twin-island nation of Trinidad and Tobago. She holds an M.F.A. in Poetry and a graduate certificate in Feminist, Gender,...

Angela Kelly (2009)

Originally from Belfast, N. Ireland, Angela Kelly came to the US from the UK originally to serve as a Visiting Artist at the School of...

Rose DeSiano (2009)

Rose DeSiano received her B.F.A from NYU-Tisch School of the Arts and her M.F.A from the Art Center College of Design, Los Angeles. She uses...

Kim Waale (1999, 2009)

Kim Waale is a Professor of art and the Director of the Studio Art Program at Cazenovia College. She holds a B.F.A from Moorhead State...

Rachael Wren (2009)

  "My current atmospheric geometric abstractions have their roots in a series of observational paintings of trees. As my interest in making the space in the...

Injoo Whang (2009)

"The labor-intensive and meditative process is employed to highlight and pay homage to individuals and everyday activities of life. In framing art-production as labor, the...

Samuel Nigro (2009)

"As a sculptor, I seek to understand stone – what it’s made of, how it came to be, who has used it and why I...

Cynthia Lin (2009)

"An almost unimaginably slow process of drawing transforms a speedily gained and often disregarded image into a meditative, expansive experience.  Microscopic observations accumulate and develop into...

Yeon Jin Kim (2009)

"My work makes room for the viewer as a participant in and interpreter of events, not simply as the passive recipient of completely formulated experiences....

Paul Farinacci (2009)

"Whether drawn from current events or personal reflections, my narratives question society’s standards for living by examining the educational, political and religious institutions that power...

Christine Elfman (2009)

"I take time to make things that time takes away. I bleed a flower to turn its substance into image, only for it to fade...