Current Students News
Ally Favory, Studio Art 2013
Ally Favory has been selected as this year's Boseman Scholarship winner by the faculty of the Department of Art & Art History. Her scholarship exhibition is the only solo student exhibition hosted annually at the Boseman Gallery student. The exhibit opens November 7, 2013. Click here to see a video interview with Ally.
Bethany Guertin, Studio Art 2008, Art History 2010
Bethany Guertin, currently a second-year masters student in the UNCW Public History Program, is featured on the UNCW Department of History's website in an article highlighting her thesis research in Cambodia. Click here to read the article.
Elizabeth McAdams, Studio Art 2012
Elizabeth McAdams received an assistantship to assist Nicholas M. Raynolds in the painting studio at Penland School of Crafts.
Meredith Connolly, Studio Art 2011
Meredith Connolly has accepted a position in membership sales/guest services at the Mint Museum, Charlotte, NC.
Cody Justus, Studio Art 2011
Cody Justus is working towards an MFA at SMFA/Tufts in Boston.
Megan Piorko, Studio & Art History 2011
Megan Piorko is currently enrolled in the MA program in Art History at Georgia State University with a graduate assistantship.
Randy Sellers, Studio & Art History 2011
Randy Sellers is studying classical drawing and painting for a second year at the Angel Academy in Florence, Italy.
Joshua Phillipe, Studio Art 2010
Joshua Phillipe is working as a Creative Associate at Brandadvisors in San Francisco.
Chason Huggins, Studio Art 2010
Chason Huggins is working on an MFA in Painting at the San Francisco Art Institute.
Amanda Summerlin, Art History 2010
Amanda Summerlin completed the Intern and Docent program at the Smithsonian's National Portrait Gallery and is now working on the National Geographic's Save the Archive project. She also serves as the Weekend Coordinator for the Montgomery County Historical Society in Rockville, MD.
Mallory Nanny, Art History 2010
Mallory Nanny received her M.A. in Art History from the University of Richmond in London. She is currently teaching as an adjunct professor at Stanly County Community College.
Stephanie Hagens, Studio Art 2007
Stephanie Hagens is currently set costumer for the NBC series, "Revolution". During the summer 2012 she worked on costumes for the feature film, "Iron Man 3".