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  • Paisley Blair, Mother Pearl, Oil and holographic vinyl on panel, 21 x 21”, 2021.
    B.F.A. and B.A. Senior Art Exhibitions

    Paisley Blair, Ila Dannelley, Jack Doloszycki, Olivia Gray, Lily Loose, Mattie Mint | March 22–27, 2022

  • Hattie Fischer, Left Ear, Oil and concrete on linen, 34" x 18", 2021
    B.F.A. and B.A. Senior Art Exhibitions

    Hattie Fischer, Maylin Sanchez, Hanna Sanderson, and Laila Saqer | March 2 – 6, 2022

  • Patti Warashina, Gossipmongers, Low fire clay, underglaze, glaze, mixed media, 49" x 84" x 84", 2010
    Plush

    January 18–February 20, 2022

  • Jake Pawelek, SREWOLF TSOHG, Mixed media on industrial wrap, 115” x 180”, 2019
    Seeking Form: Alumni Art Exhibit

    September 21 – October 31, 2021

  • James Venhaus '91 faces the camera in front of outdoor scenery. He is wearing a striped shirt and glasses.
    The Tale of a Playwright

    James Venhaus ’91 details his story as a published playwright and fine arts educator, sharing wisdom based on his real-world experiences with the theatre industry for the benefit of current and future Southwestern theatre students.

  • Jasmine Thomas '12 is depicted teaching. She is wearing a black shirt with a name tag, golden earrings, and glasses. Behind her is a yellow shelf with a globe sitting on top of it.
    Theatre in the Classroom

    Jasmine Renee Thomas ’12 shares her past experiences as a Southwestern theatre student and how they set the stage for her personal and professional development as an educator.

  • Mauro Garcia ’18, in a white lab coat, injects a series of test tubes in a laboratory.
    Singer, Scientist, and Exceptional Scholar

    Chemist and countertenor Mauro Garcia ’18 will be pursuing a doctorate in pharmacology and molecular sciences at The Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine on a full-ride scholarship.

  • A socially distanced outdoor theatre performance.
    That Fine Arts Finesse

    Making art in unprecedented times requires creative adaptation.

  • Brielle Read ’20 in Desierto De Atacama, Chile
    A World Traveler

    Fulbright Scholar Brielle Read ’20 has been traveling the world and making a difference since the tender age of 14.

  • Sarah Friday ’20 and Lord Chair and Professor of Mathematics and Computer Science Fumiko Futamura in SCOPE 2019
    Generating Art

    Sarah Friday ’20 has published original research on art generated by artificial intelligence while double majoring in the seemingly disparate fields of art and computer science.