Senior Thesis Exhibition
May 9 - May 17, 2003
Tang Teaching Museum
The Department of Art and Art History at Skidmore College, announces the Skidmore
College Studio Art Majors' Senior Thesis Exhibition. The show runs from May 9 through
May 17, 2003. An Opening Reception will take place on Friday, May 9th, from 6pm until
8pm. The exhibition and reception are FREE and open to the public. Tang Museum hours
are Tuesday through Friday 10am until 5pm and Saturday and Sunday 12 noon until 5pm
Fifty-four Senior Studio Art Majors will be displaying their work as a capstone to their studies at Skidmore College. The Department provides courses in nine studio art disciplines, all of which will be included in the exhibition: ceramics, communication design, drawing, fibers, metalsmithing, jewelry, painting, photography, printmaking, and sculpture.
Students whose work will be exhibited are as follows: Molly K. Aaker, Lauren A. Adolfsen, Judith L. Barr, Devin F. Bell, Rachael J. Brouillette, Daniel I. Byers, Rebecca L. Cavanaugh, Owen R. Clements, Richard D. Collins, Ian T. Craig, Adam M. Daily, Lauren L. DeLong, Matthew F. Enderlin, Rosemarie A. Garschina, Martha Gold, Miles D. Halpern, Laura A. Herman, Marta L. Herter, Stephanie L. Howell, Megan D. Hurst, Nicholas H. Jones, Dana Keiner, Rachel L. Kohn, Erika Kondo, Karlene M. Kunigiel, Ruth M. Landy, Sarah Lerman, Elizabeth W. Low, Sarah J. Lutenski, Audrey L. Mangini, Marissa E. Mastrangelo, Joanna B. Nagy, Eliza Naranjo-Morse, Amanda M. Newman, Sarah A. Nohe, John T. O'Hara, Sarah C. Olson, David A. Rankowitz, Beth S. Rosenfeld, Colleen M. Rudolf, Rachel I. Shuman, Jason P. Smith, Kathy I. Spiegel, Kirsten E. Steglich, Emily Tanen, Amy E. Theriault, Akira N. Thompson, Rebecca L. von Behren, Alexandra K. Weigel, Amy E. Wenzel, Maya J. Whitner, Emily A. Winner, Michaelene D. Wisenski, and Dorothy C. Zarren.