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Art moving forward

September 15, 2017

Grace Troxell '13 says her bond with Skidmore art professor Janet Sorensen "really moved my work forward." It also clarified and supported her post-Skidmore ambitions. She explains:


As a student Troxell used a SEE-Beyond grant for summer study at Kyoto's Kawashimi Textile School, and she spent a semester at Glasgow School of Art, where she returned after Skidmore to earn a postgrad certificate. She has served as artist-in-residence at guilds and colonies from Europe to Asia to the US and has exhibited her work at galleries from Troy, N.Y., to Omaha, Neb., to Sinaloa, Mexico. She is currently an artist-in-residence at the Massachusetts Museum of Contemporary Art. [her work and more]

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