Archive for the ‘Alumni Fine Art’ Category

Quinn Dukes

Posted on: June 10th, 2014 by Admissions

Within weeks of her final BFA critique, Quinn moved to New York City, determined to continue her development as a multidisciplinary performance artist. In the past six years, her work has been performed throughout New York as well as in Seattle, Boston, and in art fairs at Miami Art Basel and the New York Armory. Currently she is curator of the dB visual artist series in Dungeon Beach/Brooklyn, and is Assistant Director of Admissions at the School of Visual Art, where she is also pursuing an MFA in Art Practice.

John Henley

Posted on: June 10th, 2014 by Admissions

John Henley is a member of A.S.A.I. (American Society of Architectural Illustrators) and works at a Nashville architecture firm Earl Swensson Associates, Inc., in the visual/creative department, providing and creating renderings, concepts, illustrations, plans, elevations, models, perspectives, and animations for local and national projects. During an internship in 2010, he received his first publication in Architectural Record from an honorable mention in a sketch contest: “Since then it hasn’t really stopped. I stay busy all the time now.”

Shaun Slifer

Posted on: February 9th, 2014 by Steve Wilkison

Shaun, who now lives and works in Pittsburgh,  has been working as a professional artist as well as an exhibitions designer and technician.  He is a member of the artists cooperative JustSeeds, a decentralized network of 24 artists committed to making print and design work that reflects a radical social, environmental, and political stance. He also travels and gives workshops on behalf of his artists cooperative at universities across the country.