Five faculty and five alumni of the College of Arts + Architecture (CoA+A) are recipients of 2019 Regional Artist Project Grants from the Arts & Science Council. Given annually, Regional Artist Project Grants provide funding to artists for professional development and technical assistance.
CoA+A faculty who received grants are:
Department of Music Associate Professor of Composition John Allemeier, who received $1000 to support the studio recording of his Clarinet Quartet;
Department of Art & Art History Associate Professor of Graphic Design Bobby Campbell, who received $1475 for the purchase a RISOGRAPH duplicator (color screen printer) and ink;
Department of Music Assistant Professor of Voice Carl DuPont, who received $1660 to attend an Alexander Technique Workshop offered by the specialists at Alexander Technique International in Malibu, California;
Department of Music Assistant Professor of Oboe Elizabeth Sullivan, who received $2000 to support the editing and mastering of a chamber music CD featuring the works of Thea Musgrave;
Department of Dance Assistant Professor Tamara Williams, who received $2000 to attend a dance intensive for professional development in Salvador, Brazil.
CoA+A alumni who received grants are:
Department of Dance alumna Audrey Baran, who received $2000 to support a choreographic mentorship for herself and her dance company, resulting in a formal performance in spring 2019;
Department of Art & Art History alumni Sharon Dowell and Kenny Nguyen, who each received $2000 to participate in a Vermont Studio Center Residency;
Department of Art & Art History alumna Lorraine Turi, who received $2000 to purchase a Canon EOS 5d Mark IV camera to expand photography work to include video;
Department of Art & Art History alumnus Carlos Vargas, who received $1900 to purchase a projector and video mapping software to create experimental public projections.