Description: This exhibition is composed of fifty-four alumni who received arts degrees from either a BA in Fine Arts, BFA In Studio Arts, BFA in Communication Arts and Design, BFA in Interior Architecture, MA in Studio Arts or MAT at the University of Louisville since 2000. They are currently working as artists, arts educators, designers, illustrators, curators, gallery directors and arts activists. They also may be running their own business and/or continuing their education (two are currently in PhD programs). Of the alumni in “Making it: Now”, twenty-seven have gone on to earn higher degrees at other institutions including Tyler School of Art, Yale University, Cranbrook Academy of Art, Virginia Commonwealth University, New York Academy of Art, Carnegie Mellon University, New York University, Rhode Island School of Art, University of Pennsylvania, Pratt, University of Cincinnati and University of Wisconsin-Madison. Some have stayed in Louisville or this region while others have moved to New York, Brooklyn, Philadelphia, San Francisco and all points between.
Description: "Madalena Schwartz and Documentary Photography in Brazil" by David William Foster (Ph.D., University of Washington, 1964). Dr. Foster is Regents
Professor of Spanish and Women and Gender Studies at Arizona State
University. His research interests focus on urban culture in Latin America,
with emphasis on issues of gender construction and sexual identity. He
has written extensively on Argentine narrative and theater, and has held
Fulbright teaching appointments in Argentina, Brazil, and Uruguay.