April 15-May 27, 2022
Reception: Friday April 15 | 5-8 PM
Cressman Center for Visual Arts
100 E Main St. Louisville, KY
The Hite Institute of Art and Design is thrilled to announce our 75th Anniversary Alumni Exhibition. On view April 15 through May 27, 2022, the exhibition features 36 Hite alum who graduated with a BFA, MA, or MFA and spans the graduating years of 1987-2021.
The alumni invited to participate in the exhibition were selected by Hite Faculty to represent each of the Hite’s Fine Art specializations, including painting, sculpture, glass, and photography as well as graphic design and printmaking. The exhibition highlights the successes of our former students many whom have gone on to become professional artists, educators, and designers while offering the community an opportunity to see how Hite graduates have succeeded in and contribute to the artistic dialogues of our region.
Gallery Hours: Wed-Fri. 11am-6pm; Saturday 11am-3pm
Artists participating in the Alumni Exhibition include: Sandra Charles, Tammy Burke, Bette Levy, Katlyn Brumfield, Sharon Scott, Michael Kellner, Sara Olshanksy, Mary Clore, Katherine Knudsen, Jackson Taylor, David Shiner, Katherine Watts, Aaron Raymer, Jesse Gibbs, Megan Bickel, Benjamin Cook, Courtland Mead, Morgan McGill, Irene Mudd, Claire McMahon, Jennifer Marvaillas, Dona Wong, Jelly Helm, Mike Slone, Nathan Feld, Laura Hartford, James Robert Southard, Gwendolyn Kelly, Deborah Levine, Arin Ashley, Jackson Hawkins, Whitney Olsen, SaraBeth Post, Mitch Noah, KCJ Swedzynski, Carolyn Spears and Elmer Lucille Allen.
Banner Images from left to right: Laura Hartford, Lacock Abbey, 2015, Archival inkjet print from calotype paper negative; Katlyn Brumfield, Funeral for Green, 2021, Birch tree, eggshells, quilting thread, antique buttons, coal dust; Carolyn Spears, Traces, 2020, cast glass, organic material, steel Brent Dedas, Ritual Geography, detail, (left side), 2020, Cyanotype on paper and Gwendolyn Kelly, Querent, 2010, Boot pellon, fabric, beads, buttons, mirrors, embroidery floss, mardi gras beads