Lillian Kezerian '53, now retired, is enjoying being a docent at the Wadsworth Athenium in Hartford.
Dorina Evans '65, professor of Art History at Emory University in Atlanta, GA, has written, The Genius of Gilbert Stuart (Princeton University Press, 1999). Dorinda combines a wealth of original insights with revealing new documentation of Stuart's life and influential work.
Judith Knight Nulty '66 exhibited in Beard & Weil Galleries for Autumnfest in October 1998. Her work, titled Paysages Catalans depict the streets of Cattlar, the small town in the region of the Pyrenees where Judith now makes her home.
Elena Drake Vandervoort '67 organized "Designers' Victorian Showhouse" in Bath, Maine, as a project to restore a 19th century shipbuilder's house and to benefit the Maine Maritime Museum. The house was on view from July 18th to August 16th, 1998 with a lecture series and walking tours of Bath scheduled for the month.
Christina Sitwell (Tina Leback)'73 coedited with Sarah Staniforth, Studies in the History of Painting Restoration (Archetype Books in association with the National Trust, London 1998). The papers were presented at a London symposium in 1996 on the mostly haphazard and arbitrary methods used in Britain over the past four centuries to tidy up pictures in country homes and galleries.
Krys Kornmeier '74 was also featured in the Spring/Summer issue of Wheaton Matters. Her interest in film production has lead her to the making of documentaries, including The Hidden Zoo about the Washington Zoo.
Kazumi Futagawa '81 has moved her bookstore, Perimeter, books on architecture to 21 Cleveland Place, New York, on the east side of Soho. Her bookstore remains the mecca for architectural buffs in the city.
Patricia Onorato '82 graduated from the School of the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston in May 1996 with a diploma in Artist's Books and Drawing. In addition to exhibiting and selling her artwork, Pat is working as a freelance writer, editor, and proofreader.
Eve Reppen Rogers '88 is now the Director of Jewels for Sotheby's in Chicago, which has allowed her to travel to some interesting places and to lecture. She hosted a midwest area alumnae/I breakfast at Sotheby's in September 1998 for their "Fine Jewel and Watches" exhibition/auction.
Maggie Akers '94 was assistant studio manager at Castle Hill Center for the Arts in Truro, MA. The Center offers summer art classes in ceramics, printmaking, painting, drawing and creative writing. Maggie is a printmaker currently working in monotype.
Min Kim '92 works as the director of strategic development, Asia at the Solomon R. Guggenheim Foundation.