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   from the issue of March 25, 2004

Event celebrates graduate student work March 29

The annual Celebration of Graduate Student Work will be from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. March 29 in the Van Brunt Visitors Center. The event is free and open to the public.

Sixteen graduate students from the School of Music, Department of Art and Art History, Department of Theatre Arts and the Department of Textiles, Clothing and Design will display their works at the showcase. Visitors can view their work, talk with the students about their creative process and ask questions about the projects.

The event is sponsored by the Office of Graduate Studies, the Hixson-Lied College of Fine and Performing Arts, the College of Education and Human Sciences and the Van Brunt Visitors Center.

Participating students (name, department, project title):

• Christian Bohnenstengel, School of Music, “Christian Bohnenstengel: Graduate Piano Recital”;

• Jennifer Booth, School of Music, “Adina: Lyric Coloratura Soprano”;

• Mandy Eilers, Theatre Arts, “Romeo and Juliet Costume Design”;

• Jennifer Ghormley, Art and Art History, “Material Response” (printmaking);

• Jeremy Hanson, School of Music, “An Optimist’s Struggle in a Pessimistic World: A Narratological Analysis of Mozart’s Piano Concerto in D Minor, K. 466, First Movement”;

• James Karas, School of Music, “The Effect of Aural and Improvisatory Instruction on Fifth-Grade Band Students’ Sight-Reading Ability”;

• Susan Kesler-Simpson, Textiles, Clothing and Design, “Super Nova,” “Erustonmi” and “Behind the Faces”;

• Mike J. Legate, Theatre Arts, “Sound Design in Entertainment”;

• Sarah MacMillan, Art and Art History, “Flower Brick”;

• Adam Mendelson, Theatre Arts, “Lighting Design for MacBeth”;

• Jeff O’Brien, Theatre Arts, “Sound Design in Theatre”;

• Dan Perry, Art and Art History, “Dan Perry Sculpture”;

• Joseph Pintz, Art and Art History, “Recent Ceramics”;

• Vince Quevedo, Art and Art History, “Digital Quilts”;

• Jeffrey Weber, Theatre Arts, “Scenic Design and Painting”;

• Christopher Werner, School of Music, “Conducting Metaphorically: Linking David Maslanka’s Symphony No. 5 in Rehearsal and Performance to New Conducting Pedagogy.”



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