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Alumnae in the News

Check this page often for links to articles and press releases of interest featuring Hathaway Brown alumnae. 

 

Julie Schenkelberg '92

Julie recently had her first solo show as an artist at the Asya Geisberg Gallery in New York City, a special opportunity for a student (Julie is in graduate school working on an MFA at The School of Visual Arts).  Click here for a link to the gallery and visit Julie's website at www.julieschenkelberg.com.

 

Marlo Coleman Rees '66

Marlo recently completed a new film, Rising: The Art and Life of John Waddell, the inspiring story of an artist who resisted modern trends to stay true to the human form, the painful losses that decision cost him and the immeasurable treasures he and others gained from that choice.  Click here to visit her website to watch the trailer, see photos and get more information. 

 

Benita Pearson '81

The U.S. Senate confirmed the historical judicial appointment of Benita to the Federal court in Youngstown.   Click here to read the full article. 

 

Tamara Unger '70

A California-based potter, Tamara Unger's show “Expressions in Clay” will be in Judson Park’s Howson Gallery Jan. 7—Feb. 11.   Click here to read the press release and view a piece of her work here.  

 

Eliesha Nelson '91

Eliesha's debut recording recently received Grammy nominations in four categories and won an award for its engineering.  Click here to read the Plain Dealer article and read more about Elisha at www.elieshanelson.com.

 

Ellen Rogers '70  

O, The Oprah Magazine's November 2010 issue includes an excerpt from Ellen's book, Kasey to the Rescue, where she explains how a trained capuchin saved her son's sanity and maybe his life.  Read more...

 

Carolyn Coquillette '96 

Carolyn is featured in the November 2010 issue of O, The Oprah MagazineRead the article, "Reinventing the Wheel: The auto garage gets a clean, green makeover thanks to a forward-thinking entrepreneur."  

 

Inajo Davis Chappell ’78

Inajo Davis Chappell Selected as Crain's Cleveland Woman of Note by Crain's Cleveland Business

Ms. Chappell has also been the recipient of the Helen K. Jones Woman of Strength Memorial Award, the Hathaway Brown School Alumnae Achievement Award, ...

 

Jenne Lombardo ’95

Article in the January/ February issue of Gotham magazine

 

Joan Carl ’43

STUDIO ONLINE Art

Studio Online is pleased to present American artist Joan Carl, a master sculptor and painter whose realistic and abstract work is a comprehensive collective - Read More ...

 

Eleanor Reese Morse ’30

The New York Times

Dali collector and founder of the Salvador Dali Museum in St. Petersburg, Florida, dies at 97.

 

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