Congratulations to Laura Jobin-Acosta ’20 MM, a composer recently named a recipient of the first-ever IDEA Opera Residencies program by OPERA America.
In this new Alumni Spotlight series, I am excited to introduce you to Purchase College alumni who worked at the Neuberger Museum of Art while they were students and to talk with them about where they are today.
My first interview is with Annabel Rhodeen Spring who earned her Masters in Modern and Contemporary Art History, Criticism, and Theory from Purchase College in 2012.
Like so many when the pandemic hit, designer Alexander Whittenberg ’14 (theatre design/technology or D/T) was forced to pause his work. He used the opportunity to reflect, to appreciate those who inspired him, and to consider the industry’s future.
Congratulations to Assistant Professor Silas Brown ’10 on his win and to David De Jesus ’04 and Lucy Kalantari ’98 for their work on Grammy®-winning projects.
The first Springboard-curated recipient of Jonah Bokaer Arts Foundation AIR Founder’s Residency.
Alumnus Spike Wilner, owner of Smalls Jazz Club and Mezzrow, is using creative strategies to reopen. Smalls will be the first NYC jazz club to return to live, on-site performances!