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Miller Gallery
at Carnegie Mellon University
Purnell Center for the Arts
5000 Forbes Ave.
Pittsburgh, PA 15213
412.268.3618
miller-gallery@andrew.cmu.edu
www.cmu.edu/millergallery

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Tues.-Sun., 12-6pm
Closed Mondays

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IF FOUND, PLEASE RETURN TO:_____________

CARNEGIE MELLON 2010 Senior Art Exhibition

Featuring work by Bachelor of Fine Arts + Interdisciplinary Arts students

Apr. 30 - May 15, 2010

About the Exhibition

"I will always have a special fondness for this cohort of students, because they arrived in the School of Art at Carnegie Mellon at the same time as I did, in August 2006. We discovered the mysteries of Pittsburgh together and the hard working ethos of Carnegie Mellon.

I have seen these young artists explore a range of themes during their time here, revealing courage and a sense of discovery in much of their work. Art school is, and should be, challenging both conceptually and technically. These students have risen to the challenge by using a wide range of media to examine their own sense of identity: in terms of morality, sexuality, ethnicity, social background, and economic or political position.

The 2010 Senior Exhibition presents a rawness of emotion, fantasy and reality through sumptuous paintings, conceptual constructs, sculptural statements, animated anxieties and digital discourse. In many ways, these artists have found a means to deal with the duality of pleasure and pain in the pornographic realities, hermaphrodite fantasies, psychological obsessions and mystical journeys that are part of our human condition.

I have enjoyed the vitality of this group and have appreciated the opportunity to share their sense of discovery across the last 4 years. I wish them well and I am sure that they will have significant artistic impact in the years beyond Carnegie Mellon."

- John Carson,
Regina and Marlin Miller Professor and
Head of the School of Art, Carnegie Mellon University

About the Artists

1. Alexandra Rubinstein

2. Alexandre Binder

3. Alicia Ledden

4. Alissa Osial

5. Alyssa Reuter

6. Andrea Meythaler

7. Angela Wang

8. Anna Navasardian 

9. Anna-Claire Harkness

10. Austin Redwood

11. Brittany Stanley

12. Carolina Ramos

13. Caroline Berger

14. Chan Hee Soh

15. Christie Lau

16. Elise Walton

17. Hee Ree Kim

18. Hye Jin Lee

19. Jackie (Seung-yeon) Kook 

20. James Chan

21. Jen Inman

22. Joo Hyun Lee

23. Joo Young Kang

24. Julia Kennedy

25. Katie Kuzko

26. Kyu lee Viviane Kim

27. Marc Poirier

28. Missy Dunaway

29. Morgan Sanders

30. Paul Rouphail

31. Rachel Dorrett

32. Robin Scheines

33. Ryan Woodring

34. Seung Yeon Kim

35. Seung-Youn Sara Lim

36. Su Youn Lee

37. Tessa Park

38. Xiaoyuan Jiang

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PAST PUBLIC PROGRAMS

Apr. 30, Fri.
6-8pm: Reception

May 4, Tues.
5-8pm: Conversation with Artists and Faculty
including John Carson, Head of School, and Professors Andrew Ellis Johnson, Joe Mannino, Suzie Silver, Susanne Slavick