Olivia R. Blackwell, Double Major in Cinema & Art History, Junior
I keep a detailed database of all the films that I watch.
Caroline Brandau, Major in Art History, Senior, planning a concentration in American Modern and French Nouveau Art
Rachel L. Brown, Major in Art History, Senior
Claire M. Bui, Major in Art History, Junior
Amy K. Chadick, Double Major in Art History and Religious Studies, Senior
Laine Clark, Major in Art History, Senior
I am interested in pursuing a career in public relations at a museum and possibly one day becoming a university professor concentrating on nineteenth-century French Impressionism.
Sharayah L. Cochran will enter VCU’s masters program in Museum Studies next semester. Often finding herself in museum development, she has a combined interest in maintaining art collections and keeping them accessible to the public. 20th Century Photography, museum ethics and art history references in popular culture are among her favorite topics.
Museum dream: get permission to flip this switch.
Aaron M. Ellrich, Major in Art History, Junior
Lisa M. Gerben, Interior Design, Senior
I am interested in possibly pursuing a career in exhibition design.
Anna Germano, Art Ed., Sophomore
Gabriella T. Giamichael, Major in Art History, Junior
Maggie Grymes: Major in Sculpture and Extended Media / Minor in Art History
Taylor M. Horak, Major in Art History, Sophomore
Rachel S. Jones Major: Sculpture, Minor: Crafts focus in Furniture and Glass Junior
Interested in art preservation as well as one day becoming an art director or furniture designer.
Berangér C. LeFranc Senior, Major: Sculpture & Extended Media, Minor: Art History
Sabrina McGill, Photography Major, Senior
Shannon M. McGill
Kehinde A. Odusanya, Major in Crafts and Material Studies, Senior
I specialize in glass working, although I also have experience in furniture and jewelry.
I have served as a docent at the University of Virginia Art Museum and hope to work on tour development and program planning at an arts institution upon graduation. I am also an accomplished artist with specialization in paper crafts and furniture restoration/painted treatments. My key areas of interest are American Crafts (antique decorative arts) as well as urban street art (graffiti, murals, tags, etc). Last fall, I began to document and archive ongoing graffiti trends throughout the urban areas of Richmond, which will be compiled into a blog and possible book later this year.
Camila J. Ruiz, Major in Art History, Senior
Amanda L. Sorrell, Art History Major, Senior. I like Stephen Colbert.
Victoria H.F. Scott has published on diverse subjects such as modern and contemporary art archives, and censorship and May 1968. Currently she is transforming her dissertation, “Silk-Screens and Television Screens: Maoism and the Posters of May and June 1968,” into a manuscript for publication. The treatise also includes a catalogue raisonné of the posters. With over 700 entries it is the most complete catalogue in existence, and the first of its kind in the English language. She is also a member of the editorial board of nonsite.org, and a founding member of the European Postwar & Contemporary Art Forum.