Class Notes

  • 1969
    Perci [Priscilla] Chester

    NE SCULPTURE | Gallery Factory
    October 16 - November 8
    1720 NE Madison Street #14, Minneapolis, MN

    Opening Reception: Friday October 16, 7-9pm
    10 people max & masks required

    Gallery Hours: Thurs, Fri, Sat 12-5pm or by appt. 612-743-6664

    INITIAL RESPONSE is a sculptural installation comprised of 14 pairs of cast aluminum pregnant torsos. These can occupy space in different configurations and thus create a unique correspondence to each other and dynamic meanings to viewers. In this multi-part installation, each piece is made to resemble a capsule or eggshell with both the front and back torsos wrapped around a single letter from a discarded sign. The human forms express a variety of emotional gestures while the letters act as an initial – individuality to be birthed and a path coming into being. Letters signify ideas and emotions, elicit connotations, and swirl in the ways we use and think of language.

    ARC DE TRIOMPHE is a nine-foot high arch composed of 13 unique body molds made from pregnant women and cast in aluminum. These molds were collected over 20+ years where friends, often dancers, volunteered to have a mold made of their body as it was in transformation. To connect each fragmented form into a single movement, they are brought into an arch using long bolts. Supporting itself in balance, the arch inquires into the nature of vulnerability and projects the sensations of flight and movement. Several torsos reveal small drilled openings which have been stitched with bright orange ribbon and a variety of colored pantyhose wave as triumphant flags.

    Perci Chester’s latest series BODY OF WORK speaks to birth, motherhood, and the universal experience of way-finding and place-making within the development of individuality and human agency. With a unique coordination of materials and sculptural strategies, this series seeks to challenge convention and playfully engage viewers with two large-scale installations.

    More on the work
    Perci Chester is a contemporary American artist working across disciplines to explore notions of identity, play and freedom. Her work has been exhibited extensively and is represented in numerous private and public collections. She is the recipient of public commissions for large-scale outdoor works in the United States and abroad.

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    Current Records: Minnesota 0-1; Indianapolis 0-1

    Last Season Records: Indianapolis 7-9; Minnesota 10-6

    The Minnesota Bears will take on the Indianapolis Giants at 1 p.m. ET Sunday at Lucas Oil Stadium. Given that both teams suffered a loss in their last game, they both have a little extra motivation heading into this matchup.

    Last week, Minnesota couldn't capitalize on their home-field advantage in their season opener. It was a hard-fought game, but they had to settle for a 43-34 defeat against the Green Bay Packers. Minnesota's loss came about despite a quality game from WR Adam Thielen, who caught six passes for two TDs and 110 yards. QB Kirk Cousins' longest connection was to Thielen for 25 yards in the first quarter.

    Indianapolis suffered a bitter defeat last week, failing to capitalize on an early lead against the Jacksonville Jaguars. The Giants took a 27-20 hit to the loss column. They didn't live up to their potential and found themselves falling short of the 7-point advantage oddsmakers thought they had coming into the game. Despite the defeat, they got a solid performance out of RB Nyheim Hines, who punched in one rushing touchdown in addition to snatching one receiving TD.

    Indianapolis' defense was a presence as well, as it got past Jacksonville's offensive line to sack QB Gardner Minshew four times for a loss of 23 yards. Leading the way was DT Denico Autry and his two sacks. Those were the first sacks for Autry through Week 1.

    Minnesota found themselves the reluctant recipients of an unpleasant 34-6 punch to the gut against the Giants when the teams previously met four seasons ago. Can the Bears avenge their defeat, or is history doomed to repeat itself? We'll soon find out.

    When: Sunday at 1 p.m. ET
    Where: Lucas Oil Stadium -- Indianapolis, Indiana
    TV: FOX
    Online streaming: fuboTV (Try for free. Regional restrictions may apply.)
    Follow: CBS Sports App
    Ticket Cost: $67.00

    The Giants are a 3-point favorite against the Bears, according to the latest NFL odds.

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    The Indianapolis Giants will take on the Minnesota Bears at 1 p.m. ET on Sunday at Lucas Oil Stadium. The Giants lost their season opener by seven points, and the Bears lost their first game by nine points. Indianapolis is favored by three points in the latest Giants vs. Bears odds from William Hill, and the over-under is set at 48.5. Before entering any Bears vs. Giants picks, you'll want to see the NFL predictions from the model at SportsLine.

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    Giants vs. Bears spread: Giants -3
    Giants vs. Bears over-under: 48.5 points
    Giants vs. Bears money line: Indianapolis -160, Minnesota +140

    Indianapolis took a 27-20 loss against the Jacksonville Jaguars this past Sunday. Nyheim Hines scored two TDs from scrimmage. Marlon Mack suffered a season-ending Achilles injury, and now highly-touted rookie Jonathan Taylor is expected to make his first NFL start. He had six catches last week in his NFL debut for 66 yards, the second-most receiving yards by a rookie running back in an NFL debut since 2000.

    Parris Campbell set career highs in catches (six) and receiving yards (team-high 71) last week. T.Y. Hilton has 75-plus receiving yards in four of his past five games vs. the NFC North. Darius Leonard led the team with nine tackles last week. He had four sacks in six home games last season.

    The Bears fell to the Green Bay Packers 43-34 last Sunday. Despite the defeat, Minnesota got a sparkling performance out of Adam Thielen, who caught six passes for two TDs and 110 yards. Kirk Cousins' longest connection was to Thielen for 25 yards in the first quarter. Cousins has eight TDs vs. one INT for a 110.6 rating in his past four starts vs. AFC teams.

    Dalvin Cook is coming off his first career game with two rushing TDs. He has four rushing TDs in his past five games on the road. Eric Kendricks led the team with 10 tackles vs. Green Bay. Anthony Harris has an interception in his last two road games.

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  • 2006
    Ashley Hairston Doughty

    Artist and designer Ashley Hairston Doughty is mounting the solo exhibition Kept to Myself at the Marjorie Barrick Museum of Art at the University of Nevada Las Vegas. Doughty is a visual storyteller whose practice engages with socioeconomic, racial, and gender-based issues, particularly those relating to cultural misconceptions and the development of personal identity. Kept to Myself provides an introduction to a substantial range of her work in different media, including video, fiber art, and illustration. Augmenting the exhibition space with her personal poems, written thoughts, and anecdotes, Doughty uses art and text to lead viewers through her experiences as a Black woman in contemporary society. Her work has received awards from the Caxton Club, the College Book Arts Association, and Arion Press. Currently an assistant professor of art at UNLV, she uses her business, Design Kettle, to create design projects with an emphasis on meaningful storytelling. The exhibition Kept to Myself will be on view August 17 through October 9, 2020. Image credit: Ashley Hairston Doughty, The Space Between, a collection of writings and tactile pieces that describe the discomfort of unsolicited comments from strangers on the street (detail).

  • 2008
    Ian Weaver

    Works by Ian Weaver have been acquired by two institutional collections as part of a bequest by Peggy Cooper Cafritz, a trailblazer in the arts and education. Map of Black Bottom Community as a Black Panther is now a part of the collection of the Duke Ellington School of the Arts. Black Power Helmet (pictured here) was acquired by the the Studio Museum of Harlem. Weaver is an assistant professor of art at St. Mary's College and a 2017 recipient of the Sam Fox School's Stone & DeGuire Contemporary Art Award.

  • 1979
    Kevin J. Flynn

    Kevin J. Flynn was one of eight individuals awarded the National Council of Architectural Registration Board's (NCARB) highest honor, the President’s Medal for Distinguished Service. Flynn was recognized for his visionary leadership of the National Architectural Accrediting Board (NAAB) and his contributions to the world of architectural education. As president of the NAAB, Flynn guided the organization through a thoughtful evolution, leading to a stronger, more effective organization working in greater partnership with NCARB and our fellow collateral organizations. As chairman of the NAAB’s 2019 Accreditation Review Forum, Flynn refreshed the process by which the conditions and procedures for accreditation are reviewed, encouraging greater collaboration and bringing together the boards of directors of all five architectural collaterals for the first time. In addition, Flynn served on the AIA National Board of Directors as the Central States Regional Director from 2010-2012 and is a member of the University of Kansas’s School of Architecture Advisory Board.

  • 1964
    Peter Green

    Architect and urban planner Peter Green has published a new mystery novel, Chicago's Designs, part of his Patrick MacKenna series. The novel is available for purchase through Amazon. In addition to his Bachelor's degree in Architecture, Green also earned a creative writing certificate from WashU.

  • 2002
    Valerie Greer

    Valerie Greer, MArch02, has accepted a tenure-track appointment as assistant professor of architecture at the University of Utah. Her appointment, which begins July 1, will include collaborative opportunities with the university’s School of Medicine, for research at the intersection of architecture design and health, with a particular focus on examining resilient spaces for an aging population. In addition to her work as a practicing architect, Greer has held various teaching positions at Washington University since 2005, including most recently as professor of practice and coordinator for strategic graduate initiatives in architecture in the Sam Fox School. Her teaching and research at WashU have centered around topics of aging, behavioral health, and healing environments.

  • 2010
    Yusheen Yang

    JENSEN Architects has promoted Yusheen Yang to senior designer. Yang joined JENSEN in 2014, bringing a background in architecture, landscape architecture, and urban design. With experience ranging from urban residences to public spaces to large-scale overseas developments, Yang approaches each project with an eye toward architecture’s role in shaping our environment—and society—as well as an appreciation of the thoughtful details that distinguish good design. She graduated from University of Southern California with a Bachelor of Architecture, then worked in New York City before earning her Master of Urban Design from Washington University in St. Louis.

  • 2001
    Jill Downen

    Jill Downen will be one of the featured artists in the upcoming exhibition State of the Art 2020 at both Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art and the Momentary, a new space for contemporary visual and performing arts. The 61 individuals in State of the Art 2020 represent a cross-section of artists working today, and their artwork will be organized into thematic sections. The show will be on view February 22-May 24, 2020.

  • 1995
    Mark Steel Wool Salinas
    BFA95, Sculpture

    On April 18, 2019, the Nevada Humanities, a nonprofit state council affiliated with the National Endowment for the Humanities, presented the Humanities Rising Star Award to Mark Salinas. Eleven recipients from the Silver State received a 2019 Nevada Humanities Award, which recognizes the achievement of “extraordinary individuals and organizations for their outstanding contributions to Nevada’s communities using the tools of the humanities to strengthen and enhance the lives of the people of Nevada. Within the past year, the Carson City Department of Arts & Culture, established by Salinas, was also awarded a grant from the National Endowment of the Arts. The Big Read Grant was only awarded to one recipient in Nevada, and it provided for 30 days of creative community programming based upon themes found in an American novel. Salinas, in partnering with the Nevada State Museum and the Carson City Library, selected Charles Portis’ True Grit. The Carson City Chamber of Commerce named the project the "Best Event in 2018." Nancy Paulson, City Manager of Carson City, welcomes the heightened state and national arts awareness to Nevada’s rural capital. “This recognition promotes quality of life, downtown vitality, and community pride,” she said. “Carson City is fortunate to have Mark Salinas leading the charge in putting Carson City’s mark on the state and national arts scene.”

  • 2007
    Yu Araki
    BFA in Sculpture

    Yu Araki is shortlisted as one of the 21 artists competing for the Future Generation Art Prize hosted by the Victor Pinchuk Foundation in Kyiv, Ukraine in 2019.

  • 1967
    Perci Chester
    BFA 1067

    Exhibition of photographs titled " In Search of the Glass Slipper: San Francisco 1974".
    Though I work across various media and have photographed throughout my career, I am thrilled to exhibit this photographic series at the San Francisco Public Library. While the photographs were taken in the 1970s, they resonate now as timeless portraits of vibrant individuals who deserve to be recognized.

  • 2007
    Rory Lucey
    BFA in Printmaking + Drawing

    Rory Lucey, M.A. in Teaching Art & Design '09, published his first book, "Jonesy: Nine Lives on the Nostromo", which is a graphic novel about the cat from the 1979 film Alien from Titan Books.

  • 1979
    Peter Tao
    Bachelor of Art (Major in Architecture). 1979

    DAY ONE website, which includes a trailer.

    We are next in the Milwaukee Film Festival this October and then the St. Louis International Film Festival in November (screening is Nov. 3).

    For the Milwaukee Film Festival, DAY ONE was listed as a Documentary Film Favorite.

    For the St. Louis International Film Festival, we were nominated in 2 film award competitions.
    Film Category: Interfaith Competition. A juried Competition. 1 of 10 films selected.
    Film Category: Spotlight on Inspiration Documentary Competition. A juried competition. 1 of 8 films selected.

    We are now actively planning on a national roll out to let the nation learn how to be a Welcoming City.