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Muses on the Mount
Holy Cross Celebrates 40 Years of Women in the Arts

Reunion Presented by the Visual Arts Department
March 22-24, 2013

Schedule of Events


SPARK: Selected Alumnae Artists from Holy Cross

March14– April 12
Iris and B. Gerald Cantor Art Gallery, College of the Holy Cross
Margaret Lanzetta ’79, NY, painting; Ann Marie Kennedy ’89, NC, mixed media; Rachelle Beaudoin ’04, NH, video; Elizabeth Hamilton ’04, PA, photography, sculpture; Teresa Buscemi ’07, NM, electronic media; Amy Archambault ’08, MA, sculpture; Justine Hill ’08, NY, painting, drawing; and Haley Allen ’11, TX,  photography

Reunion week-end: March, 22 - 24 (before Easter) open to all Holy Cross alumni and guests

10:00 Survey of Art, Fr. Reboli, O’Kane 495
12:00-1:30 Discussion with artists Haley Kattner Allen, Amy Archambault, Justine Hill and Ann Marie Kennedy, moderated by Prof. Rinklin, Cantor Art Gallery
12:30 Islamic Art, Prof. Luyster, O’Kane 495
2:00 Stained Glass Tour of the Campus, Prof. Raguin, meet Dinand Library entrance
3:30 Coffee, tea, cookies available in Smith Hall entrance
4:30 Paths in the Arts Panel discussion Rehm Library, Smith Hall

  • Jay A. Clarke ’88, Manton Curator of Prints, Drawings, and Photographs, Sterling and Francine Clark Art Institute, Williamstown MA   
  • Jennifer DePrizio ’97, Director of Visitor Learning the Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum, Boston

  • Anna Tobin D'Ambrosio ’87, Director and Chief Curator, Munson Williams Proctor Arts Institute, Utica NY

  • Catherine Sweeney Singer, ’85, Director, Winter Antiques Show, New York City

  • Charlotte N. Eyerman ’87, Director FRAME, North America (French Regional and American Museum Exchange) –Los Angeles

  • Cari Borja, Ph. D. Berkley Anthropology, Clothes designer, Berkley CA

6:30 – 9:00  Dinner and networking time  Hogan Suites A&B and Fashion show featuring the work of Cari Borja, cariborja.com

  • 9:30 Breakfast outside of Cantor Gallery, Viewing of alumnae show and discussion around gallery; alumnae artists invited to be present

  • Worcester Art Museum 12:00  Admission free - time for lunch on own, including WAM Cafeteria;  12:50-1:50 faculty offering several spot tours in American (Prof. Johnston), Classical (Jenn DePrizio ’97), Medieval (Prof. Raguin), and Renaissance (Prof. Karmon) galleries

  • 2:00 Discussion with Susan Stoops, curator of Contemporary Art, on recent acquisitions of work by women artists, Conference Room, Higgins Education Wing
  • 4:00 wine and cheese reception: Home of Shirish Korde, Composer and Chair of the Music Department, 5 minutes drive from the Worcester Art Museum.   

  • 6:00-7:30  Wall at WAM opening, created by Robert and Shana ParkeHarrison,
    Robert is a former Professor of Visual Arts, College of the Holy Cross

Sunday morning – optional tour of the MFA, Boston 11:00. Possibility to see the Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum