Photography/Gallery/Visual Arts

Clarissa Bonet MFA ’12

Clarissa Bonet’s work, Fortress, will be at the FIRST LOOK: MoCP Fine Print Party on Tuesday, June 12, 2018. Her fine print is available for purchase.

Fortress, 2016



David Bremer ’14

David Bremer will be exhibiting his artwork in a solo show at Side Street Studio Arts in Elgin, IL from August 19 thru September 3. Opening reception will be on August 19 from 6pm to 8pm.

Side Street Studio Arts


Luis Colindres '16

Help bring some life and color to my next book release: a coloring book featuring crazy, psychedelic visuals!

View Kickstarter Here


Jess Dugan MFA '14

Jess Dugan's photograph Self-portrait (muscle shirt) was included in D.C.'s National Portrait Gallery's exhibition, The Outwin 2016: American Portraiture Today.

Jess Dugan's website


Ervin Johnson '12

Ervin Johnson's latest work, #InHonor, is a series of photo-based mixed media portraits that have been featured on NBC News, The New York Times Lens Blog and Buzzfeed. The series was created "to honor Blackness as it exists in its various forms" said Johnson.

View portraits here


Mary Farmilant ’01

Mary Farmilant is part of the exhibit Pink Noise, Works by the Stella Collective. This exhibit is hosted by the Catholic Theological Union on the fourth floor of the Academic and Conference Center, the Mary-Frances and Bill Veeck Art Gallery. It is running through April 27th. More information can be found at

More Info


Anthony King ’11

Anthony King is making a book containing portraits of through and section hikers, photos to convey walking 2,650 miles or 14,039,520 feet, handwritten journal entries, and interviews with hikers throughout the 2017-2018 hiking seasons. There is a GoFundMe running through June 15th.

Pacific Crest Trail Photo Book


Jay Seawell MFA ’13

National Trust, the first book by Washington, D.C.-based artist Jay Seawell, takes a critical look at the structures of power in American political and media culture. Employing a somber humor, Seawell’s photographs explore the careful fabrication of the façades that exist throughout the deeply intertwined worlds of power, politics, and media in the United States.

 National Trust


Maggie Sichter '12

Maggie Sichter, a full-time Art Director in the Chicago startup industry, was featured globally as an illustrator in Apple's 2016 Keynote and iPad Pro launch. Click the link below to view Sichter's work with the Apple website. Visit more of her work via Instagram @littlepatterns.

Apple Pencil Website

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