Faculty News


  • Cecilia Adarondo‘s third feature film YOU WERE MY FIRST BOYFRIEND will be presented as part of the Documentary Competition line-up at this year’s South By Southwest Film Festival in Austin, Texas. The World Premiere will be on Friday, March 10. We will have three screenings at the festival – click here for more details. Williams College Museum of Art in Williamstown, MA will be hosting a public screening of the film as part of Aldarondo’s Solo Exhibition Mirrored Interiors on Wed, April 5th.
  •  Dlo Doubout” / volume #3 Photographic study ‘In the heart of sugar cane’ Photo exhibition Saint-Malo, France 2022, Bidouane Tower from October 15 to November 6, 2022 https://www.expo-dlodoubout.com/index.php Dlo Doubout is a photographic study that focuses on the foundations and evolution of Guadeloupean society through the prism of sugar cane. Initiated by Daniel Goudrouffe, Laurent de Bompuis, and Daniel Dabriou, Dlo Doubout is a series of photographic exhibitions including research and experimentation and conferences around sugar cane. From 2014 to 2026, the project includes exhibitions every four years alongside La Route du Rhum Destination Guadeloupe. The Dlo Doubout project addresses several related themes, such as demography, the Creole Garden, the arrival of Indian labor, and others…
  • Murad Mumtaz and Alyssa Pheobus Mumtaz are  part of an exhibition, Art at Kings Oaksin Newtown, PA (an hour away from Philadelphia) from September 23 – October 9, 2022.  Here is a link with more details:  https://kingsoaksart.com/artists-2022/
  • The Burchfield Penney Art Center in Buffalo, NY announced that artist and educator Mike Glier is its 2022 Artist-In-Residence. Glier kicked off his residency exploring the work of Charles E. Burchfield through the current exhibition, A Lifetime of Themes, along with a deep dive into the archives. See more here: www.burchfieldpenney.org