On March 27, 2009, four Class of 2001 alumni artists returned to the Allegheny College Art Department. Left to right are Alex Mead, Colleen Toledano, Eva Wylie and Bill Rodgers. While on campus they presented a panel, “Art After Allegheny”, explaining how they sustained their careers and developed as artists since graduating. The next day they met informally with current students to discuss their artwork.
Alex Mead lives and works in Maine and is a founding member of BUOY Gallery, a performing arts and exhibition space. BUOY’s Web site is located here.
Colleen Toledano received her M.F.A. in ceramics from Ohio State University in 2005. She is Resident Artist at The Clay Studio in Philadelphia and is teaching sculpture and ceramics at Allegheny spring semester, 2009. Her Web site is located here.
Eva Wylie received her M.F.A. in printmaking from Tyler School of Art in Philadelphia in 2003. She is now on the faculty of Tyler as Area Head in printmaking. For more information on Eva, click here.
Bill Rodgers received his M.F.A. in photography from Ohio University in 2005. He is currently Manager/Director of Artists Image Resource in Pittsburgh, PA.
This event was supported by the Beazell Lecture Fund, the Student Art Society, the Office of Career Services and Allegheny Student Government.