Creative Futures: Career Stories
For Deniz Hotamisligil, BFA '08, electric curiosity and an innate joy for trying new things, are at the core of a constantly evolving creative process.
The conceptual work of Erin Woodbrey, BFA '07, is built on thoughtful research and experimentation, techniques Woodbrey honed at SMFA.
The work of Vanessa Platacis , MFA ‘05 sits at the intersection of painting and installation art.
Full-time artist Daisy Patton, MFA '11, shares that the focus of her work around families and their social meanings–a cornerstone of her practice–began during her time at SMFA.
From the SMFA Sidewalk Sale to a flourishing business, Isa Wang, BFA '11, balances his entrepreneurial goals with his studio practice.
Heather Cox, MFA '98, describes her job at the Whitney Museum, what her art practice is like today, and reflects on her time as an MFA student.
Subin Cho's experience with Muskat Studios has shaped her career ambitions.
Maya Greenfield's internship at Muskat Studios has impacted the way she thinks about producing her own work.
Gabriel Sosa, MFA ’16, reflects on the question posed by SMFA faculty that is still the foundation for his practice today.
Having painted thousands of murals and canvases with wildlife themes, Juan Travieso, MFA '13, credits the works sold while in his MFA program with launching his practice in a significant way.
Emil Cohen, MFA ’14, reflects on shaping his photography practice around topics he was interested in talking about.
Rachel Sydlowski, BFA '97, finds rich material for art making and investigation by following myth over truth.