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Art Department chair earns prestigious fellowship

  • Carthage College
June 25, 2013

Prof. Kimberly Greene, chair of Carthage’s Art Department, is among the first four recipients in the Racine Art Museum’s Artist Fellowship program.

Each fellowship in the biannual program comes with financial support for new creative work and culminates with a solo show in fall 2013. The nationally prominent Racine Art Museum regularly exhibits national leaders in ceramic art.

Sponsored by the Osborne and Scekic Family Foundation, the fellowship program aims “to showcase the diversity and vitality of the Racine/Kenosha visual arts community by supporting the professional development of this region’s artists.” Recipients of the fellowship, which is juried by the Executive Director and Curator of Collections of the Racine Art Museum, are determined by the quality of their portfolios.

According to RAM, the first winners span a variety of styles and media. The fellowship exhibition is planned from August to November 2013 at the Wustum Museum of Fine Arts in Racine.