Winthrop University alumna Kati Stegall ’11, program administrator for the Charlotte Area Transit System’s Art-In-Transit program, will give the first talk for the Department of Fine Arts’ Fine Arts Lecture Series on Jan. 20, 2016. The lecture series will include additional lectures by three Winthrop alumni during the spring 2016 semester.
Stegall, a resident of Charlotte, NC, will speak Jan. 20 at 7:30pm in Room 119 of Rutledge Building. As program administrator for Art-In-Transit, Stegall administers public art projects ranging from artist selection through installation and documentation and develops and implements community education and outreach efforts and maintains program resources. She earned her Master of Arts in Arts Administration at Winthrop.
Each free lecture will be held in 119 Rutledge at 7:30pm. Dates for upcoming Fine Arts Lecture Series alumni lectures are as follows:
Monday, Feb. 8 – Kerry Kuhlkin-Hornsby ’93
Kuhlkin-Hornsby, who earned her B.A. in political science, works as director of education & engagement for the Columbia Museum of Art in Columbia, South Carolina. She resides in Columbia.
Wednesday, Mar. 2 – Todd Stewart ’06
At Charlotte’s Arts & Science Council, Stewart serves as project manager for public art. The Charlotte resident earned his B.F.A. in art at Winthrop.
Thursday, Apr. 7 – Jen Ray ’95, locally-grown international artist
Ray, who earned her B.F.A. in art at Winthrop, has spent the last several years living and working in Berlin, Germany, where she is represented by the Wentrup Gallery.
For the complete Spring 2016 Fine Arts Lecture Series schedule, visit the Arts at Winthrop website at (http://www.winthrop.edu/arts/).
For more information, contact Meredith Carter, communications coordinator, at 803/323-2236 or e-mail her at (email@example.com).