Category: Alumni News

Alumni Spotlight: David Delmar (CFA 06)

For the entrepreneurial-minded, Boston is a place of inspiration. As one BU alumnae, David Delmar puts it, “It’s a place where new ideas can take flight. It’s a big enough city to have a market, but it’s not New York, where the tracks have already been laid and greased.” Delmar, who graduated with a BFA […]

Categories: Alumni News, Visual Arts

Alumni Spotlight: Autumn Ahn (CFA 08)

After graduating from Boston University in 2002, Autumn Ahn embarked on a unique MFA experience—one that didn’t involve going to a university at all. Her undergraduate studies at BU fueled her ambitions, leaving her hungry to continue her education in the visual arts. After weighing her options, she concluded that Paris, France would be her […]

Categories: Alumni News, Visual Arts

Alumni Spotlight: Mathew Cerletty (CFA 02)

After four years of undergraduate studies at Boston University, Matthew Cerletty stood by for his big launch. For most artists, that’s the stuff of dreams, but for Cerletty, it was a reality. He had talent to begin with, and after four years at Boston University, he had the whole package: the ambition, the skills, the […]

Categories: Alumni News, Visual Arts
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CFA Alum Greg Hildreth (’05) Cast as Olaf in Broadway production of FROZEN

We couldn’t be more proud of Greg Hildreth (CFA’05) for taking on the role of our favorite summer-loving snowman Olaf in the just announced Broadway production of FROZEN! Congratulations, Greg! #myCFA#BUtheatre #proudtoBU  

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CFA Alumnus Nominated for Oscar Award

Boston University College of Fine Arts is pleased to announce a Sculpture alumnus, Brian McLean, nominated for an Oscar this season. McLean is Director of Rapid Prototype for Laika Entertainment, LLC., an American stop-motion animation studio specializing in feature films, commercial content for all media, music videos and short films. The company is best known […]

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CFA Alumni Nominated for SAG Awards

Boston University College of Fine Arts is pleased to announce a School of Theatre alum associated with productions nominated for two SAG Awards this season: Uzo Aduba (CFA’05): Outstanding Performance by a Female Actor in a Comedy Series, Orange is the New Black Outstanding Performance by an Ensemble in a Comedy Series, Orange is the […]

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CFA Alumni Nominated for Grammy Awards

Boston University College of Fine Arts is pleased to announce a School of Music alum nominated for two Grammy Awards this season: Georgia Jarman, CFA ‘97 ● Sings Cathy in Wuthering Heights produced by Blanton Alspaugh, nominated for Producer of the Year, Classical ● Sings Roxana in Król Roger, nominated for Best Opera Recording In […]

Categories: Alumni News, Music, Voice
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Brechtian Allegory Shakes Up BCA In “The Cradle Will Rock”

The School of Theatre at the College of Fine Arts at Boston University is proud to present The Cradle Will Rock, a Brechtian allegory of corruption and corporate greed set in “Steeltown, USA.” The Cradle Will Rock Music by Marc Blitzstein | Directed by Emily Ranii | Music Direction by Catherine Stornetta | Choreography by […]

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“Taking on Porgy”

Article originally published by Susan Seligson in Bostonia Morris Robinson has led many lives, but the destiny of the former NCAA offensive lineman and Citadel graduate who went on to train account executives for several major corporations has been determined in large part by his sonorous, limber, and soulful bass, for nearly three decades flexed […]

Categories: Alumni News, Music
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CFA Alumni Chosen for Boston’s Artists-In-Residency Program

Maria Molteni and Marjorie Saintil- Belizaire, CFA alumni and celebrated artists, were accepted into Boston’s second annual artists-in-residency program. The program involves receiving personal studio space and $22,500 for their artistic endeavors. Maria Molteni, originally from Nashville, studied painting and printmaking at the CFA. She has stayed in Boston since then to work on her […]

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