2009 Faculty Fellows

Sondra Grace, Fashion Design

Awarded a 2009 Massachusetts College of Art and Design Foundation Faculty Fellowship of $5,000 for research about the fashion designer Ann Lowe.

Lin Haire-Sargeant, Liberal Arts

Awarded a 2009 Massachusetts College of Art and Design Foundation Faculty Fellowship of $5,000 to work on a creative non-fiction memoir.

Denise Marika, Media and Performing Arts

Awarded the 2009 Bruce Dayton Faculty Fellowship of $5,000 to work on Effaced, a new video/performance project.

James McLeod, Fine Arts 3D

Awarded a 2009 Massachusetts College of Art and Design Foundation Faculty Fellowship of $5,000 to work on Artists of a Floating World, a collaboration of artists from the United States and Turkey.

Laura McPhee, Photography

Awarded the 2009 William Hicks Faculty Fellowship of $5,000 for travel to India to photograph houses in North Calcutta during the ceremony of Durga Puja as part of her forthcoming book, The Home and The World.

Ellen Shapiro, History of Art

Awarded the 2009 Charlotte Faculty Fellowship of $5,000 to research and write the monograph Extreme Makeover in Glass, Tile, and Neon: Marino Lopopolo and the Transformation of Bari.

Jill Slosburg-Ackerman, Fine Arts 3D

Awarded the 2009 Marilyn Pappas Faculty Fellowship of $5,000 to continue work on Sculpture-Furniture, Furniture-Sculpture; Restless Shelves: different places for works of art; sculptures that can be used.

Peg Turner, History of Art

Turner, a historian of non-Western art, was awarded the 2009 Kelner Faculty Fellowship of $5,000 for A Voyage Long and Strange: A Journey to Europe, to study in Europe.