Performances, Exhibits, and Multimedia
. Production Stage Manager and Lighting Designer for MultiCultural Dance Festival Ballet Tech Ohio in Cincinnati; Lighting Designer for Suor Angelica
and I Pagliacci
at TriCities Opera in Binghamton, NY.
. Curator, Barbara Gorssman-“A SURVEY.” Co-curator, Louis Finkelstein: The Late Pastels
(with Diane Fitch) and Drawing from Perception V
. 11 international performances in Brazil, Korea and Canada; 4 international performances in Korea with Bethesda Quartet; 16 national performances ; 3 national performances with Bethesda Quartet; 6 regional performances; 7 WSU performances; 3 nationwide/worldwide television performances.
. Performed the role of Vinne in The Odd Couple
at the Victoria, the role of Slim in Of Mice and Men
. Also performed the role of Librarian in Underneath the Lintel
at the Dayton Theatre Guild, Madame in The Maids
at the Ensemble Theatre in Cincinnati, and Bob Cratchit in A Christmas Carol at Cincinnati Playhouse in the Park.
. Performer at “Women’s Voices Out Loud” at Antioch College; performer at Sweet Briar College, “Shakespeare’s Women.”
. Curated exhibitions: Sangram Majumdar: New Works
and Louis Finkelstein: The Late Pastels
at WSU, Feb. 1-March 14; Charles Cajori: Paintings and Drawings
and Drawings from Perception
, WSU, April 4-May 2 (with Glen Cebulash).
. Choreographed The Mystery of Edwin Drood
at the University of Cincinnati CCM; directed and choreographed Babes in Arms at the Interlochen Center for the Arts, Corson Theatre; and directed FearFest attractions Paramount’s Kings Island.
. Performance: Amherst Saxophone Quartet, Chamber Recital in Buffalo, NY.
. NPR-FM, National Public Radio; “Performance Today” worldwide broadcast performance of Celebration of Flight
by Sy Brandon and performed by Shelley Jagow (alto saxophone) and In-Hong Cha (violin); 12/17/03.
. Group Exhibition, Urban, Cannery Building, Dayton, OH, February 27-April 17; site specific environmental installation utilizing 250 cardboard boxes.
. “Holiday Show,” Addison /Parks Gallery, Santa Fe, NM. December 10-31, 2004. Group exhibition; portfolio of 10 prints ed. of 5; and “Annual Exhibit,” the IN-Sight Photography Project, Brattleboro, VT. October 1-30, 2004.
. Solo Exhibition, Paintings
, Riverbend Arts Center, Dayton, OH; one painting exhibited at the Northern National Art Competition, national juried group competition, Nicolet College Gallery, Rhinelander, WI; one painting exhibited at The View, all Ohio juried group competition, Rosewood Arts Center, Kettering, OH; and one painting exhibited at 40 th Annual Great Hamilton Art Exhibit, juried group exhibition, Fitton Center, Hamilton, OH. Also curated Three Voices
, an exhibition of figure paintings by Catherine Kehoe, Erin Palmer, and Hanneline Rogeberg at WSU.
. View of Golf Course
, oil on canvas, received the Richard and Carol Brown Award at the Northern National Art Competition, national juried group competition, Nicolet College Gallery in Rhinelander, Wisconsin.
. Opened her new theatre company, The Dream Keeper Theatre Company
, with her production of Yellowman
. Private screenings (with co-filmmaker Steve Bognar and others) of the documentary A Lion in the House
in Washington, D.C. ; at the National Center Institute in Washington; and for the Independent Television Service in San Francisco.
. Exhibited “Can of Worms” in the Americas 2000: Paper Works 34 th Annual Juried Competition Minot State University, Minot, North Dakota; exhibited “Vac,” “Irrigation,” and “Graze,” in Local Motives
at the Barn Gallery at MTSU, Murfreesboro, TN; and exhibited “Vac,” “Irrigation,” and “Graze,” in Go
at Gatov Gallery at Long Beach State University, Long Beach, CA.
. “American Relief Prints Today Invitational,” University Place Art Center, Lincoln, Nebraska, October 1- November 2, 2004. Exhibited 2 relief prints.
. “Foreign Affairs: The Ohio and Dresden Residency Exchange – A Retrospective Print Exhibition.” The Cleveland State University Art Gallery, Cleveland, Ohio, January 22 – May 6, 2004 exhibiting “Dresden Landscape” and “View over the Elbe River.” Also“Southern Printmaking Biennale,” North Georgia College & State University, Dahlonega, George, September 9 – October 29, 2004 exhibited one relief print – “Summer Totem.” “Dayton/Kyoto International Print Invitational/Metamorphosis-Inside/Outside,” Kyoto Hakubutsukan Museum, Kyoto, Japan, October 2004, exhibited two intaglio prints, “Metamorphosis” and “Fire Flies.” The “24 th Annual National Print Exhibition,” Artlink Contemporary Art Gallery, Fort Wayne, Indiana, May 21 – June 30, 2004, exhibited one relief print, “Summer Totem.” The “40 th Annual Greater Hamilton Art Exhibit,” Fitton Center for Creative Arts, Hamilton, Ohio, March 28- May 16, 2004, exhibited one relief print.
Filmmakers Julia Reichert
and (alumnus) Steven Bognar have received a 2007 Primetime Emmy Award for Exceptional Merit in Nonfiction Filmmaking
for their film A Lion in the House
: Actor in A DELICATE BALANCE
at The Human Race Theatre Company, Winter 2006; Performer in "The Poetry of Mary Oliver" at Sweet Briar College, July 2005; Guest Director for THE TROJAN WOMEN at Sinclair College, Winter 2005.
. January/February 2005 - Played Morgan in THE DRAWER BOY, Human Race Theatre, Dayton; February 2005 - Played Alexander in EVERY GOOD BOY DESERVES FAVOUR, Human Race Theatre; April/May 2005 - Played George in WHO'S AFRAID OF VIRGINIA WOOLF, Cincinnati Shakespeare Festival; July/August 2005 - Played Sagredo/Cardinal Bellarmin in LIFE OF GALILEO, Shakespeare Theatre of New Jersey; November/December 2005 - Played Scrooge in A CHRISTMAS CAROL, Cincinnati Playhouse in the Park.January/February 2006 - Played Prospero in THE TEMPEST, Human Race Theatre, Dayton; March/April 2006 - Played Dylan in world premiere of THE WAYFARER'S REST, Ensemble Theatre of Cincinnati.