Suzanne Blier bestowed chieftaincy title.

August 30, 2017

For her work on Ife art and history, Suzanne Blier was bestowed this August the chieftaincy title Otun Yeye Obalufon (“First/Right Mother of Obalufon”) by Oba Aderemi Adedapo, Secretary General of the Yoruba Council of Yoruba Obas.  


Anne Patrone

July 29, 2017

Anne Patrone graduated from Harvard College in 2004 with a degree in the History of Art and Architecture. She had completed a number of internships in historical preservation while still in college, and though the original goal was to apply her degree to this pursuit, life took a different turn. After working abroad in a completely unrelated field, Anne turned towards city planning and completed her Master's Degree in City and Regional Planning at the University of...

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Alice Engel

July 29, 2017

Alice Engel graduated from Harvard College with a degree in History of Art and Architecture in 2004, and completed an MFA in Textile Design at Rhode Island School of Design in 2007. She currently works for Tiffany & Co., where she is an Interior Designer for stores in the Europe and Japan markets. Alice is an active participant in several organizations, such as Color Association of the United States, Domaine de Boisbuchet, St. Thomas Soup Kitchen, and the BDDW Club of...

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Anna L. Dickerman

July 29, 2017

Anna L. Dickerman graduated from Harvard University in 2005 with a degree in History of Art and Architecture, magna cum laude. While at Harvard, she sought to combine her interest in the brain and mind with her love of the arts, and ultimately won a Thomas Temple Hoopes prize for her interdisciplinary senior thesis entitled: “In a Fine Frenzy: La Folie de Hugues van der Goes, a Flemish Portrait of Madness and Genius...

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Allidah Muiller

July 9, 2017

"I graduated from Harvard College in 2005 with a degree in History of Art and Architecture with high honors. While at Harvard, I honed my appreciation of works on paper as a study room assistant at the Fogg’s Mongan Center for Prints, Drawings and Photographs. My time at the Mongan Center also confirmed a lifelong interest in the intersection of art making and education. I joined the Whitney Museum’s education department after college, working in school and family programming for several years.


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Matthew Lee

July 3, 2017

Matthew Lee graduated from Harvard College in 1992 with a degree in Fine Arts, magna cum laude, and soon after stuck his diploma in the gap between the fridge and the stove so he could begin boiling peanuts in earnest. As "Matt," he collaborates with his brother, Ted, on writing projects large and small and recently founded a writing workshop to teach professional chefs how to create cookbooks of quality. Matt and Ted's "The Lee Bros. Southern Cookbook," "Lee Bros Simple Fresh...

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