Alumnae in the News

Samuel Sattin, MFA ’09, discusses the art of comics storytelling

In conversation with fellow comic book author Mat Johnson, Sattin talks about the differences between writing prose and comics, the outcome of the recent presidential election, the end of the world, and more.

Paste Quarterly, December 6, 2016

Nora Chipaumire-Sanders, MA ’00, MFA ’02, tackles the question, “Why is the black male so feared?”

Through dance, Zimbabwe-born choreographer Chipaumire explores the stereotypes and realities of African masculinity, performing to standing ovations alongside two male dancers who represent her estranged father.

The Michigan Daily, November 17, 2016

Missoula Museum of Art to showcase works by Willem Volkersz, MFA ’67

In a local interview, the former Montana State University art professor contrasts his poignant early childhood memories of Nazi-occupied Amsterdam with his enthusiasm for lighthearted American kitsch and pop art as an immigrant to the United States.

Missoula Independent, November 10, 2016

Carmen Roman, MFA ’13, wins for Best Documentary at San Francisco Dance Film Festival

The director and choreographer was honored for her film Inheriting a Legacy, which highlights the dance traditions of African descendants in the vibrant town of El Carmen, Peru.

Mills Newsroom, November 2, 2016

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