The Fine Arts Society – Ring Out the Old Board, Ring in the New!

12 May

Tremendous thanks to this year’s stellar Fine Arts Society executive board — Co-Presidents Valerie Itteilag and Nora Gorman, Treasurer and Secretary Alexandra Guglielminetti, Marketing Chair Daria Zlobina, and Board Members Sarah Bigler, Ozana Plemenitash, Oriana Mansur, and Elizabeth Fazzare — for steering the club with such remarkable energy and for putting together a truly impressive program of events for the 2014-15 academic year (see our February 23rd, 2015 blogpost). And congratulations and best wishes to all of the executive board members who are graduating this year: we in the Department of Art History will miss you and hope that you will keep in touch.

It is a pleasure to introduce the club’s executive board for the 2015-16 academic year:

Co-Presidents:

Sarah Bigler (Art History; Media, Culture and Communications minor ’16)

Ozana Plemenitash (Art History; French minor ’16)

Secretary:

Alexandra Gulglielminetti (Art History/Journalism; South Asian Studies/Italian minor ‘16)

Treasurer:

Rex Wei (‘17)

Marketing Chair:

Emma Holter (Art History; Creative Writing/English Literature minor ‘17)

Board Members:

Marissa Nadeau (Art History; Italian/Creative Writing minor ‘16)

Daniela Mayer (Art History/Journalism ‘16)

Camila Cury (Media, Culture and Communications; Art History minor ‘17)

Chloe Choi (Chemistry ‘16)

It is wonderful to see so many returning executive board members. Many thanks to all of you for your willingness to serve on the board of our CAS student club.

 

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