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Abby Ley ’01

“Scripps College has made me all the more appreciative of openness and challenge; qualities that I view as essential cornerstones in education.”

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Melanie Nakaue ’01

“Scripps afforded me with a new way of seeing things; it opened my horizons to a different type of criticality that not only centers around the questioning of institutional precepts, but how to subvert them as well.”

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Jennifer Brown ’00

“The support, encouragement and, of course, formal education I received from my professors and peers at Scripps College continue to resonate in my professional and personal life.”

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Teale Hatheway ’00

Teale Hatheway is a mixed media painter living in and working about Los Angeles. Teale studied painting at Scripps College, Claremont, and The Slade School of Fine Art, London, receiving her BA in 2000.

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Mitra Abbaspour ’99

As an Associate Curator at MoMA, Mitra leads a multifaceted research project to examine MoMA’s holdings of the Thomas Walther Collection of interwar European and American photography with a two-armed approach.

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Anne Marie Purkey Levine ’98

“The Wilson Internship in collections management at the Williamson Gallery helped me to launch my career in the museum field, and my Scripps education provided me with analytical tools that have proven invaluable in navigating my way through the challenging (but rewarding!) profession of non-profit arts administration.”

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Stacy Brown ’97

“One advantage of attending a small liberal arts college is being able to have quality interaction with the staff. Professor MacNaughton and some of the other professors in the art history program at Scripps were real mentors to me, and gave me the practical tools and advice that I needed to pursue a museum career.”

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Monica Furmanski ’96

While attending Scripps College from 1993 to 1996 Monica worked with the internationally recognized artist John Baldessari as well as several of Scripps College’s fine art faculty, Nancy Macko, Susan Rankaitis, and Hillary Mushkin.

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Victoria Hsiang-Ling Huang ’96

“My Scripps education has been very meaningful. The interdisciplinary humanistic approach combined with rigorous training in the field of my interest — Asian art history — enabled me to develop critical thinking skills, creative vision and capacity to work both independently and collaboratively.”

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Anne Iverson ’94

“”I had the wonderful opportunity of growing up in Europe and Asia and of experiencing their art and cultures first hand. It was the exciting challenge of my rich experience at Scripps, however, that ignited my passion for Art History and lead me to develop the tools needed to pursue a successful career in the […]

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