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Art & Art History Department Bridge-Year Fellows

Samantha Goodale Efroymon Fellow Art

Samantha Goodale '19
During her time as a student at DePauw University, Samantha completed a double-major in Art (Studio) and Economics as well as a minor in the French language.
As an artist that specializes in painting but also has interest in many different mediums such as drawing, print-making, and ceramics, Samantha hopes to spend this year devoting a majority of her time to exploring and learning about different techniques and mediums while developing a stronger portfolio. She is acting as a teaching assistant for the upper-level painting course led by Professor John Berry. Samantha also assists around the Art and Art History Department by helping plan and execute events and giving tours when needed. She plans to hold figure drawing sessions with models as a means to give students extra opportunities to develop and refine their drawing and/or painting skills.

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Jordan Horton '19
While at DePauw University, Jordan was an Art History major with double minors in Studio Art and Museum Studies. Horton has centered her focus in contemporary art of the Americas as well as institutional critique and accessibility and inequity in the art world. 
For the time of her fellowship, Jordan is applying to fellowships and graduate schools as well as expanding her research and craft of art history in the hope of pursuing her career even further. 

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Oscar Morel '19

During his time as a student at DePauw University, Oscar completed a double-major in Studio Art and Computer Science.  Oscar was a Posse Scholar as well as a Bonner Scholar. As an artist, he specializes in painting and sculpture but is also fond of digital art; specifically in audio production.  Oscar also works as a teaching assistant for the upper-level Sculpture class with professor Lori Miles.  After this year, Oscar plans to pursue an MFA in visual art or finding mixed media opportunities with visual art and computer science.

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Morgan Stamper '19

As a student, Morgan was a double major in Classical Civilization and Computer Science, a national officer for Eta Sigma Phi honor society, and officer of DePauw’s Classics Club.  This year Morgan is continuing her work in Registration from her time as a volunteer in addition to giving tours of the exhibitions to individuals and classes, working with volunteers, organizing events such as yoga and meditation in the gallery, and helping students who want to use the collection for class or research. 

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Kendall Brewer '18

Meghan Hennessey '18

Tiffany Miller '18