a showcase for alumni creators
Mixed Media by Leah Horton ’18
  • Inspired

With The Human Collection — which she founded at age 16 — the Parsons School of Design graduate crafts a diverse range of textiles, custom cards, commissioned artwork and fashion pieces.

Cello Performances by Quenton Blache ’19
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The cellist and composer shares his solo performance of “Schelomo: Rhapsodie Hébraïque” with the USC Thornton Symphony and an original work for piano trio, “afloat.”

Expressionist Art by Emily Taylor Farrell ’01
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A search for balance and harmony, Farrell’s art is characterized by vibrant use of color and expressive strokes, communicating a range of emotions that create a unique viewer experience.

Data Visualization by Rashaad Ratliff-Brown ’13
  • Inspired

Pursuing a master’s in Interdisciplinary Data Science — a field that combines domain knowledge, statistics and machine learning — he plans a career in the tech, financial tech or automotive industry.

Pottery by Judi Munn ’80
  • Inspired

Inspired by early American folk potters — and a few Ravenscroft art teachers — she produces whimsical work at the Ozark Folk Center State Park in Arkansas.