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Rhianne Lowe

Rhianne Lowe is a senior architecture studies major with a Chinese and studio arts minor.  Before attending the University of Pittsburgh, she grew up in Turkey and then moved to Taiwan where she graduated from high school. Living overseas has been the most rewarding experience because it exposed her to many different people and places, which have been strong influences in her work. Her interest in architecture and the fine arts has led her to start exploring theatrical scenic design.

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Kaley Kilpatrick

Kaley Kilpatrick is a Junior at the University of Pittsburgh.  She is pursuing a History of Art & Architecture major, Italian and Museum Studies minors, and a Medieval & Renaissance Studies Certificate.  Kaley enjoys celebrating Italian tradition as an officer of the Pitt Italian Club, advocating for Pitt transfer students as a member of Tau Sigma Honor Society, and serving fellow HAA majors as a Teaching Assistant for Foundations in Art History.

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Joanna Kemp

Joanna Kemp is currently a senior at the University of Pittsburgh and will graduate in the spring with a major in The History of Art and Architecture and a minor in Museum Studies. Last spring, she interned with the University Art Gallery, assisting with their educational programming, community outreach, and social media presence. Joanna began working at The Andy Warhol Museum this summer, where she works in the galleries and behind the admissions desk.

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Grace Kelly

Grace Kelly is studying History of Art and Architecture with a minor in Spanish and a certificate in Latin American Studies. Her interests lie in the globalization of the art world and specifically how “peripheral” nations are represented in different exhibition contexts. She is currently doing her Honor’s Thesis on “Issues of Art Representation and Historical Interaction: Latin American Art Exhibitions in the U.S.

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Sean Keffer

I am currently in my fourth year of schooling and my second year at the University of Pittsburgh in the Architectural Studies design track major. I have been interested in architecture from a young age and always knew it was what I wanted to become. In particular, I have been attracted to many types of architecture including gothic and todays works by many different starchitects.

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Drew Hohenwarter

Drew Hohenwarter is a senior Architectural Studies major, minoring in studio arts. He works as a graphic designer for The Pitt News, is a web design intern at Seahawk Studio, and serves as the senior representative for the Pitt chapter of AIAS (American Institute of Architecture Students). Drew has been a teaching assistant for ‘Approaches to the Built Environment’ and ‘Architectural Studies Seminar’.  His work was featured on the cover of Forbes & Fifth in the Fall of 2013.

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Meghan Hipple

I am a sophomore pursuing a degree in Art History with minors in Studio Art and Museum Studies. I graduated with honors from Hempfield Area Senior High School in Greeensburg, PA. I'm interested in exhibition design and museum education, specifically with an interest in making contemporary art more understandable and less intimidating for the public. I work at the Carnegie Museum of Art in a program called ARTventures talking with children and families about art.

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Kevin Fernando

Kevin is a senior at the University of Pittsburgh, where he is majoring in the History of Art and Architecture, and Architectural Studies, with minors in Studio Arts, and Museum Studies.  During his sophomore year, Kevin made the switch from pre-med to the humanities and interned at the architectural offices of Murray J. Miller, while presenting at HAARCH for a collaborative installation piece constructed for Approaches to the Built Environment.

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James DiBitetto

James DiBitetto is a senior at the University of Pittsburgh. History of Art and Architecture is one of his three majors, along with Neuroscience and Economics. He is currently writing an honors thesis in both HAA and Neuroscience and plans to graduate with honors from all three of my majors. While at Pitt, his achievements have come from a variety of areas. For the past three years, he has served as a Resident Assistant, helping to mentor and protect students living in the residence halls.

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Liyi Chen

Originally from China, Liyi Chen has studied in Canada, Austria and France. Now she is a junior at the University of Pittsburgh pursuing a History of Art and Architecture major and double minor in Studio Arts and Museum Studies. Liyi is interested in Visual Studies, Museum Management and cross-cultural comparison. She was a staff writer for University of Pittsburgh at Johnstown (UPJ) campus newspaper, The Advocate, she was a calculus tutor at UPJ Academic Success Center.

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