Alumni Arts Hall Of Fame: Celebrating Our Most Talented!

The Alumni Arts Hall of Fame was established in 2015 to recognize and honor alumni (living or deceased) who have made significant contributions to the arts either as performing or practicing artists/performers in individual disciplines.

Georgia Shreve describes herself as multi-passioned. “I love imagery, I love music and I love words,” she said. A composer, fiction writer, playwright and poet, Shreve often blends music, words and images in her work.

For example, one of her multimedia arrangements, performed at Carnegie Hall in 2014, was inspired by a poem by Wallace Stevens called “The Man with a Blue Guitar.” This, in turn, was inspired by Picasso’s painting, “The Old Guitarist.” Shreve wove 22 etchings by the British artist David Hockney into the performance, amplifying the music with both the images and the verse.

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Alumni Arts Hall Of Fame Past Inductees

The Alumni Arts Hall of Fame was established in 2015 to recognize alumni (living or deceased) who have made significant contributions to the arts either as performing or practicing artists in individual disciplines.

Leonard Sullivan '97

2020 Honoree: Broadway Performer

Josh Moulton ’96

2019 Honoree: Painter

Cybelle Codish '94

2018 Honoree: Professional Photographer

Michelle “Mitch” McCabe '89

2017 Honoree: Documentary Filmmaker

Gilda Radner '64 LIG

2016 Honoree: Award Actress and Comedian

Julie Harris '44 CDS

2015 Honoree: Award-Winning Film and Theater Actress