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Greetings Alumni and Friends:

T he Uniiver-ity of Florida College (t Fire Arts is i
':elebi atiig its 35th anniversary tills year mand in
so doirgi1 It is fitti 13 that Itt se ofi Mumse Magazlne
is packed rio overvr tio .:vei with ey :iting news arid
stories hti in 0l uI (C allege, tac:ulty, students, and aluminii.
Indeed, we have rmuclhI to celebrate anmd rio shortage (it
Irlspilt tion.

This year, while we comrninirermorate 100 years of
Symphony Orchestra on cantpus we also celebrate
nai iy new places atid tac es. I would like to wel.orne
niteerim directors Paul Favini and Richard Heipp woho
are now leading oiur sc hoolt, of theatre + danr:e arid
art + art history, respectively. Mary o yoLJ already
know Paul and Ri.:hiard through their servi.:e as tha:ult
for our ..:ollege. In facility news, we are deligchlted to)
shore with )tou that UF has entered 2010 a- osn "All-
Steinway School" and the present a'.:odernici year with
major rerovationrs to MUB 101 ("the old band I amirTi")
and the a,:qutisitli of a miew otf-,:anipu fac,:ility fot
SA+AH's WARPhaus (534 SW 4th Ave., Gainesvillel. WARPhliats Is lnow adja,:ent to the site of UF's tIew
Inlnoviablll Hub- superr inc ubatol" Il Iesear,:h, in ovatl in an id ideas that have entiroed fI rrn UF.

ThIe college also re,:ently laiuntched a new web site (arts.ufl.edl) which helps its share our rrany
stc rles, In:lidi lng news tri r alumni and friends. Please keep in touch and sha31 e your newls witl its 3
the dat s Gatol iartion c ontiri .s to flourish around the globe.

AnllVer.aries are a time well we rerneniber arid reflect-w-v observe where we. are today by
nieaslirlng our progress since Infan:cy. But arnniversarles are also an opportunity to project toi our
tutil e, set IIew ocal5 a31d refine oclir viliorn aind dilli ncElon as we corntitiuoisly s~ek. new wav5 tEo piDepare
stldernt-artists tor their turitre.

We hope that you cor nsider beco(rrtng losesi with us as we grow intto the titure: conl visit, join o(ite
of olr filernds groups ,c ittribilte hiian,:ially to, a scholarship or progr i a or help connect our stuldernts
with resources, mentors and (,pportitlrties. Maria Gutierrez Martin and Andy Howard are always
available to' help you firid nieariiiigtul wa,; to give or become involved iIn tIhe iiistitution. Y O'u will find
our" c( contact tint nratrion on the back covemi it this public aton.

As always, I ani very pmocud -t our College mt Fine Arts taniily and itplitted by the possiblities dcawrning iIn
thie net 35 years and beyond.

Go Gators!

Luii.inda Lavelli
Dean, College ot Fine A ts

about the cover
Jayanti Seiler created the covei
for tis issue comniemoraicitingi UF s
"All-Steinjay dream that
reentli turned iito: reality
Seller is currently purrsuing hier
MFA in Studio Art (Cieative
Photography from the Lriiriversity
of Florida. 'he receied lier BFA
in Photocraphy from the Rhode
Island S'chool of Design in 2000.
Her video aind photo'griaphy
Aork hda been exhibited at
Washington State Uriiveritry
the SPE Pegional Conference at
the Museum :-I Coniteiporary
Art of Georgia. Sarasota Aits
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A Message from the Dean
Celebrate "All-Steinway"
100 Years of Orchestra
AIM for the Panhandle
College News
Art (Online) Education
Gator Nation is Everywhere
35 Things We Love
Alumni News
Extreme Makeover
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UF School of Music

enters new decade as

'AII-Steinway School'

Piano training is an essential requirement for
students in the University of Florida School
of Music, but the quality of the instruments they
have trained on has not kept up with the times
nor the high-quality of the piano program. That
all changed in December when the University of
Florida School of Music entered 2010 as an "All-
Steinway School" and the owner of the largest
collection of Steinway & Sons pianos in Florida.

UF is one of only three schools in Florida
that have obtained this designation and has
joined the ranks of esteemed music programs
in only about 55 colleges, universities and
conservatories nationwide with the All-Steinway
distinction, including The Juilliard School, Yale
University School of Music and Oberlin College
To be designated an "All-Steinway School," 90
percent or more of the acoustic
pianos owned by the institution must
be produced by Steinway & Sons.
New pianos cost between $60,000
and $110,000. The college's highest-
quality piano before the Steinway
Initiative-a 9-foot concert grand
Steinway & Sons piano used for
performances-was donated by the
Tedder family from Fort Lauderdale.
UF School of Music's "Steinway
Initiative" was formalized in 2002 by
School of Music Director John Duff,
school faculty and college adminis-
tration with the support of private
donors including UF Friends of Music.
"The piano is the foundation to the

required training of all music majors at University
of Florida, including music education," remarked
Duff. "Every student receives fundamental train-
ing in piano performance and the instruments
are also essential in all instruction including
music appreciation, theory, history and listening.
The designation of University of Florida as an
'All-Steinway School' will be a strong factor in
our ability to recruit and elevate enrollment and,
at last, our instruments will mirror the fine quality
of our student and faculty-musicians."
School of Music piano professor Kevin Orr
shared the sentiments of the keyboard faculty
team: "Quality instruments inspire students, and
put them in the best position for productive,
healthy practice. UF piano majors will finally en-
joy a quality practice piano that parallels the feel
and tone of the pianos they play in the teaching
studio and on the concert stage. Furthermore,
such a commitment by the School of Music can-
not help but generate a sense of pride among
students about the program. It's an extreme
morale booster."
The $1.23 million purchase of 61 new Steinway
& Sons pianos has been financed through a
loan to the School of Music by the University
of Florida. The School of Music will pay

This "Gatorized" Steinway model M piano is being auctioned to
benefit the School of Music. Visit: arts.ufl.edu/gatorpiano

UF International Piano Festival brought together students
and faculty from around the globe in Summer 2010.

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Local seafood industry workers and their families
enjoyed making art from healthy foods at a
community health fair, which culminated the
week-long project.

The eyes of several University of Florida
students were opened by more than just
sunshine this past spring break. The group was
exposed to a unique culture while using the arts
to deliver health messages in an area known as
Florida's "Forgotten Coast."
Instead of traveling overseas during the week off
from classes in early March, a group of artistic
Gators decided to take their efforts closer to
home. Jill Sonke, director of the UF Center for
the Arts in Healthcare (CAHRE), led a team of
fine arts students and faculty to lend aid to the
Apalachicola Bay of Franklin County in a project
titled AIM for the Panhandle.
The team spent a week collecting local oral
histories, providing free health screenings and
creating a collaborative outdoor mural to benefit
the region suffering from a struggling industry.
Even before the Gulf of Mexico oil spill of April
2010, the area's major industry, oyster harvest-
ing, was devastated by freezing weather and up-
river flooding. In February, Franklin County com-

missioners declared a local state of emergency.
Less than two weeks later, the USDA declared
the county an agricultural disaster area. The
conditions resulted in job loss for many seafood
workers, particularly oyster harvesters. Sonke
reported in March that many of the local families
lost their homes or utilities including electricity
or running water because of the lost income.
UF partnered with the local BayAid program to
provide for the emergency needs of the over
1,000 suffering families in the Apalachicola
area. Sonke said coordinating with the local
program helped the small-town community of

less than 2,500 people be more open to the
help of outsiders.

UF junior majoring in psychology Kelsey Austin
conducted oral histories in the homes of some
of the locals. Nurses from UF & Shands, led
by CAHRE's Cindy Nelly, accompanied her and
provided the free health screenings.

"The oral histories gave us a chance to go be-
yond small talk and get to know the people and
their history," Austin said.

The UF team immersed themselves in the rare
culture before and during the project. They read
several pieces of local literature prior to the trip,
and stayed with local families during the project.
Sonke said, "It is an absolutely beautiful com-
munity filled with generous people who are
concerned about each other."

By Kristie Andres

4 Kris Sullivan took the oral history of an 83-year-
old oyster industry worker.

CAHRE artist Sandra Murphy-Pak worked on the community murals. The murals were designed to move to
various locations throughout the region.

Stan Kaye applies theatrical lighting techniques to muse
and specialty projects. His students have benefited fror

Kaye and his students

think outside of the

black box
Stanley Kaye always loved theater but preferred
to be behind the scenes.
"I like to tinker," he said. "But if I were an engi-
neer that wouldn't be enough for me. I need the
soul side of things."
That's when Kaye, 53, associate professor of
lighting design in School of Theature + Dance,

turned to lighting.
"I was amazed at how
light could help advance
the story."
A Brooklyn native, Kaye
received his informal
education on Broadway,
working for theater
equipment companies by
day and doing whatever
design work he could
find in the theaters at
night. He earned his
Bachelor of Fine Arts
from Brooklyn College
and Master of Fine Arts
from the University of
Hawaii at Manoa before
eumrs, architecture going on to teach at
n broad professional Bucknell University,
Bucknell University,
Northeastern University
and the University of Nebraska.
Since his arrival at the University of Florida 11
years ago, Kaye has focused on helping his
students apply foundational theater lighting
techniques to real-world applications, such as
architecture and museum exhibitions.
"If you want to learn about light and lighting, the place
to learn it is in the theater because that's where the
most sophisticated control systems-both technically
and artistically-are found," he said.
The theater consultant and lighting expert, who
has more than 30 years experience in lighting

and academia, said recent technology has al-
lowed full-scale theatrical lighting systems to be
miniaturized for use beyond the stage.
"There's been a lot of convergence between
science, art and technology," he said. "So it's
exciting that the students' work is not isolated."
Kaye has collaborated with Luxam Inc., a
fiber optic lighting company, to apply theater
techniques at the nanoscale. He has recently
expanded his work internationally, using this
technology to illuminate exhibits in some of the
world's most prestigious museums.
But Kaye's is not the only work to have global
reach. His students also have had the opportu-
nity to travel to China, Greece, Luxembourg and
London through UF's alliance with Luxam, which
began in 2009.
"We want our students to be versed in any venue
where lighting design is applied," he said. "We
want to give them broad exposure so they have
a lot of choices. There are a lot more muse-
ums and buildings in the world than there are
In the spring, Kaye will be working on the world's
largest collection of Islamic art at the Metro-
politan Museum of Art in New York. The lighting
expert also has long-term projects in China;
Alexandria, Egypt; and New Zealand, where he
will apply his knowledge of theater lighting and
research to illuminate some of the world's most
precious objects.
By Karen Sullivan


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Pictured with Director John Duff, Stanley Drucker received an honorary Doctorate of
Music from University of Florida during the Spring Commencement Celebration.
Mr. Drucker holds the world record for longest career as a clarinetist and served 61
years with the New York Philharmonic-49 years as its principal clarinetist.

) Assistant Dean Kelly Drummond-
Cawthon presents an award to
Kevin Marshall, honoring his years
of service as director of the School
of Theatre + Dance. Marshall is
assuming the role of director of the
Center for Arts in Public Policy in

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Arnold Mesches received an honorary
Doctorate of Fine Arts from University
of Florida. Mesches has had over 125
solo exhibitions with work represented in
places such as the Metropolitan Museum
of Arts, Los Angeles County Museum,
Brooklyn Museum, and Museum of
Modern Art in Sydney. Mesches has
served as guest faculty at University of
Florida's School of Art + Art History and
lives in Gainesville with his wife, novelist
Jill Ciment.

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The Gator Nation is everywhere.

UF dancers stay on the move while touring in Masada, Israel. Participants were part of the inaugural UF in
Israel program for dance students-one of many international summer programs offered by the College of Fine Arts.

: rh- Gator Nation continues to globalize,
ni.n,; Gators are finding that art plays an
important role in cross-cultural communication.
This summer, the College of Fine Arts offered a
number of programs which gave student-artists
the opportunity to find out for themselves.
When a group of 11 non-Hebrew-speaking UF
dancers traveled to Israel to stay in a kibbutz
dance school for three weeks, they had hardly
any problems communicating. Dance was the
language they spoke.
"We shared a really great common bond and
energy," said Miriam Rosenberg, a dancer who
recently graduated from UF.
Director of the trip Neta Pulvermacher, of Israel,
grew up living in a kibbutz, which is a collec-
tive community. It inspired her to choreograph
the dance Beds, which conveys her life on the
The UF dancers performed this work in Israel
along with several others.
Another group of fine arts stu-
dents, along with some educa-
tion majors, went to Rome for
two weeks primarily to teach.
With UF's Teach the World
program, 16 UF women set
out on a mission to experience
teaching music overseas.
"The trip was a great opportu-
nity for young people to teach
in a different part of the world,"
director of the trip Russell Rob-
inson said.

They taught music classes to students in pre-
school through eighth grade at the Ambrit Inter-
national School and also helped with preparation
of an upcoming dance festival.
Back home in Gainesville, music brought to-
gether another group of international musicians
for the 2010 UF International Piano Festival. In
combining two past events-the UF Young Pia-
nists Festival and Chinese-American International
Piano Festival-37 participants, of differing ar-
tistic levels representing highly regarded music
institutions around the world, came together to
share a common passion.
For the past four years the Chinese-American
International Piano Festival has taken place in
China. This year UF decided to host.
"To come together like this is a great thing. It
motivates and inspires," said Associate Profes-
sor and festival coordinator Kevin Orr.

By Kristie Andres

,PDLad Fjviitc



The Gator Nation
There is no bond stronger than the one formed when you become
a member of The Gator Nation. In every corner of the globe,
Gators accomplish remarkable feats with innovative thinking and
inspired collaboration.

ors Finians.
Floridp\aers ctos Per n
RainbOW'- 1955

2 Florida Players
This student-run organization was created in 1932
and has played an important roll in performance
traditions at UF.

3 UF is a Creative
.. a place where students' right-brained endeavors
complement traditional left-brain education, providing a
blend of skills considered vital to their future success
as citizens in a new marketplace of ideas.

7 Online Master of Arts
in Art Education
The College of Fine Arts launched its first online
master's program in summer 2010. 'Without
compromising the traditional humanity of art making,
our graduates will empower students to express
themselves in ways not possible before," said
Professor Craig Roland.

8 Giving Back
In addition to producing thousands of hours of
individual community service, group projects engage
students in service learning, including:
* (Arts in Medicine) programs in rural Florida
communities and Rwanda
* Dance for Life-a free, therapeutic dance program
for people with Parkinson's disease

15 Aerial Dance
Students have the opportunity to "reach new heights"
in the aerial dance student organization Volaticus, a
Latin derivative for "take flight." Fitting.

16 Art in State Buildings
UF's Art in State Buildings program has a collection
of over 155 works of art on campus which extends
on campus and throughout the state. More info:

18 The Andrew
Anderson Memorial
Organ (est. 1925)

19 Our Alums

School of

Theatre + Dance

9 Voices
From glee clubs, chorales, and choruses to opera,
musical theatre and world ensembles: the power and
beauty of the voice has played an important part in the
history and culture of UF.

10 UF Digital Worlds

11 "All-Steinway"
UF School of Music entered 2010 as an "All-Steinway
School," now training student-musicians on the largest
collection of Steinway and Steinway-made pianos in
the state of Florida. To commemorate the occasion,
one retiring Steinway "model M" was completely
refurbished and "Gatorized" and will be auctioned to
benefit our music programs. More info:

13 LiveVibeTV.com


20 New World School
of the Arts
Baccalaureate degrees awarded by the
cutting-edge dance, music, theater and
visual arts programs of NWSA in Miami are
conferred by the UF College of Fine Arts.

21 NewYork,
New York
We "make it there." A number of programs
across our college allow students to study or
showcase work in the ultimate global city.

22 Our Students
Approximately 1,100 students are pursuing majors
in degrees offered by the College of Fine Arts.
Another 5,000 university students enroll in courses
and participate in various creative and cultural
opportunities offered by our college.

23 Gainesville, FL, USA
(29.665245, -82.336097)
Population: 125,000 +
Motto: "Every path begins with passion."
This city will support anyone's art habits.


4 University

5 Carillon of

6 Center for
World Arts



25 Real [Creative]
World: Reid Hall Fine
Arts Dorm

26 H.O.T. (Handbuilt or Thrown) 28 Among the Masters
Clay Sales The College of Fine Arts hosts dozens of renowned
The sceramic- and expert guest artists and presenters to campus
Theeatis makf sdet g or decor each year for masterclasses, lecture programs and
Artists make perfect gifts or decor instruction for our students.

29 Muse Magazine
Read Us Online! www.arts.ufl.edu

30 Our Faculty

31 Global Campus
Our students study and perform around the globe with
exciting international production tours, study abroad
programs, hands-on intensive and cultural exchanges.

32 The University
of Florida Fightin'
Gator Marching

SA+AH drawing students create murals at Tacacae
a residential facility in Gainesville for people with

35 College of Fine Arts
Spring commencement for the College of Fine Arts
is a special and upbeat celebration, infused with the
sights, sounds and creativity of our college.

) School of Art + Art History

33 Friends Groups
Community members and alums create close bonds
with our students and programs through involvement
with Friends of Music, Friends of Theatre and Dance,
University Gallery Guild, Gator Band Boosters,
and Gator Band Alumni organizations. For more
information: www.arts.ufl.edu

34 CAHRE: Center for
Arts in Healthcare
Research and
CAHRE presents public cultural and educational events
that explore the arts and health and promote healthy,
creative lifestyles. It is the mission of the CAHRE to Africa
facilitate research, education and training in the use
of the arts to enhance the healing process, to further a or
develop arts in healthcare as career options for artistsenl
and to promote art and creativity as catalysts for t 2010
developing healthy lifestyles.

School of Music

UF dancer nationally recognized as top choreographer

Megan Kendzior, who received
a Master of Fine Arts in
Dance from the University of Florida
this spring, was honored with the
American College Dance Festival
Association Dance Magazine Award
for Outstanding Student Choreogra-
pher for her work, Witness.

"I feel overjoyed and honored with
the success of Witness," said
Kendzior. "I visited the Auschwitz
concentration camp during August
2009. I felt compelled to speak up
for those who can no longer speak
for themselves."

Kendzior's research was funded with
a grant from the University Scholars
Program 2009-2010. The creation
of Witness was inspired by the ideas
of George Santayana, that the one
who does not remember history is
bound to live through it again. "When
you stand here, be silent. When you
leave here, be not silent," he said.

Witness premiered in the Fall BFA
Dance Showcase 2009, which


Witness, choreography by recent UF alum Megan Kendzior, was selected for
performance at the John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts for the
National College Dance Festival in May where Kendzior received top honors.

led to multiple performances at
UF and the University of Illinois,
and in New York City, Israel and
Washington, D.C., in 2010.

At the John F. Kennedy Center
for the Performing Arts in May, a
panel consisting of dance profes-
sionals viewed the 30 finalists,
selected from hundreds of works
in the National College Dance
Festival. Of the finalists, only 10

were undergraduate students.

"UF offers students world-class
opportunities to develop their
creativity. The Gator Nation can
take great pride in Ms. Kendzior's
artistic achievement which was the
first such award of distinction for
choreography for the School of
Theatre and Dance," said College
of Fine Arts Dean Lucinda Lavelli.

By Andy Howard

Witness, 2009 BFA Showcase

muse alumni blurbs

Bea Nettles, (BFA Painting, 1968) print-
maker/book artist/photographer, was
in a solo
exhibition at
the Samuel
P. Harn
of Art that
featured a
series of 46
mainly large-scale Polaroids created by
Nettles for her 1990 book, Life's Les-
sons: A Mother's Journal.

Margaret Ross Tolbert (MFA Art
1977, BFA Art 1974) is a Gainesville-
based painter, who has a new book en-
titled AQUIFERious. The book uses the
narrative and imagery of Tolbert to tell
the stories of 12 North Florida springs
and features paintings and sketches
by Tolbert, executed above and under
water at the springs.

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Jeff Suit (BFA Theatre, 1981) won an
Emmy Award for his work on MLB To-
night on the Major League Baseball Net-
work. He is also currently employed by
CBS Sports where he works on The NFL
Today and College Football Today, and
has completed network assignments on
three Olympic Games (France, Norway,
Japan), five Super Bowls, twelve Final
Fours (including the two that the Gators
won) and many other sports and news
Scott F. Hall (BFA Sculpture, 1991)
was selected to have his digital
video Cu Na Mara (Hound of the Seas)
screened at the Mikro Makro Fes-
tiva in Slupsk, Poland. The piece is
a collaboration in digital sound and
computer-generated moving image
created by Scott and his colleague Matt
Dombrowski. Scott is currently Associ-

ate Professor of Art at the University of
Central Florida.
Malena Bergmann (MFA Painting
and Drawing, 1992) is currently
featured in Suspicious Minds at The
Light Factory Contemporary Museum
of Photography and Film in Charlotte,
NC. Suspicious Minds features new
works by Jerry Uelsmann, retired
UF faculty and a major practitioner of
surreal photography dating back to
the late 1960s, as well as images by
contemporary photographers and film/
installation artists-all with different
and creative approaches to surrealist

'Extreme Makeover' gives UF alums

an opportunity to grow charitable

music school in Gainesville

&lWAle don't just teach the arts,
VV we change lives," is the
motto of Studio Percussion, a not-
for-profit music school. Its founders
and directors are University
of Florida alumni Tobin and Jill

passions intertwined and inspired
the creation of their music school.

Both in the UF marching band, Jill
played the tuba and twirled as a
Gatorette and Tobin played in the
drum line. Tobin, who also majored
in the School of Music, calls himself

Their love for the arts predates a percussionist, but he also sings,
college, but it understands most instruments and
wi s t UF plays the piano and guitar.
,..hre Jill uses her body as an instrument
| A their thrr iihh d-rn,. She minrd r

Susan Louise O'Connor (BFA Theatre
Performance, 1997) was honored
by UF in April among "Outstanding
Young Alumni" for her success on
Broadway. O'Connor is pictured at
Friends of Theatre + Dance's Splendor
2010 benefit with parents Dr. George
and Donna O'Connor, Paul Favini,
Dean Lucinda Lavelli and Tony Mata.

Ronald Keith Parks', PhD (MM Music
Composition, 1992) electroacoustic
work Fractures received its New York
premiere at the New York City Elec-
troacoustic Music Festival at the CUNY
Graduate Center. Also, Afterimage 8 for
orchestra and digital media was pre-
miered by the Charlotte Civic Orchestra
with Geoff Whitehead conducting in
Charlotte, NC, in June 2010.
Prita Meier (BA Art History, 1996) has
a MA from the University of Iowa (2000)
and a PhD from Harvard University
(2007). She was a Fellow in the Society
for the Humanities at Cornell University
for the 2009-10 academic year. In Sep-
tember 2010, she became an assistant
professor at Wayne State University.
Stephanie (Smeltzer) Poxon (MM,
1998) has accepted a position as the
Director of the Center of the Arts in
Richmond, VA. She has also recently

in dance at UF and teaches dance
lessons at their music school.

"We are both musicians and artists
and we know that our art is what
kept us out of trouble growing up
and forged who we are," Tobin said.
"Other folks need that too."

Studio Percussion, founded in June
of 2002 and declared a charitable
501c3 organization in September
2006, has been nourishing the
Gainesville community with music
and the arts since its opening.

Studio Percussion provides an
opportunity for all people to par-
ticipate in the arts, despite
financial limitations or o

served as the Book Review Editor for
American Music (2007-2009).
Karen Horton (BFA Graphic De-
sign, 2003) and Matt Sung (BFA
Graphic Design, 2004), have founded
"design:related," (designrelated.com),
a "community site and inspiration tool
that brings together creative people
from different disciplines (and parts) of
the design world." They have more than
40,000 followers on Twitter alone.
Elizabeth (Hamilton) Moore (MFA
Museology, 2003) is the Director of
Development for the Graduate School at
Virginia Tech. Elizabeth worked in a Port
au Prince hospital in with sick children
and those injured in the earthquake.
Jake Pinholster (MFA Theatre, 2003;
BFA Theatre Production, 2000) is an
assistant professor in the Arizona State
University Herberger Institute School

disabilities. The school's mission is
to encourage people to get involved
in the arts and to make involvement
possible for people regardless of

As a school and a charity, a great
amount of their energy goes into
volunteering to perform for local
events, Tobin said. And, it was this
volunteerism that earned the Wag-
staffs and their four children a home
renovation by ABC's television show
Extreme Makeover: Home Edition.

Up against more than 300 families,
the Wagstaffs were selected to
receive the home makeover.

"I think it has legitimized
us on a national scale,"
Tobin said, explaining
how the exposure from
the television show has
affected their business.
VVW are at a point now where
So.-, .:an use the exposure and
v..'lidation to grow what we
Sire doing," he said.

Ard, their doings entail more
I.i. ,...ir average music school.
FPrrr, niuch, if there's a demand
h,, it .Ir we have the resources to
rjr ,vidi ir, we do it," Tobin said. "All
:i r, ,: e,.ceptions."

By Kristie Andres

Band alums Tobin and Jill Wagstaff
were featured on ABC's television
show, Extreme Makeover:
Home Edition.

of Theatre and Film where the media
design concentration in theatre is one
of very few in the country.
Jennifer Sabo (MFA Museology, 2004)
has been the Director of Education at
the Children's Museum of Naples since
October 1, 2009. The museum will
celebrate its grand opening in January
of 2011. Sabo previously served as the
Youth Programs Manager at the Ringling
Museum of Art in Naples.
Danny Galyen (PhD Music Educa-
tion, 2005) is currently the Director of
Marching and Symphonic Bands at the
University of Northern Iowa, where he
is also chair of the Division of Large

Gator leads academics at New World School of the Arts





muse alumni blurbs

Nicholas Pallesen (BFA Voice Perfor-
mance, 2005) made his New York City
Opera debut as Sharpless in the second
cast of Madama Butterfly as part of the
2009-10 season.
Courtney Smith (BFA Dance, 2005)
founded Moving Ethos Dance Company
to further modern dance on the west
coast of Florida. (www.movingethos.
David O. Akombo (PhD Music Educa-
tion, 2006) is currently a Diversity Fel-
low and Assistant Professor of Music at
Weber State University in Utah. He has
authored several journal articles and
made presentations at local, regional
and international conferences. Akombo
has authored Music and Healing Across
Cultures (2006) and Music and Medi-
cine: Connections Found (2009).

New World School of the
Arts (NWSA) Provost Jeffrey
Hodgson graduated with a Master
of Music in piano performance from
the University of Florida in 1994.
This proud Gator was hired as
piano faculty at New World School
of the Arts in 1999 and became
the Dean of Music in 2002, before
assuming his current role as
Provost in 2009.

Hodgson reminisces about his
time at the UF School of Music and
compares the school to the town
in South Dakota where he grew up.
He described it as a welcoming and
friendly home.

"Like all groups of Gators, UF musi-
cians stick together and support
one another. Most of all, they ap-
proach everything with a sense of
humor and fun-even the classical
musicians like me," said Hodgson.

NWSA is located in
Miami, Florida, and
was created by the
Florida Legislature
as a cooperative
venture of Miami-
Dade County Public
Schools, Miami
Dade College and
the University of
Florida. The institu-

Donald DeVito (PhD Music Education,
2006; MM Music Education, 1999; BM
Music Education 1994) is the music
director at the Sidney Lanier School in
the Alachua County School District in
Gainesville, Florida. This school accom-
modates students with moderate to
profound disabilities including autism,
cerebral palsy and Down syndrome. His
music program was selected as a case
study in two upcoming books.
Lisa Iglesias (MFA Drawing, 2006)
had a show, Ain't No Grave Gonna Hold
Me Down, at the Gallery of Art and
Design at University of Central Missouri,
curated by Jeremy Mikolajczak; an
installation, Hairwork, in the Atrium Gal-
lery at the Jersey City Museum, curated
by Rocio Aranda-Alvarado; and exhibited
Everybody Likes to Dance at El Taller,
The Latin American Workshop, curated
by Christine Licata, in New York City.

B-A and BM degrees at New World School or the Arts are conferred by UI
College of Fine Arts.

tion prepares students for profes-
sional careers in dance, music,
theatre and the visual arts offering
high school and undergraduate
programs. The college students at
NWSA actually receive a Bachelor
of Fine Arts or Bachelor of Music
degree, conferred by the University
of Florida College of Fine Arts.

Kirk Moss (PhD Music Education,
2006), serves as the elected na-
tional president of the 10,000-member
American String Teachers Association.
He recently began a new academic
appointment as Associate Professor of
Music and Chair of the Music Education
Department at the Lawrence University
Conservatory of Music.
Wesley Berg (MFA Painting, 2007),
Anna Kell (MFA Painting, 2009), and
Heidi Landau (BFA Drawing, 2006)
were all featured in the show The 2009
Winter Group Show: New Works from
Emerging Artists in Drawing & Painting
at 3rd Ward in Brooklyn, NY.
Robert Chastain (BM Music Composi-
tion, 2007) was the recipient of the
Susan and Ford Schumann Fellowship
to the Aspen Summer Music Festival
and School. His composition, Gravity's
Relentless Pull, was premiered at the
festival in August while his orchestral
work, Lemaitre's Big Noise, was read by
the Academy of Conducting Orchestra.

"We have interactive programs with
the UF College of Fine Arts, and I
hope even more people can learn
about the important role NWSA
plays in the state and as part of
the University of Florida," said

By Lauren Ophaug

Pictured above with David Waybright,
former Fightin' Gator Marching
Band Director Frank Wickes and
alumna Linda Moorhouse (BM Music
Education, 1984) were inducted into
the University of Florida Bands Hall
of Fame in 2010. Moorhouse joined
the University of Illinois in the fall of
2010 as a Visiting Associate Professor
of Music. She conducts the University
of Illinois Wind Orchestra and teaches
courses in instrumental conducting.
Prior to her UI appointment, she
served as faculty at Louisiana State
University for over 20 years.

Christina L. Reitz (PhD Music, 2007;
MM 2002), assistant professor of music
at Western Carolina University, will be
published in the forthcoming edition of
the International Alliance of Women in
Music Journal reviewing the premiere of
Jennifer Higdon's piano concerto with
the National Symphony Orchestra.
Kyle Rowan (BM Music Composition,
2007) received premieres in February
of a new chamber orchestra piece,
Cross sections, by the University of
Illinois New Music Ensemble, and in
April of a new clarinet choir piece,
Northwest Corner, by the UI Clarinet
Ensemble. This fall, he is beginning
studies toward his PhD at the University
of California, San Diego.

Lauren Nordvig (BFA Theatre, 2008)
recently appeared in the New York
premiere of Passion Play by acclaimed
playwright Sarah Ruhl, produced by Obie
Award-winning Epic Theatre Ensemble
and directed by Mark Wing-Davey.

Alena Holmes (PhD Music Education,
2009) is an Assistant Professor and
Coordinator of Music Education at the
University of Wisconsin-Whitewater. She
is increasingly active in presenting both
at national and international levels.

Crystal Runk (BFA Dance, 2009)
interned at the John F. Kennedy Center
for the Performing Arts in Washington,
D.C. She is now a member of Black
Label Dance and is living and perform-
ing in Minneapolis/St. Paul.

Kent Barrett (MFA Theatre, 2010)
is Assistant Scenic Designer in David
Korn's studio in New York City currently
working on Godspell, The Wiz, Lom-
bardi, Little Miss Sunshine the Musical
and Bring it On for Broadway, as well
as various commercial and industrial
shows. Kent designed the spring 2010
season for the Hippodrome Theatre in

Leslie Curell (MFA Theatre, 2010) and
Martha Carter (BFA Lighting Design,

2010) spent the summer at the Wil-
liamstown Theatre Festival where Curell
served as the Assistant Technical Direc-
tor and Carter was a lighting intern.

Chris Sharp (PhD Music Composition,
2010) premiered Cradle of Civilization
for wind ensemble, and Quadrants, a

was awarded his sixth consecutive
ASCAPlus award from ASCAP for
sales of his concert and jazz band
publications. He now has over 100
published works in catalogs.

Pictured back left, George Salazar (BFA Musical Theatre,
2008) is playing the role of Otto in the 2010-2011
national tour of Spring Awakening.

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know that your gifts have
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Anna M. Calluroi-Holcombe & Roy Nelson
& Connie D. Caranasos
I, & David W. Castine
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Karen J. Crago-Slater
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Douglas D. Dankel II
Rick & Lynda S. Davis
Teresa A. Dolan & Stanley H. Given II
Domino's Pizza
Polly & Paul L. Doughty
Ronald E. & Shirley A. Drury
Carolyn L. Duignan
John F. Edmunds
Ember's Wood Grill
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Stuart H. & Jo Ann T. Farb
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Susan M. Feagin
Carol E. Felsing
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Carol D. Finlayson
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Florida Citrus Sports Events, Inc.
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Anita G. Fugatt
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Ellen R. &Jim Gershow
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Ginnie Springs Outdoor LLC
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Asa L. Godbey, Jr.
Andrea Goldberg
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Sibet S. & James R. Grantham
Great Frame Up
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Jack C. & Margaret S. Guistwhite
Jennifer B. & Peter C. Gyr

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Richard C. & San A. MacAdams-Heipp
Marie Henderson
Kathleen L. & Robin Hendrickson
Katherine L. & Andrew M. Hendrixson
Rebecca M. Hoover
Joel F. & Sherry N. Houston
Byron M. Hughes
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Robert K. Hutchinson & Meg A. Niederhofer
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Hyundai Lincoln Mercury of Gainesville
Sue E. Jester
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Cheryl A. & Patrick Kennedy
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MiaL. &Jae B. Kim
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Guolong Lai
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Maurice D. & cole M. Levy
Roslyn F. & Norman S. Levy
Michael L. Lonier
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Charles W. Luetke
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Marilyn J. Maple (d)
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Edward L. Souza
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Russell P. Spivey
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Tiza Garland
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Robert W. & Martine L. Moore
Thomas H. & Barbara M. Moore
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Ed & Norma J. Nordyke
Sigurd J. & Mrs. Lejene M. Normann
Rosana C. Northover
Northwest Grille
: , Oberdorfer
George A. & Donna J. OConnor
Kemi C. Odulana
Frank A. & Wendy E. Offerle
S.11 I I P h I. i Otero, Jr.
John A. Park
Arthur F. & Sandra S. Parker
John F. & Josephine L. Patterson
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Pet Paradise
Donald R. Pettnelli
Joseph R. & Mrs. Philomena M. Pisani
Neta Pulvermacher
Francis E. Putz & Claudia Romero
Quality Cleaners
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Jaquelyn L. & Michael B. Resnick
Susan P & Paul A. Robell
Celeste A. Roberge
David P. Robinson
Maria K. Rogal
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Holly J. Skinner
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Deanna Snow
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Stephanie N. Tyler
Marlene J. Udell
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Anna G. Walker
Breanne A. Ward
Julie Warmke-Robitaille
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Julie White
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Judith F. Wilson
Steven B. i- i Witmer
Michael R. 11
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Robert P. & Sherilyn K. Wood
Tammy G. & Thomas W. Wright, M.D.
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