April 16, 2012
An Alum Making it Big – You Can GiveBig
In her final year at the New York Academy of Art, Aleah Chapin (AR ’08) has just been named one of four finalists for the prestigious BP Portrait Award at the National Portrait Gallery.
London Art News highlighted Aleah’s portrait, Auntie. The winner will be announced on June 19 and the related exhibition runs June 21 through September 23. Learn more about the BP Portrait Award here.
Aleah is just one example of the amazing Cornish alums working in all arts disciplines around the world. You can help launch the career of the next generation of artists by making a donation to support Cornish as part of the Seattle Foundation’s GiveBig Day on May 2.
On that day only, your gift will be partially matched by the Seattle Foundation. Simply visit our profile on the Seattle Foundation website and click on the “Donate Now” icon - it’s easy! Don’t miss this chance to stretch the impact of your donation.
Image: Aleah Chapin. Photo by Eric Swangstu.
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