Studio Arts Program Coordinator
Department of Art and Art History
Sage Art Center
B.F.A. Indiana University of Pennsylvania, Indiana, PA
M.F.A California College Of Art, San Francisco, CA
Stephanie began her position as the Studio Arts Program Coordinator in 2006. She is responsible for the day-to-day management of studio art studies at the University, a role that includes working with faculty to ensure the curricular goals of the department are met, managing departmental budgets, making certain the facilities are scheduled appropriately and supervising the studio manager and work study students. Before coming to the University of Rochester, Stephanie worked at Syracuse University and the Rochester Institute of Technology.
Stephanie exhibits her work nationally and has recently shown her work in San Francisco, New Haven and Pittsburgh. She was recently part of the In and Around Western New York Exhibition curated in conjunction with the Albright Knox Museum in Buffalo. Her work has been described as "sculpture of the big, constructed sort" which is usually combined with a performative or video element.