Marc Leuthold '80 prepares the Potter Gallery floor with a calligraphy-style painting before displaying his sculpture in the spring 2008 exhibit, Fault. Photo credit: YEE-FUN YIN
Making it in the music business is a daunting task, but these four Taft alumni are carving their own paths as professional musicians and creating beautiful music that satisfies their souls.
Trombonist Freddy "Fuego" Gonzalez '05, who also plays flute and piano. JEN DEV / WWW.JENDEV.US
For nearly 20 years, the Rockwell Visiting Artists Program has helped bring the arts to life at Taft.
Hand-blown glass objects created during a visiting artist's class on glassblowing. Photo credit: Robert Falcetti
Michael Klein '10
The diversity of Klein’s role as a project engineer for AMEC Foster Wheeler, an international engineering and project management firm specializing in energy and infrastructure, keeps him excited about being a civil engineer.
Ashley Wilberding Balavione '90
As a perfumer for the leading privately owned fragrance company in the world, Ashley Wilberding Balavoine ’90 gets to create the scents that, whether we realize it or not, are in products that most of us use every day. Balavoine has to keep abreast of the trends in fragrance, which are very connected to each culture, and vary by country.
Karina Corrigan '88
As the Peabody Essex Museum’s H.A. Crosby Forbes Curator of Asian Export Art, Karina Corrigan ’88 is charged with overseeing the world’s most comprehensive collection of fine and decorative art made in Asia for export to the West.