April 27-May 3, 2001
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Two tapped for Rome fellowships
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Two tapped for Rome fellowships

Two University instructors have received the prestigious Rome Prize. Architecture lecturer Evelyn Tickle and photographer Kevin Everson have been awarded fellowships to study and pursue their own projects in Rome.

Sponsored by the American Academy in Rome, the competition annually gives out 28 prizes in an array of artistic and scholarly fields.

Tickle, who received a joint prize with her husband, architect Alexander Kitchin, teaches a design/build studio at the School of Architecture.

Everson, a studio art professor, teaches cinematography and installation art. His project will be photographing people of African descent and repositioning these images in a variety of media.


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