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Full text of "Commencement program, 1971"

95th Commencement Philadelphia College of Art May 28, 1971 



Digitized by the Internet Archive 

in 2011 with funding from 

LYRASIS Members and Sloan Foundation 



http://www.archive.org/details/commencementprog1971phil 



"Procession 



"Invocation 



Welcoming Remarks 



Special Award to Richard Hood 



Alumni Award to Sidney Goodman 



Conferring the Honorary Degree 
of Doctor of Fine Arts upon 
Howard A. Wolf 



Conferring the Honorary Degree 
of Doctor of Fine Arts upon 
Alexey Brodovitch (Posthumously) 



Gold Star Award to 
Ivan Chermayeff 



Commencement Address 



Conferring of Degrees, Certificates 
and Prizes 



Closing Remarks 



'Benediction 



'Recessional 



"Audience Will Rise 



Reverend Ronald G. Lutz, Pastor 
Church of the Brethren 

George D. Culler, President 



Presented by George R. Bunker 
Dean of Faculty 

Presented by Morris Berd 
Co-chairman, Painting Department 

Presented by George D. Culler 



Presented by Kenneth Hiebert 
Chairman, Graphic Design Department 
Accepted by Irving Penn 



Presented by Richard H. Reinhardt 
Dean of Administration 



Ivan Chermayeff 



Presented by H. Ober Hess 
Chairman, Board of Trustees 



George D. Culler 



Reverend Ronald G. Lutz 



Degrees 

The following students have successfully met the 
course requirements as established by the Faculty. 

Degrees conferred May 28, 1971 
Master of Arts in Art Education 



Master of Design in Community Design 



Bachelor of Fine Arts in Art Education 



Bachelor of Fine Arts in Craft 



Barbara Lea Blinder 

Hedda Nach Cecchine 

Louise Margaret Oppenheimer Flax 

Patricia Forman 

Aurora Vannelli Gold 

Kyung Choi Lee 

Joseph L. Oppecker 

Stephen Robert Schaffzin 

Rosa J. Serota 

Carolyn Weinstein Shapiro 

Maria Middleton Skinner 

William James Thomas 

Jeanne E. Walton 

Juris George Brilts 
Robert Bruckman 
Sanderson Caesar 
John R. Johnson 

Charlotte Gale Anderson 
Dale Corwyn Beitzel 
Rochelle Berk 
Patricia Ann Bruenn 
Karen Brunner 
Rosemary M. Cellini 
Alyse Glick 
Alice Greenberg 
Jirgil Gugajew 
Pauline Lomell 
Eileen Patricia McKnight 
Faith S. Paffett 
Bernice Karen Speier 
Susan Toplitz 
Bette Wells 
Douglas M. Wipf 

Jonathan Graham Bonner 
Susan W. Haag 
Mark H. Harper 
Emma Huntley 
Deborah Kaplan 



Bachelor of Science in Environmental Design 



Bachelor of Fine Arts in Fabric Design 



Bachelor of Fine Arts in Graphic Design 



Judith Keller Kaplan 
Claudia Ann Kuehnl 
Jeanne Davis Mabus 
Theodore J. Mabus 
Paul Lemuel McKoy 
Winifred Rita Owens 
Ellen Pine 

Stephen James Ripper II 
James Thomas Scott 
Karl Christian Seemuller 
Emily Bolster Sohier 
Cathy Nina Wilder 

Elizabeth Hope Bacon 
Leslie Roger Bishop 
Sheryl I. Brand 
John Joseph Eisele 
Isaac J. Foy, Jr. 
Nicholas John Johnson 
Lowell Russell Patton III 
Thomas Mercein Provenzano 
Jeanne Marie Zukoski 

Ellen Bernstein 
Kathleen Wales Ducharme 
Lynn Marcia Felsher 
Jane Elizabeth Messick 
Leonard A. Moskowitz 
Dinah C. Pearson 

Pamela Diane Benson 
Howard A. Brunner, Jr. 
Roger Davidoff 
Marjorie Derezin 
Carol Catherine DiMino 
Anthony Garcia 
Joseph R. LaFaver 
John Frederick Laub 
Ellen Joy Morrison 
Beverly Osher 
Salvatore J. Panasci 
Eric H. Porter 
llene Terry Rubin 
Howard Joel Silverman 
Allen Singer 
Stephen L. Smith 
Barbara Solot 
Jason Dean Van Holland 



Bachelor of Fine Arts in Illustration 



Bachelor of Science in Industrial Design 



Edith Weinstein 
Izhar Zik 

Tun Nay Aung 

Bonnie Schroeder Blankenship 

Bruce William Bulger 

Jacquelyn Diotte 

Janice M. Doerler 

Gary Steven Dollar 

Gail Erich 

Diana Jean Ethel Freedman 

John E. Gaydos 

Grace Gilbert 

Kathleen Phyllis Heiden 

Lynn Hekeler 

Ronald Herman 

Elayne Carol Kracoff 

David Edwin Lind 

Thomas Michael Loughlin 

William Albert Mapes 

Linda Louise Meyer 

Wayne Franklin Michaud 

Ann Marie Mozier 

Gail Marie Pearson 

Kerry Rowe Pinkston 

Dianne F. Rogers 

J. Stacy Rogers 

Philip Sehenuk 

John Miles Simon 

Dennis Ray Steele 

Robert Leslie Taylor 

Carol Rugh Ashton 

Shraga Berenfeld 

Nicholas Philip Boonin 

William Wesley Boothe, Jr. 

Robert L. Borucki 

Valentine Richard Connell 

Pascal J. Diebold 

Carl J. Erich 

Robert J. Fickenscher 

John A. Flick 

Derek James Green 

Edmund Maurice Green, Jr. 

David L. Manker 

Kathryn Paula Miller 

Joseph Anthony Nicholson, Jr. 

Steven George Sykora 



Bachelor of Fine Arts in Interior Design 



Bachelor of Fine Arts in Painting 



Bachelor of Fine Arts in Photography (Motion Picture) 



Neil D.Terk 

John Franklin Troxell, Jr. 
Lawrence P. Watson 
Gerald Martin Wiseman 
David Warner Wolfe 

Lydia Aureli Pollack 

Deborah Abromson 

Jan Carles Baltzell 

David Rush Brown 

Maria Carlota Brueckner 

Carol Ann Clamer 

Ronna Allen Doerstling 

John P. Dougherty 

Martha Eberbach 

Ellen Christine Fischer 

Frederick S. Fischer 

Cordelia Marie Fisher 

Mark Seth Fox 

Clara Fransel 

Steven Frederick Green 

Mark Ernst Karnes 

Anne Marie Hahn Kayser 

Sandra Kernis 

Deborah Ann Greenberg Luken 

Brigid Eileen McCarthy 

Randolph Edward Michener 

Lucinda Bretney Miller 

Patricia Anne North 

Mary Jo Pohland 

Barbara L. Sosson 

P. Beatrice Soteros 

Susan Steiman 

Lynette Eileen Swanson 

Lawrence Lucien Tschopp 

Rebecca Douglass Whatley 

Suzanne Colette Williams 

Betty Wolf 

Jane Lois Yosen 

Howard Alan Goldberg 
David Jonathan Haeseler 
Frank J. Huttinger 
Phyllis Elaine Jones 
Warren Gerard Muller 
Kathy Rose 
Kathryn Riley Rubin 



Bachelor of Fine Arts in Photography (Still) 



Bachelor of Fine Arts in Printmaking 



Bachelor of Fine Arts in Sculpture 



Evening Division 

Associate in Arts in Illustration 

Certificate in Advertising Design 



Terence Dillon Brown 
Christopher A. Carter 
John Victor DiMino 
Alan D. Eastman 
Maria Richmond Franklin 
David Alvin Gentry 
Howard Frank Glazer 
John J. Hebda 
Vivian Denise Huff 
Eileen Lambert 
John Alfred Macki 
William Charles Mohr 
William Anderson Rawley 
Laura Jane Rosen 
Lynda Anne Rufo 
David W. Usner 
Kathryn Weill 

Eric Michael Gardner 
Barbara Faith Glass 
Charles William Kaplan 
Caryn Joy Neff 
Katherine Ruben 
Nancy Southworth 
Sherrill Janis Wilson 

Mary Boone Chambers 
Joel P. Charles 
Cecelia Anne Condit 
Stephen Morris Fine 
Susan Lee Gehrke 
Lynn A. Hansell 
Nils Arvid Hill 
Joseph Kalmowitz 
Michael Jay Kaplan 
David Gene Kulp 
Peter Lentini 
Ronald Silvio Pompei 
Susan Spero 
Anthony Scott Taber 
Diane Marie Winters 

Ernest Fields 

John B. Satterthwaite 

Eleanor Louise Applegate 
Gary Battese 
Peter F. Kurek, Jr. 



Certificate in Fashion Illustration 
Certificate in Illustration 

Certificate in Interior Design 

Certificate in Photography 

Degrees conferred January, 1971 

Master of Arts in Art Education 

Bachelor of Fine Arts in Art Education 



Bachelor of Fine Arts in Graphic Design 



Bachelor of Fine Arts in Illustration 



Bachelor of Science in Industrial Design 



Bachelor of Fine Arts in Painting 



Bachelor of Fine Arts in Photography 
Bachelor of Fine Arts in Sculpture 

Degree conferred July, 1970 

Master of Arts in Art Education 



Miriam McCarron 

Henry R. Harris 
James Charles Kille 

Deborah Shapiro 

Richard Lee Good 

Giovanni Aiello 

Richard Danser 
Margaret Gray Evans 
Joan Harleman Henning 
Jeanette M. Johnson 
Joseph Thomas Johnson 
David P. Okum 

Jerry Alten 

Gregory Timothy Knott 
Vincent Daniel Kollar 
George Stephen Lyster 

John G. Gist 
Lillian Maria Kotok 
Frank Nettis 
Dale Stephen Osmun 

Norman Fumio Ikeda 
Kenneth Eric Weiland 

lelyne Michele Claxton 
Deborah Jane Gordon 
Scott Johnson 
Stephen Luken 
Mel Marmer 
Mary Kathryn Mish 
Maria Banguole Raugas 
Burton Eric Van Deusen, Jr. 

Michael Kurgansky 
Martin C. Lian 

Phillip R. DeGenova 
James Pelto 
Rosemarie Viggiano 

Arlene Lois Gostin 



Awards 

Graphic Design Department 

Elmer O. Aaron Award in Graphic Design 
The Composing Room Awards 

Illustration Department 

William H. Ely Travel Award for 
Excellence in Illustration 

Marcel Vertes Memorial Award to a Senior Whose 
Drawing of the Human Figure has been Outstanding 

The New Masters Award 

Alfred A. Liberi Memorial Prize for 
High Accomplishment in Illustration 



Industrial Design Department 

Jacob Labe, Jr. Memorial Award 
for Industrial Design 



Painting Department 

Gimbel Prize in Painting 

Bocour Prize in Painting 

Stuart M. Egnal Prize in Painting 

The New Masters Award 

Winifred Cantor Memorial Gift to a Graduate 
with the Highest Accomplishments in Painting 

Printmaking Department 

The Print Club Prize 

Sculpture Department 

The McCracken Award for a Welded Sculpture 



Kathy Lynn Kuhl 

Jeffrey Michael Natkin (First) 
Beverly Osher (Second) 



J. Stacy Rogers 

Philip Sehenuk 

Lane Hamilton Yerkes 
Kerry Rowe Pinkston 



Joseph Anthony Nicholson, Jr. 



Mark Seth Fox 
Linda Shelton Stoudt 
Mark Ernst Karnes 
Bruce Allen Stiglich 
John P. Dougherty 



Nancy Southworth 



Annette Marie Fougnies 



The Philadelphia College of Art was established in 1876 in 
response to the interest in art and art education which was 
stimulated by the Centennial Exposition of that year. 
Originally, it was a corporate part of the Pennsylvania Museum 
and School of Industrial Art. At that time, as now, the primary 
function of the School was the professional education of artists 
and designers to meet the growing needs of industry. 

In 1893, the College moved to its present site at Broad and 
Pine Streets in central Philadelphia. Advances and alterations 
in the institutional character and purpose of the College are 
reflected in the successive name changes adopted in this 
century: 1939, Philadelphia Museum and School of Industrial 
Art; 1948, Philadelphia Museum School of Art; and in 1959, 
Philadelphia Museum College of Art, in recognition of 
accreditation by the Middle States Association of Colleges 
and Secondary Schools. In 1964, when the College's long 
affiliation with the Museum finally ended, it adopted its 
present name: Philadelphia College of Art. 

From its inception, the College has been a pioneer in the 
field of design in industry. Through the years, the educational 
program has been expanded to educate artists in many other 
areas. Today, the College offers courses in all branches of the 
fine arts, in art education, community design, and in all 
of the major craft and industrial design fields. 



Board of Trustees 



Honorary Members 



H. Ober Hess, Chairman 

Rex H. Anderson 

Arnold A. Bayard 

George D. Beck 

Warren Blair 

Philip A. Bregy 

Edward G. Budd, Jr. 

Mrs. Frederick Chait 

Edward K. Cratsley 

F. Eugene Dixon, Jr. 

James Eiseman 

Philip J. Eitzen 

Stephen S. Gardner 

Mrs. Albert M. Greenfield 

KermitJ. Hall 

Mrs. Samuel M. V. Hamilton 

Charles E. Ingersoll 

L. Davis Jones 

Mrs. Austin Lamont 

Mrs. H. Gates Lloyd 

Thomas B. McCabe, Jr. 

William McCaffery 

Mrs. Charles A. Meyer 

Robert Buchanan Mitchell 

Richard L. Newburger 

Gordon Parks 

Ronald K. Porter 

Mrs. Meyer P. Potamkin 

William L. Rafsky 

Randal W. Reed 

Mel Richman 

Mrs. Lessing J. Rosenwald 

R. Barclay Scull 

Mrs. Andrew J. Sordoni, Jr. 

Mrs. Otis Walter 

Philip H.Ward III 

Howard A. Wolf 

Frederick M. Yost 



R. Sturgis Ingersoll 
Mrs. Malcolm Lloyd 
Samuel R. Rosenbaum 
Mrs. Thomas Raeburn White 
George D. Widener 
Mrs. John Wintersteen 






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