SOAAD Alumni Biennial 2021 Exhibition
July 21 – August 28, 2021
The Bernard A. Zuckerman Museum of Art (ZMA), housed under the School of Art and Design in the College of the Arts at Kennesaw State University, was pleased to offer an opportunity to KSU’s School
of Art and Design alumni to submit their work for possible inclusion in a juried biennial
exhibition. This opportunity provided KSU alumni of the School of Art and Design the
ability to showcase their current body of work and demonstrate their post-graduate
The SOAAD Alumni Biennial 2021 Exhibition was juried by Hannah Amuka, a 2020 School of Art and Design graduate, and features
34 works by 19 alumni artists. In addition to selecting the works of art for the SOAAD Alumni Biennial 2021 Exhibition, Amuka will also present a virtual lecture on July 28, 2021, at 12:30 pm as part of our Last Wednesday Lunch monthly program.
Selected Artists: Arielle Balkcom, Daniel Barnard, April Borchelt, Chris Boyko, William
Cash, Taylor Chartrand, Julee Davis, Jan DiPietro, Jane Erwin, Eloisa Gallegos Hernandez,
Rachel Kidd-Chancey, Chase King, Hope Limyansky-Smith, Sarah McClymond, Shane McDonald,
Chris Noosh!, Courtney Smith, Kenneth Walters, and Marlee Winters.
Featured image: Chris Noosh!, Salmon Run!, carved and painted wood, 2021
Hannah Amuka graduated from Kennesaw State University in 2020 with a Bachelor of Arts
degree in Art History and a minor in Religious Studies. During her time at KSU, she
worked as an Education Assistant at the Zuckerman Museum of Art and trained as a docent.
Since 2017, Hannah Amuka has been the Visitor Services Manager at the Marietta-Cobb
Museum of Art (MCMA) in Marietta, Georgia. During her time at the MCMA, she also completed
a curatorial internship, culminating in a permanent collection exhibition entitled,
The Study of Lines and Value. In addition to being an emerging museum professional, curator, and art educator,
Amuka is also a practicing artist. Her goal as an art educator is to expand the imagination
and understanding of audiences through reflection, creative participation, and empowering
experiences based on visual art and art history.