Stephanie Selya

 

Stephanie Selya

Stephanie Selya is a senior undergraduate HAA major at the University of Pittsburgh with a minor in Italian Studies. She is currently pursuing an Undergraduate Honors Thesis researching the composite photography of Australian photographer, Frank Hurley. She was also awarded the Milton Fine Museum Professional Fellowship, enabling her to work directly with Executive Director Janet McCall at the Society for Contemporary Craft in Pittsburgh from September 2013 to the present. Traveling abroad in the summer of 2013, Stephanie studied for six weeks in Perugia, Italy. In the spring of 2013, Stephanie was involved in an internship at the University Art Gallery with Curator Isabelle Chartier, focusing on managing the permanent collection.  Her interest in museum work began when she was involved in the Museum Studies Seminar Exhibition entitled, Face Value: (De)constructing Identity in Portraiture, in the fall of 2012. Stephanie has been the Vice President of the Pitt Club Field Hockey team since 2012, and will continue to be so until graduation in April of 2014.

Stephanie will be presenting her paper, "Painting with Light: The Composite World War 1 Photography of Frank Hurley" at HAAARCH!!! 2014.

 

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