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3rd Annual Alumni Exhibition
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3rd Annual Alumni Exhibition

08.11.2018 to 14.12.2018
When: 8 November - 14 December
Where: Centre des arts, La Grande Boissière
62 route de Chêne
Genève 1208
Contact: Thaïs Ruegg

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The 3rd annual alumni exhibition is on from 8 November to 14 December, with the vernissage on 8 November, from 17:00 to 19:30.


The Annual Alumni Exhibition is an opportunity for selected Ecolint alumni to share their work in art and design. The Ecolint community has cultivated a rich spirit of creativity and diversity throughout the years, creating a ripe environment for artistic expression. This third edition will showcase some of our most talented artists and designers, giving them a chance to present their work to the public, and to inspire current generations of students to hone their artistic gifts.

This year's artists:
Rosalind Monks: Inspired by the environments and people around her, Rosalind divides her time between snowy mountains and ocean waves. Rosalind completed a BA Hons majoring in Illustration at the University of Brighton and began recreating the world around her in her own, bold style. For her, drawing is a way of taking what she loves from the world around her and visually processing it to create her own little universe in her head. She then feeds this directly into her beautiful images, one carefully drawn line at a time. Rosalind graduated from La Châtaigneraie in 2005. (Rosalind Monks Illustration)

Stéphane Pagani: A passionate amateur photographer, Stéphane is also a graphic designer. He is particularly passionate about street photography as it gives him deep satisfaction but also has the potential to disappoint, being the fruit of encounters, sometimes funny, sometimes shocking, with people. What drives him is the search for the right aesthetics, history, framing and composition. Stéphane graduated from La Grande Boissière in 1995. (Stéphane Pagani Photography)

Emma Julia Fuller: An architect, Emma created the Atelier EJF in 2014, a structure offering architectural and design services. Her projects are guided by a desire to change the landscape at the same time as morphology and urban shapes. Emma graduated from La Châtaigneraie in 2006. (

Peter L. Hobden: Peter discovered painting late, in 2006, after a career of almost 25 years in IT in a humanitarian organisation. Painting struck him immediately as a powerful and personal means of visual expression, and he self-taught himself by painting first in acrylics, and then mostly in oils. For Peter, each painting allows him to grow, making his art a never-ending progression. Peter graduated from La Grande Boissière in 1970. (Peter Hobden)

The exhibition is curated by Gilles Grassioulet (LGB '95)

The vernissage will be followed by the concert Caprices, rêves et transfigurations, featuring the United Strings of Europe led by violinist Julian Azkoul (LGB '06).

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