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Adam Wilson ('09) released What's Important is Feeling (Harper Perennial), a book of short stories, on February 26, 2014. The title story was selected for The Best American Short Stories. He previously released the novel
Visual Arts alumnus David Altmejd ('01) opened his new exhibition, Juices, at the Andrea Rosen Gallery. The showcase, which runs through March 8, features a series of sculptures made from a variety of materials including plexiglass, synthetic hair and leather shoes.
Alumna Stephanie Ansin has won the Silver Palm Award for "outstanding creative staging and production" for Three Sisters by Anton Chekov at Miami Theater Center. The Silver Palm, now in its sixth year, recognizes theatrical achievement in the South Florida area. The awards were given on December 2 in Ft.