Two time Susan Fund Recipient, Brittany DeNigris’ video will debut at the apexarts show, Life After Death and Elsewhere located at 291 Church Street, Manhattan. The exhibition features death-monuments and anti-monuments created by a group of death row inmates at Riverbend Maximum Security Prison in Nashville, Tennessee. Brittany DeNigris and Moses Williams, both MFA candidates at Carnegie-Mellon University have created a video exploration into the act of storytelling, creating meaning through place and metaphor, the power of utterence and the volume of voices required to tell a single individual’s pain. Underlying themes examine our current system of punishment. On October 7, Brittany and Moses will also be presenting an evening of live performance to enact the life stories of the prisoners.
Opening reception-Wednesday, September 9: 6-8 pm
On view: September 10-October 24, 2015 Learn more
2015 Kendyl Nethercott, Susan Fund recipient, made headlines in the Sports Section of the Greenwich Time, on June 30. She captured the Greenwich Ladies Town Golf Tournament’s Townwide flight championship, shooting an 85 at the town golf course. She won her age group in 2011 in the junior town tournament, but this is her first Ladies Town Championship. She will attend Manhattenville in the fall and received her first Susan Fund Scholarship at the Reception in June. Learn more
Brooke Lorenz, Susan Fund recipient from 2011-2014, swam across Long Island Sound as part of the 9th annual Greenwich- Stamford Swim Across America. Brooke wore a ‘go-pro’ camera to record her swim. The funds raised by the event go to cancer gene therapy research. Brook’s mother, Lorrie, co-chaired the event and this was Brooke’s, a long time cancer survivor, 8th time swimming this distance. Currently, Brooke is living in Washington, DC working for CNN primarily covering 2016 election news.