Slide 1. Kendra Cabrera '13
Slide 2. Ariana Randolph '15
Slide 3. Annie Le '13, from behind, and Marisa Hewkin '16
Slide 4. Hewkin
Slide 5. Charlotte Gellene '13
Slide 6. From left, Hannah Hurley '16, Liza Noone '13 and Zeisa Vieira '16.
Slide 7. Leah Froehle '16
Slide 8. From left, Le, Katherine Raguin and Cabrera.
Slide 9. Cari Borja '93 stands before the students who are wearing her creations.
Slide 10. From left, Caroline Voldstad '13, Sally Jacob '13 and Julia Keough '13.
Slide 11. Anna Tobin D'Ambrosio ’87, director and chief curator at Munson Williams Proctor Arts Institute in Utica, N.Y., was one of several alumnae who gave a talk about her career.
Slide 12. Jennifer DePrizio ’97, director of visitor learning the Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum in Boston, delivers her remarks.
Slide 13. Charlotte Eyerman ’87, director of FRAME (French Regional and American Museum Exchange) for North America in Los Angeles, speaks.
Slide 14. Virginia Raguin, professor of art history and organizer of the weekend reunion, second from left, with the alumnae.
Students walking by Rehm Library in Smith Hall on the evening of March 22 did a double take as they watched the typically quiet space transformed into a fashion runway.
More than a dozen Holy Cross students modeled the latest fashion line designed by Cari Borja ’93, Ph.D., a clothes designer in Berkley, Calif., who sells her designs through several retail stores in the Bay Area.
Borja was one of many alumnae artists on campus last weekend. The event was part of a reunion weekend for visual arts alumnae titled “Muses on the Mount: Holy Cross Celebrates 40 Years of Women in the Arts,” that offered numerous events featuring artists and professionals in collecting, arts management, exhibiting, and education.
Photography by Matthew Atanian and Michel Raguin
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