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The Alumni/ae Experience

The St. Stephen’s experience does not end when you graduate. On the contrary, once leaving the walls of the school, you enter a new community, one built upon strong bonds formed through common history and experiences.With over 4,000 alumni/ae over 50 years, St. Stephen’s is represented globally with individuals pursuing careers in every field imaginable.

As a school, we seek to honor this diverse, inspiring and supportive network of individuals by continuing to create and enhance relationships between alumni/ae, staff, faculty and students, foster loyalty and engagement with the school and one another and build pride, spirit and community. Through regional events, social media and opportunities for career networking and mentoring, alumni/ae are able to continue and build upon the St. Stephen’s experience in all future endeavors. Our alumni maintain a strong presence and are an integral part of the St. Stephen’s community.

If you are interested in being involved in regional events and volunteering to support and strengthen our alumni/ae network, contact Alumni Relations Coordinator Simona Monaco at simona.monaco@sssrome.it

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Alumni News & Events

Nov 25, 2020

Virtual 3D Exhibition:
All Claws Crossed: An Exploration of the Creative Process
 
Saturday, 12 December at 7 PM CEST / 1 PM ET
Hosted online via Zoom
 
St. Stephen's School and St. Stephen's Cultural Center are pleased to announce the virtual opening of All Claws Crossed: An Exploration of the Creative Process, an exhibition of works by Gigi Spratley and Jack Waltrip.
 
Gigi Spratley and Jack Waltrip have been collaborating on art, music, animation and writing for two decades. This unique exhibition provides a glimpse into their creative process as well as a relative retrospective of Gigi’s art oeuvre.
 
 
Gigi studied abroad in Rome at St. Stephen’s School from 1974 until 1976. After her time at St. Stephen’s Gigi moved to Claremont, California where she earned a BA in art from Pitzer College and a MFA in painting from Claremont Graduate University. She then moved to Los Angeles where she lived and worked as an artist from 1983. In Los Angeles in 1985, working primarily in two- dimensional media, painting and drawing, she acquired her first computer and sought to integrate digitally produced imagery into her drawing practice. Since moving to New York in 1995 she’s expanded into sculpture, assemblage, photography and digital prints.
 
Jack received his MFA in music from UNC in Colorado. He has lived in New York City for thirty five years and has been forging a unique and innovative art as well as musical style during that time.

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