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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

Mar 26, 2021

Virtual Gallery Opening: Nina Eaton
On Keats
 
Saturday, 10 April at 18:30 PM 
Hosted online via Zoom
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St. Stephen's School is pleased to announce the virtual gallery opening of On Keats, an exhibition of works by Nina Eaton.
 
There will be readings of poetry by Keats, Christina Rosetti, and Moira Egan.
 
 

Nina Eaton is a painter, art educator, and muralist. She studied painting, graphic arts, and performance at the School of the Art Institute of Chicago and Minneapolis College of Art and Design where she completed her BA. She worked as a set designer and muralist until she moved to Italy in 1989, where she created murals and trompe l’oeil for such notable residences as Villa Taverna (US ambassador) and Palazzo Chigi (Italian PM) in Rome. Her work has been published in AD, Architectural Digest, Casa Vogue, Elle Décor, and various interior design books. Currently, her painting balances on the edge of representation and abstraction, exploring scale and gesture in relation to the body. She teaches art at the high school and college levels. Exhibitions and residencies: September 2019, Pranzo con l’Artista at cultural center “Me” in Oriolo(VT); June 2018 Duneshack Artist Residency, Provincetown, MA, USA; February 2018, Teatro Ada Padovani, In Terra Straniera, Montalto di Castro (VT); October 2017, AMACI 13th Annual Day of Contemporary Art at the Castello Costaguti, Roccalvecce(VT). At Temple University, Rome: March 2018 Tiny Biennale, Notte; March 2017 Tiny Biennale, Yellow; March 2016 Tiny Biennale, Mythology. November 2016, Paintings, Chapel of St Paul’s Within the Walls, Rome. For St Stephens Cultural Center Foundation, Rome: October 2018, Go with the Flow, group show; April 2016, Color Crossing, duo show. October 2015, backdrop for reading of American poet Charles Simic. November 2014, Neck of the Woods, Landscape Paintings. October 2014, backdrop for reading of American poet Moira Egan. March 2010, Focus, Interior paintings. Nina lives in Rome and Tuscan Maremma.

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