King’s welcomes artist Karelyn Siegler for Senior Fellows series
NEW YORK, February 23, 2009—The King’s College will welcome artist Karelyn Siegler at 7 pm in Classroom 1 as part of the Senior Fellows speaker series. The event is open to the public.
Siegler, a classically-trained artist, was born in Scotland and raised in Texas. She began her career as a student of modern dance and then moved into a career as a medical and legal illustrator. Thereafter she spent time painting in a French medieval village. In 1999, she returned to full-time study at the New York Academy of Art where she received her Master of Fine Arts.
Besides maintaining a busy professional career, Siegler is also a professor at the prestigious Parsons School of Design in New York City.
Senior Fellows welcomes renowned, over-50 professionals to speak with students in a question-and-answer format, moderated by King’s Provost and WORLD Editor-in-Chief Dr. Marvin Olasky. The class encourages students to think about their futures through exposure to a variety of accomplished professionals and leaders who enjoy their work.
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