co ID cr> C 3 u a. <U -a c d> E 0) o c 4) E E o o ■a c CM en Prelude 'Procession 'Invocation Welcoming Remarks Conferring the Honorary Degree of Doctor of Fine Arts on Thomas Wilfred Conferring the Honorary Degree of Doctor of Fine Arts on Lessing J. Rosenwald Conferring the Honorary Degree of Doctor of Fine Arts on Louise Nevelson Alumni Award to Arnold Roth Award of Merit to Kathryn Bloom Commencement Address Commencement Music Conferring of Degrees, Certificates and Prizes Closing Remarks "Benediction 'Recessional "Audience will please stand The Philadelphia Musical Academy Brass Ensemble Anthony Marchione, Director Reverend Galbraith Hall Todd, Pastor Arch Street Presbyterian Church George D. Culler, President Presented by George D. Culler Presented by Jerome Kaplan, Director Printmaking Department Presented by Dennis Leon, Director Sculpture Department Presented by Albert Gold Director, Illustration Department Presented by John W. Cataldo Director, Art Education Department Kathryn Bloom, Director Arts and Humanities Program U.S. Office of Education The Philadelphia Musical Academy Brass Ensemble Howard A. Wolf, Chairman Board of Trustees George D. Culler Reverend Joseph R. Bruce, Pastor Mt. Nebo Baptist Church Degrees The following students have successfully met the course requirements as established by the Faculty. Degrees conferred June 10, 1968 Bachelor of Fine Arts in Art Education Bachelor of Fine Arts in Craft Bachelor of Fine Arts in Fabric Design Patricia Ruth Ansell Robert Scott Ashendorf Hanna Henja Aufschauer Jane Frances Bennett Bonnie Gay Bryant Donna Rae Cook Marlyn Gail Dolgonos Sandra Barbara Flaer Judith Ann Foster Judith Ann Frankel Pamela Glass Harris Barbara E. Heinecke Diane Higgins Barbara L. Hirsh Tatiana Jablokov Kathleen Ann Kimble Miriam Deborah Kramer Edith Pamela Kurlish Robert Blaise LaPietra James Dale Makins Estelle Schaeffer William Daniel Travis, Jr. Stephanie Dawn Wehmeyer Karen Ann Wolf Nancy Ann Young William Joseph Bernstein Barbara Debra Budman W. James Donnon Lawrence Giambrone Barry Hantman Arnold S. Kahn Donald R. Stotz Richard Jan Summons Edward R. Zucca, Jr. Ira Fischer Albert Cheryl B.Anderson Bachelor of Science in Fabric Design Bachelor of Fine Arts in Fashion Illustration Bachelor of Fine Arts in Graphic Design Bachelor of Fine Arts in Illustration Caroline Von Kleeck Beard Melanie R. Black Barbara Joan Blumgart Stephanie Braun Urban R. Jupena Elaine Grushkin Sinins Manijeh Sherafat Virginia Burr Hartle Rosemary Bella Lenoire Brown Philip Charles Burton Minna Chester Sister Victoria Connelly Suzan Ann Dooly William G. Dooly III Thomas Evan Fetterman Catherine Galster William R. Gast Susan Gerould Russell E. Rollins Paul Singer Lynda Meryle Spitzer Daniel Lawrence Stapleford Ayn Marie Washer Steven Reed Yarnall Edward Charles Yungmann Michael Abel Panagiota Andreson B. Bascove Mary Bossina Richard E. Brown Roy H. Brown, Jr. Michael J. Charles James C. Chesbro Cheryl Ann Crews Amelia Anne Donner Ronald Ettelman Harvey Elliot Hamburgh Victoria Joy Hessan Pedro Hines Sally Louise Krauss Alfred Charles Laoang Paul MacWilliams Bachelor of Science in Industrial Design Bachelor of Science in Environmental Design Bachelor of Fine Arts in Painting Jack Martin Richard D. Mechanik Robert Michael Melito John Fries Mitchell Maureen Rita O'Donnell John H. Ott Donna Marie Pasino James D. Plumb Patience L'H. Prime Warren W. Raysor Joan McCall Richards Peter W. Schaumann William Dennis Schofield Laurence Schwinger Joan Brown Thomas Donna Roberta Violetti Thomas C. Walter Bruce Meadowcroft Baker Marc Steven Barnett Beverly Radcliff Brown Michael Joseph Cabnet Jerry F. Corsi David Howard Curtis H. Edward Goldberg Leonard P. Jacobson JoAnne Mary LeMieux Christine Luckman Sylvia Marasligiller John O'Mara David R. Parkin Barry M. Reischmann Marilyn F. Reiter David T. Schowalter Phil B. Sheffer Molly Ann Datlof John Joseph McKeon William Shutter Patricia Ann Yeager Raymond Vincent Allen, Jr. Edwin Stuart Baxter Temma Bell Sylvia Brecker Martha D. Crary Bachelor of Fine Arts in Photography (Motion Picture) Bachelor of Fine Arts in Photography (Still) Bachelor of Fine Arts in Printmaking Bachelor of Fine Arts in Sculpture Linde Lee Curtis David Alan Dewey Beth I. Dintenfass Richard Martin Fagan David Paxson Fairlamb James A. Harwick, Jr. William Joseph Patrick Kelly Janice Krebs Myra Levitt Andy Marcus John L. Maggio Catherine Miller Harry I. Naar Linda Robinson Naden Phyllis Ann Priester Stanley C. Sporny Wayne Frank Writer Joseph James Dante, Jr. David M. Ewing David Sutton Fishel Beverly Moss Littlewood Roy M. Martin George Edward Parmenter, Jr. Robert David Pruitt W. Edward Taylor, Jr. Bonnie N. Williams Robert C. Crock Francie B. Gallun Eric Goldenberg Philip T. Laino Elaine Elizabeth O'Neil Gary A. Pfaff Joan Elaine Ruggles Anne Louise Todd Susan Margaret Wurst Robert Paul Bergey Tatiana S. Bulba Lynn Montgomery Holcombe Judith Shrager Phyllis Thompson Stamatios Nicholas Burpulis Angela Caponigro Nancy Moss Godfrey Evening Division Associate in Arts in Illustration Associate in Arts in Industrial Design Certificate in Interior Design Certificate in Advertising Design Associate in Arts in Interior Design Degrees to be Conferred January, 1969 Bachelor of Fine Arts in Art Education Bachelor of Fine Arts in Fabric Design Bachelor of Fine Arts in Graphic Design Bachelor of Fine Arts in Illustration Bachelor of Science in Environmental Design Bachelor of Science in Industrial Design Bachelor of Fine Arts in Painting Gerald M. Goldstein Virginia Diane Hamilton Gilbert Huston Hawkins Diane Gingles Long James Saunders Rosalie M. Sherman Dona Kay Steinmann George Lesnak Frank Nave Martin Wisniewski Frances Fineman Harriett M. Johnson Florence Magin Constantine Pietrak Felice Poupko Miriam Rachovitsky Marilyn Reeb Michael Lauschin William Fred Wilson Barry Sheffield Jane Schwinger Susanne Punda Donald Banks Raymond G. Wentz Henry James Barbano John M. Roberts Warren Huff Jeffrey Sanders William E. Ziegenfus Samuel Amico Patricia Forman Paul D. Kane Shomuel Margulies Bachelor of Fine Arts in Photography Bachelor of Fine Arts in Sculpture Certificate in Advertising Design Certificate in Interior Design Awards to Graduating Seniors Art Education Craft Design Fabric Design Graphic Design Illustration Industrial Design Painting Photography and Film Printmaking Sculpture Special Awards The Print Club Prize William H. Ely Travel Award for Excellence in Illustration Marcel Vertes Memorial Award to a senior whose drawings of the human figure have been outstanding Reine Grad Award for Excellence in Illustration Paul Chalfin Award for Excellence in Illustration Jacob Labe, Jr. Memorial Award for Industrial Design Philadelphia Art Teacher's Association Prize Stuart M. Egnal Prize in Painting Larry Ira Bach John Thomas Graves JoAnn Consalvo Gerald W. Williams Departmental Awards for outstanding achievement in the major professional departments Robert Scott Ashendorf Edward R. Zucca, Jr. Caroline Von Kleeck Beard Urban R. Jupena Steven Reed Yarnall Jack Martin David T. Schowalter Raymond Vincent Allen, Jr. Film: Roy M. Martin Photography: Elaine Elizabeth O'Neil Judith Shrager Stamatios Nicholas Burpulis Robert Paul Bergey Peter W. Schaumann Laurence Schwinger Ronald Ettelman Richard D. Mechanik Marilyn F. Reiter Bonnie Gay Bryant and Estelle Schaeffer William Joseph Patrick Kelly Bocour Prize in Painting Gimbel Prize in Painting Honors in Liberal Arts to the senior with the highest grade point average in Liberal Arts Outstanding Achievement Award to the senior who has attained the highest grade point average during four years Board of Trustees Honorary Members Andy Marcus Shomuel Margulies Myra Levitt Judith Shrager Howard A. Wolf, Chairman Rex H. Anderson Robert 0. Bach F. Bruce Baldwin George D. Beck Warren Blair Richard C. Bond Philip A. Bregy Edward G. Budd, Jr. Edward K. Cratsley Philip J. Eitzen Stephen S. Gardner Mrs. Albert M. Greenfield H. Ober Hess Charles E. Ingersoll Peter Kyropoulos Thomas B. McCabe, Jr. Robert Milnazik Robert Buchanan Mitchell Ronald K. Porter William L. Rafsky Mel Richman Mrs. Lessing J. Rosenwald Mrs. Andrew J. Sordoni, Jr. Robert M. Wachob Mrs. Otis Walter Philip H. Ward, III Frederick M. Yost R. Sturgis Ingersoll Mrs. Malcolm Lloyd Samuel R. Rosenbaum Mrs. Thomas Raeburn White George D. Widener Mrs. John Wintersteen About the College The Philadelphia College of Art was established in 1876 in response to the interest in art and art education which was stimulated by the Centennial Exposition of that year. Originally, it was a corporate part of the Pennsylvania Museum and School of Industrial Art. At that time, as now, the primary function of the School was the professional training of artists and designers to meet the growing needs of industry. In 1893, the College moved to its present site at Broad and Pine Streets in central Philadelphia. Advances and alterations in the institutional character and purpose of the College are reflected in the successive name changes adopted in this century: 1939, Philadelphia Museum and School of Industrial Art; 1948, Philadelphia Museum School of Art; and in 1959, Philadelphia Museum College of Art, in recognition of accreditation by the Middle States Association of Colleges and Secondary Schools. In 1964, when the College's long affiliation with the Museum finally ended, it adopted its present name: Philadelphia College of Art. From its inception, the College has been a pioneer in the field of design in industry. Through the years, the educational program has been expanded to train artists in many other areas. Today, the College offers courses in all branches of the fine arts, in art education, and in all of the major craft and industrial design fields. o.