Sabrina Kindervater

Sabrina is a 2020 graduate of FAC, attending MICA in Baltimore, MD. Sabrina's beautifully printed and sewn fabric book is a finalist for the Dorothy Waxman Textile Prize (a prestiguious international award for fiber and fashion students). Winner's will be selected on September 30, 2020. 

Fabric Book


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Cleve Wilson, Songwriter / Producer
Class of 2016

FAC Alumnus, Cleve Wilson, co-wrote the title track and produced Thomas Rhett's album, Center Point Road, which was nominated for Album of the Year. This is Cleve's first nomination.

Kelly Hall-Tompkins, Violin
Class of 1989

Acclaimed by the New York Times as “the versatile violinist who makes the music come alive” and for her “tonal mastery” (BBC Music Magazine) and “searing intensity” (American Record Guide), violinist Kelly Hall-Tompkins is forging a dynamic career as a soloist and chamber musician. Recently featured on NBC’s Sunday Closer for her work with bringing classical music to homeless shelters.

Kelly Hall-Tompkins Biography


Kelly Hall-Tompkins

Rory Scovel, Film
Class of 2007

Film Department graduate, Rory Scovel, recently inked an 8 episode deal with Comedy Central for his new show, “Those Who Can’t.” He previously starred in the TV shows, “Wrecked,” and “Undateable” and in the feature films, “Dean,” and “The House” with Will Ferrell. His one man special, “Tries Standup for the First Time,” is currently available on Netflix.


Rory Scovel

Elizabeth Bishop, Mezzo-Soprano
Class of 1985

American Mezzo-soprano, Betsy Bishop, has sung with leading opera companies all around the world such as The Metropolitan Opera, Washington National Opera, Lyric Opera of Chicago, Palm Beach Opera, Florida Grand Opera, and Cincinnati Opera. She was recently hired as a professor of voice at The Juilliard School.

Elizabeth Bishop Biography

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Elizabeth Bishop