Cheeny Celebrado-Royer Chosen as a 2017/18 AICAD Post-Graduate Teaching Fellow

Association of Independent College of Art & Design places Mount Royal alumn Julia (Cheeny) Celebrado-Royer ('16) at Pratt Institute

The Association of Independent Colleges of Art & Design (AICAD) is pleased to announce the 11 fellows who have recently been selected to participate in a year-long, Post-Graduate Teaching Fellowship at participating AICAD institutions during the 2017/18 academic year. Additionally, two of the 2016/17 fellows will be continuing in their positions for a second year. The Fellowship program seeks to provide professional practice opportunities to high-achieving alumni who have recently graduated from AICAD member schools, while also increasing the racial and ethnic diversity of faculty at these institutions. AICAD institutions aspire to create a climate that recognizes and values diversity as central to excellence in art and design education. AICAD Fellowships include structured and unstructured mentoring and professional development opportunities along with direct teaching experience, health benefits, and other monetary supports. Julia Celebrado-Royer (MFA in Multidisciplinary Art, 2016, Maryland Institute College of Art) placed at Pratt Institute. Julia Celebrado-Royer (b. 1991, Naga City, Philippines) received her MFA in Multidisciplinary Art at the Maryland Institute College of Art. Celebrado-Royer is an interdisciplinary artist working in sculpture, installation, painting, drawing, digital and performance art. She moved to the United States in 2005 and received her BA in Studio Art at McDaniel College, Westminster, MD, in 2014. Her work has been shown around the Baltimore region at venues such as School 33 Art Center (2017), Peale Museum (2016), Gallery CA (2016), |’sindikit| (2016), SpaceCamp (2016), Riggs Gallery (2016), Decker Gallery (2016), Esther Prangley Rice Gallery (2014), and Carroll County Arts Center (2012). Her work has been featured in ArtFCity, BmoreArt magazine, MICA Commotion, What Weekly, and The Hillmagazine. Celebrado-Royeris a 2016 Janet & Walter Sondheim semifinalist and a recipient of the Toby Devan Fellowship Award. She is currently a resident artist at School 33 Arts Center in Baltimore.

The Association of Independent Colleges of Art & Design (AICAD) is pleased to announce the 11 fellows who have recently been selected to participate in a year-long, Post-Graduate Teaching Fellowship at participating AICAD institutions during the 2017/18 academic year. Additionally, two of the 2016/17 fellows will be continuing in their positions for a second year.

The Fellowship program seeks to provide professional practice opportunities to high-achieving alumni who have recently graduated from AICAD member schools, while also increasing the racial and ethnic diversity of faculty at these institutions. AICAD institutions aspire to create a climate that recognizes and values diversity as central to excellence in art and design education.

AICAD Fellowships include structured and unstructured mentoring and professional development opportunities along with direct teaching experience, health benefits, and other monetary supports.

Julia Celebrado-Royer (MFA in Multidisciplinary Art, 2016, Maryland Institute College of Art) placed at Pratt Institute. Julia Celebrado-Royer (b. 1991, Naga City, Philippines) received her MFA in Multidisciplinary Art at the Maryland Institute College of Art. Celebrado-Royer is an interdisciplinary artist working in sculpture, installation, painting, drawing, digital and performance art. She moved to the United States in 2005 and received her BA in Studio Art at McDaniel College, Westminster, MD, in 2014. Her work has been shown around the Baltimore region at venues such as School 33 Art Center (2017), Peale Museum (2016), Gallery CA (2016), |’sindikit| (2016), SpaceCamp (2016), Riggs Gallery (2016), Decker Gallery (2016), Esther Prangley Rice Gallery (2014), and Carroll County Arts Center (2012). Her work has been featured in ArtFCityBmoreArt magazineMICA CommotionWhat Weekly, and The Hillmagazine. Celebrado-Royeris a 2016 Janet & Walter Sondheim semifinalist and a recipient of the Toby Devan Fellowship Award. She is currently a resident artist at School 33 Arts Center in Baltimore.