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Charles McClendon
Charles McClendon
Head of the Division of Creative Arts (Fall 2022)
Sidney and Ellen Wien Professor in the History of Art
781-736-2663 Jack, Joseph and Morton Mandel Center for the Humanities, 209
Christine Dunant Kahn
Christine Dunant Kahn
Senior Academic Administrator, Department of Fine Arts
Administrator, Division of Creative Arts
781-736-2655 Goldman-Schwartz Art Studios, 111A
Ingrid Schorr
Ingrid Schorr
Director of Arts Engagement
781-736-5008 Jack, Joseph and Morton Mandel Center for the Humanities, First Floor
Angela Sun stands in front of a colorful background
Angela Sun '23
Art History Undergraduate Department Representative and Lead UDR for the Division of Creative Arts (Spring 2023)
Hello! My name is Angela, and I’m a junior majoring in art history & East Asian studies with a minor in history. My interests within the art history major are very diverse—I love learning about Italian Renaissance and Baroque art, Japanese and Chinese art history, and also contemporary art. Some of my favorite artists include Bernini, Titian, Vincent Van Gogh, Utagawa Kuniyoshi, and Yue Minjun. I love visiting different museums in the Boston area whenever I have the chance, and some of my favorites are the MFA and the Gardner Museum. I am also an avid fan of language learning, and I am currently taking Japanese and Chinese classes at Brandeis. Outside of the classroom, I do subtitling for Chinese variety shows and translations for Chinese hip hop. I love meeting new people who are interested in the Fine Arts Department, so please don’t hesitate to reach out to me!
Mello Wilsted
Mello Wilsted ’22
Lead UDR for the Division of Creative Arts

Mello Wilsted ’22, from Oakland, California, is working on a Politics major, with a minor in architecture. In her own art practice, she is a multimedia artist: crochet, paper cutting, watercolor, drawing, bookbinding, printing and letterpress. She was an apprentice at David Goines and Richard Seiburt's shop, Saint Heironymous Press. She is a certified book binder by the San Francisco Center for the Book. Senior year of high school, she published a book on Oakland street art stickers, called SLAP! She is currently a writer and editor for the Arts and Culture section of the Justice. She is extremely excited to be a Lead UDR for the Creative Arts division and to be able to continue to promote the arts at Brandeis.

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