For 2014, there are 29 artists from throughout the university. Thirteen are participating for the first time. Seven have had a piece in the show all four years. Several pieces were created using found or recycled items. Woodworking, basketry, photography, painting, drawing and jewelry-making are all represented, along with a few surprises.

No matter what their job at UofL, all the participants are artists in their own right. Here they are:

  • Julia Aebersold, cleanroom manager
  • Anne-Marie Alexander, actor, educator, medicine
  • Charles Ames, cabinetmaker
  • Bill Briggs, physician assistant, medicine
  • Jack Correll, general maintenance mechanic
  • Jackie Fryer, assistant to the dean, SIGS
  • Lawrence Gettleman, professor, dentistry
  • Patrick Glisson, health physics technician
  • Patty Grimes, unit business manager, education
  • Victoria Natal Harpe, operations center supervisor
  • Tracy Heightchew, program coordinator, Commonwealth Center for the Humanities and Society
  • Holly Hogue, administrative specialist, A&S
  • Judy Hughes, communications and marketing specialist, OCM
  • Tammy Lawson, campus tour coordinator
  • Andrew Marsh, Conn Center assistant director
  • Cheryl Monroe, operations specialist
  • Carlene Louise Petty, executive secretary, surgery
  • Bethany Poston, library assistant
  • Kathy Rogers, accounts payable specialist
  • Guillermo Rougier, professor, anatomical sciences and neurobiology
  • Nan Schlindwein, administrative assistant, development
  • Chuck Sites, systems programmer
  • Srinivas Sithu, assistant professor, physiology and biophysics
  • Maria Tinnell, graphic designer, OCM
  • Shavon Wagner, program coordinator, education
  • Michael Weise, program coordinator, Brown Cancer Center
  • Valerie Wells, administrative receptionist, athletics
  • Teresa Wilkins, grants management specialist, A&S
  • Aubrey Woolley, salary administration coordinator




Janet Cappiello covers student success for the Office of Communications and Marketing. She has more than 30 years’ experience in journalism, including working for The Associated Press and magazines such as Vegetarian Times and Sustainability: The Journal of Record. She has been at UofL since 2014.