PAGES 2011-2012 artists-in-residence
Elizabeth Harelik is a second year MA student in the History, Literature, and Criticism program in the Department of Theatre at the Ohio State University. She has a BA in Drama and English from Tufts University, where she worked on several productions both onstage and backstage. After graduating, she spent two years teaching 7th and 8th grade English in Connecticut before coming to Ohio State. She was the dramaturg for OSUтs production of Frank Wedekindтs Spring Awakening, and was assistant dramaturg and assistant exhibit curator for The Camouflage Project. Her research interests include theatre about adolescence, and she is currently working on her thesis on Spring Awakening and its adaptations..
Stephanie Rond was born in Columbus Ohio. She attended Fort Hayes Arts and Academic High School and went on to earn a Bachelor of Fine Arts from The Ohio State University in 1997. Her most recent body of work deals with human nature, animal instinct, gender, and the culture of graffiti and street art. She is a recipient of the 2010 Ohio State University Emerging Artist Fellowship. Stephanie has had solo and group shows in Columbus, Chicago, Detroit, Cincinnati, Cleveland and Atlanta and has exhibited in many juried shows including тArt at the Xт in Cincinnati in which she won first prize. In addition, Stephanie is Curator of the Carnegie Gallery at the Columbus Metropolitan Library. She is co-founder of Creative Arts of Women (CAW) and is part of the art collective, Cowtown Lowbrow.