The 8th Annual Louis Galen Artletics Exhibition


The 8th Annual Louis Galen Artletics Exhibition

February 6–28, 2013

Albert J. Centofante Hall of Fame
Galen Center
3400 S. Figueroa Street
Los Angeles, CA 90007

Open during athletic events held at the Galen Center, including all men's and women's basketball and volleyball games. For a complete schedule, please visit

The USC Roski School of Art and Design and the USC Athletics Department are pleased to present the 8th Annual Louis Galen Artletics Exhibition. Artletics is an annual showcase of artwork made by USC intercollegiate student-athletes in USC Roski School studio-art courses. The exhibition highlights the creative talents of Trojan student-athletes representing a wide range of sports—among them football, volleyball, lacrosse, water polo, track and field, and rowing—through works in photography, ceramics, design, painting, and drawing.

The 28 student-athletes participating in this year's Artletics exhibition are:

Iskra Angelova (rowing)
Lolo Blair (swimming)
Jeffrey Churchman (track & field)
Remy Conatser (track & field)
Jeff Daniels (swimming)
Caroline de Lyra (lacrosse)
Kathryn DeYoung (cross country)
Keret Einaste (rowing)
George Farmer (football)
Anna Gustafson (lacrosse)
Georgette Hernandez (water polo)
Kara-Leigh Huse (water polo)
Brooks Kriske (baseball)
Jennifer Kuan (softball)
Ceara Leo (lacrosse)
Lynette Lim (swimming)
David McNamara (track & field)
Lindsay Parrish (swimming)
Kyle Richter (baseball)
Sara Salamon (water polo)
Will Simon (water polo)
Alexa Stonish (sand volleyball)
Madara Strautmane (rowing)
Matthan Stroethoff (swimming)
Leonard Williams (football)
Katherine Wittig (rowing)
Greg Woodburn (track & field)
Antwaun Woods (football)

Artletics is organized by Karen Koblitz, head of Ceramics at the Roski School, and named in honor of USC alumnus Louis Galen, who graduated from USC Law in 1951. Galen was a strong supporter of the USC Athletics Department and, along with his wife Helene, endowed the Galen Ceramics Studio, the Galen Ceramics Lecture Series, and the Helene V. Galen Intermedia Lab at the USC Roski School of Art and Design.