Katy Leigh Rogers was one of 84 seniors who graduated from Montserrat College of Art during commencement on May 16 at the Dane Street Church in Beverly, MA.
Rogers is a resident of Everett, MA. She graduated with Dean’s Highest Honors and received a Bachelor of Fine Arts Degree with a concentration in Interdisciplinary and a minor in Art History. She is the daughter of Thomas and Patricia Rogers of Everett, MA. She is a 2010 graduate of Everett High School.
During commencement, keynote speaker and Emmy nominated animation director Bryan Konietzko, received an Honorary Doctor of Fine Arts degree along with former Beverly Mayor William F. Scanlon, Jr. The Class of 2014 selected Asst. Prof. Shanth S. Enjeti to serve as the faculty speaker at commencement and Merriweather McCarty was named student speaker. The ceremony was led my Montserrat’s Trustee Chair Lee Dellicker. Eight students received dean’s highest honors and 26 received dean’s honors.
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About Montserrat College of Art
Montserrat College of Art is a small, private, residential college of visual art and design, founded in 1970, by artists, for artists, educating the creative problem solvers of tomorrow. The college offers the Bachelor of Fine Arts degree, continuing education classes and four galleries exhibiting works by international, national and regional contemporary artists, intended to offer art education beyond the Montserrat classrooms through a series of public lectures, gallery talks, catalogs and events. For more information visit www.montserrat.edu