After Beloit


Zöe Koenig’18 rehearses for a Beloit College dance trip to Newfoundland. After Beloit, Zöe has continued dancing professionally.

Navigating careers in the arts

Led by recent alumni in art, dance, media studies, music, and theatre, students and alumni got together in a Career Accelerator session to discuss strategies for the first few years after graduation, including finding internships, building a professional network, making money in the arts, applying to grad school, and more.  

John Dolan

Acclaimed photographer John Dolan’82 captures Biden’s granddaughter’s wedding

John Dolan’82, the pioneer of contemporary wedding photography, was behind the camera for President Joe Biden’s granddaughter’s recent nuptials on the White House lawn. Dolan’s book The Perfect Imperfect showcases his talent for capturing intimacy and spontaneity. Dolan has worked with many celebrities, and his photos have appeared in Vogue , The

María Aschenbrener’21 explores her new city with new friends.

Vested in art, education, and community

Washington, D.C., native María Aschenbrener’21 has been an artist for much of her life, focusing on ceramics and fabric art during her time at Beloit. Just a few months after completing her 9th semester, she landed a dream job at the Denver Art Museum. Her passions for art and community grew at Beloit and have made the Denver art scene…

Eva Labson’05

Balancing on Ladders: A Career in Collections Management

Eva Labson’05 was looking for museum studies, a structured course of study, and hands-on learning opportunities when she applied to college. Beloit College offered all three, and prepared her for a career at the Metropolitan Museum of Art.

Alexander Brier Marr’08 in the Saint Louis Museum of Art

Sharing Stories of Indigenous Art

As a curator of Native American Art at the Saint Louis Art Museum, Alex Marr’08 draws on the intellectual training and internships made possible at Beloit College.  

Madeline Horwath ’13

Madeline Horwath ’13, Cartoonist

Madeline Horwath’s darkly hilarious cartoons can regularly be found in The New Yorker , and they have also published in the Chicago Reader , Weekly Humorist , and other venues.

Claire Aichholzer ’15

Claire Aichholzer ’15

After two years in France and a master’s program at University College London, Claire now advocates for art accessibility with the Public Art Fund in New York City.


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