Alumni Panel

    Sunday, April 25, 2021 at 1:00 PM until 2:00 PMPacific Daylight Time

    Cornish alumni are engaged in all areas of the world as artists, citizens and innovators.
    Join us for one or more of these panels to learn how Cornish shaped, influenced and guided them to their current projects.

    Featured Alumni for April 25:

      Sally Dana, Theater, '85
    Sally has been performing as an actor, singer, drummer and voiceover artist for the past 35 years in San Francisco and LA. Some of her stage appearances include several world premieres of new plays with Campo Santo, Central Works, San Francisco Playhouse, Tides Theatre, B Street Theatre, Magic Theatre and San Francisco Fringe Festival. She is also a casting director and spent several years in LA as a casting assistant working on Tropic Thunder, Charlie Wilson's War, Georgia Rule, Knocked Up, Walk Hard and Jimmy Kimmel Live. She is a member of AEA and SAG/AFTRA
    Sally's Website

    Hanna Myers, Art
    Co-Founder of Level52 Studios, LLC, a Seattle based design studio specializing in prototyping and manufacturing high-end toys and collectibles. Our dedicated team of artists and designers also provide novelty fabrication services for a variety of applications, including props and maquettes for use in film and tradeshow displays.

    In addition to our professional services, Level52 produces original and licensed lines of collectibles like Ashley Wood's Tomorrow Kings/Popbot, the Frazetta Legacy Series, MOKO! Monster Girls, and more!
    Level52 Studios

     Alexandra Varriano, Theater

    Alexandra Varriano is a Seattle based actor and artist. Since graduating from Cornish College of the Arts with her BFA in Theater Original Works, she has been seeking new outlets for her creative voice. A theater artist at heart, she has started branching into film, including making her directing debut with Alex Was Here for the 48 Hour Horror Film Project 2019. After performing her solo show, A Pyrate's Life: Anne Bonny, in February 2019, she has embarked upon adapting it for the screen. 

    Alexandra's vision is to bring women's suppressed and untold stories to the surface of cultural consciousness. She strives to change perceptions of the female (and feminine) experience and help the next generations form new narratives. She seeks collaboration with passionate and intelligent artists that live their values and speak their truths. You can see more at

       Alexandria Chipman, Theater

    Lexi Chipman is a Southern California native, who graduated from the Cornish College of the Arts’ Theater Department in 2016. Since graduation she has performed in Seattle Shakespeare Company’s Wooden O and Education Touring Productions of Romeo and Juliet (Juliet), Off Road Shakespeare Company’s Twelfth Night (Feste), The Williams Project’s A Bright Room Called Day (Rosa Malek), Theater22’s The Happiest Song Plays Last (Shar), Copious Love Productions’ Journey West (Albert Gallatin and the Dancing Deer), and more. Over the last 5 years she has also worked as the co-creator/ co-producer/ co-writer of the play series Raisins in a Glass of Milk; you can catch their 2021 production virtually via their co-presenter The William Project this June, check out their website for more info. 

    Registration is no longer available because the event has been cancelled.