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Dr. Jill J. Deupi

Director of Bellarmine Museum
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Cuba's Faded Glory

Jill Deupi, Ph.D., J.D., director of the Bellarmine Museum of Art at Fairfield, wrote an intriguing piece on a recent educational trip to Cuba that is part of the museum's  new program promoting cultural exchange. "Yes, Cuba is a place that assaults the senses, that embodies paradox and defies logic," she wrote.

Published in Fairfield Magazine in May/June 2013

Bellarmine Museum of Art

Dr. Jill Deupi, director of Fairfield's Bellarmine Museum of Art, appeared on WTNH in New Haven to discuss the work of artist Colleen Browning, the subject of concurrent exhibits at the Museum and the Quick Center's Thomas J. Walsh Art Gallery through March 24.

Appeared on WTNH on 1/23/13

Artist Kinstler's long, celebrated career showcased in "Pulps to Portraits"

Speaking with the Connecticut Post's Phyllis A.S. Boros, Jill Deupi, Ph.D., director of the Bellarmine Museum of Art, said artist Everett Raymond Kinstler is able to capture a person's likeness as well as convey their character. "It is this capacity to 'connect' that makes Kinstler, like the great John Singer Sargent (1856-1925) before him, a true master of the genre."

Published in the Connecticut Post on 6/7/2012