The Connecticut College art department and the adjacent Lyman Allyn Art Museum have teamed up for a provocative exhibit exploring how faculty members conceptualize and create their work – and how teaching influences them.
Liz Stone '49 'keeps going back'
Mary Elizabeth Stone ’49 is one of several hard-core “over 40” rowers mentioned in this feature in Outside Magazine. Stone, who is 82, has been the oldest competitors at Boston’s Head of the Charles for many years. View article.
Patt Dale '66 wins recognition on Broadway
Patt Dale ’66, a theatrical press agent, was recognized Sept. 20 for her 35 years with Broadway’s theater community. The recognition was part of the annual “Broadway Salutes” tribute to artists, technicians and craftspeople. View article from Playbill.
Mary Strayer McGowan '65 is closing her Concord gallery
McGowan's retirement leaves a void for art lovers in downtown Concord, N.H. View article from The Concord Monitor.
Wald, Butterworth, to be honored by Hall of Fame
Patricia McGowan Wald '48 is being inducted into the Connecticut Women's Hall of Fame on Oct. 25, and Miriam Brooks Butterworth '40 GP'05 is being honored as a notable woman of influence. Read more.
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