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.
Alumni at the CAMEL (Camel Alumni: Meet, Exchange, Libate!) get-together in Boston Jan. 20 included, from left, Jon Pisarski '07, Katherine McCord '06, Julia Bianco '08, Caitlin Bresnahan '07 and Abby Ballou '07.
Camels have been celebrating the College's Centennial and reconnecting at events off campus and on.
View photos from recent events.
There's still space available at these gatherings in the coming weeks:
Feb. 23: Lunch and talk in New York with Alumni in Media and Entertainment
Join Mariko Kawachi ’06 of ID Public Relations; Kareem Abdul Lawrence ’93 of Sony.com; and André Robert Lee ’93, a documentary filmmaker. Christy Burke ’93 will moderate. Reserve your spot for this Distinguished Alumni Panel at http://rsvp.conncoll.edu.
March 10: Connecticut College at the National Portrait Gallery
Enjoy an exclusive preview of “Calder’s Portraits: A New Language” with Art History Professor Barbara Zabel. Zabel is curator of the exhibition and author of the exhibition catalog being published by the Smithsonian. Followed by a reception. Watch your mail for details. Register at http://rsvp.conncoll.edu; the cost is $15 per person.
March 23 & 24: Dean of the Faculty Roger Brooks Comes to Florida
Brooks, the College's chief academic officer, will speak to the Connecticut College Club of Greater Sarasota on March 23 and the Connecticut College Club of Southwest Florida in Naples on March 24. Watch your mail for details; registration will open soon.
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