The Kohl Gallery’s “ArtNOW: Baltimore” exhibition presented five Baltimore-based contemporary artists whose choice of media is vastly different, but the themes of the works are interrelated, reflecting upon the creative identity of their city. ArtNOW: Baltimore is the first of a series of shows slated to feature art from nearby cities, including Washington DC and New York.
Stephen McFall is the youngest student currently enrolled in Intermediate GIS, a course taught on the WC campus by GIS Director Stew Bruce. Steve has been working at the WC GIS lab since he came to campus in the fall. Each student enrolled in the class is working on an extensive project that must be completed by the end of the semester. Steve generally works on 3D projects in the lab as well as MapStory Foundation projects, but for this project he wanted to try something different. For his semester long assignment, Stew suggested that he compile information into maps to be given to the Greater Baden Medical Services. This seemed interesting, so Steve began working.
After an internship that gave him hands-on, Spanish-speaking business experience in Santiago, Chile, Ryan Bankert ’13 has already landed a full-time job with a global firm that has branches in his favorite place—Latin America.