The SANDBOX program launches its first exhibition featuring famed sculptor, John Ruppert. Faculty, students and community members alike flocked to Kohl Gallery to see the works and learn more about the new interdisciplinary program.
Major donors to the Daniel Z. Gibson Center for the Arts and members of the Board of Visitors and Governors previewed “Second Nature: Masterpieces of 19th-Century Landscape Painting” in the Kohl Gallery, curated by Kohl Gallery Director and Underwood Chair in Art History Donald McColl. Singer Sue Matthews ‘75, accompanied by pianist Robert Redd performed “The American Songbook.”
Allison Speight ’14 and Emily Harris ’15, both graduates of the 2012 Chesapeake Semester, were recently awarded the Environmental Science Scholarship from the Friends of Blackwater National Wildlife Refuge.
As an offshore survey technician collecting and analyzing data for an international firm, Brendyn Meisinger ’13 can map the course of his new career directly from the Chester River to the deep blue sea.