Sunday, August 18, 2013

Welcome Back!

Orientation has come and gone. It's a new academic year at Georgetown College and we want to welcome everyone to a new year, and a new year in the life of the GCVA—our departmental blog!

As to academics and art: Earl Grey and Prof. Daniel Graham are serving as academic advisors to transfers and first-years, respectively. Our Gallery Director, Jeanette, has a fabulous slate of exhibitions and events planned for our fall semester. 

On behalf of our entire department — including those on sabbatical — I want to welcome art students and others to the Wilson Art Building and extend a special welcome to art majors —returning and new ones!—who have chosen GC as their place to learn and grow.

I hope you enjoy the photos from some of the Orientation events. Truth be told, I forgot my camera on days 1 and 2, so I only have shots from Saturday:) ENJOY!
Jonathan Sands Wise explaining how Foundations 111
builds upon firm foundations of GC's curricular past.

Earl Grey giving instructions at
Spaces and Places—an orientation program for first-years and transfers.

One of the groups at the Community Garden hearing
from Campus Minister Bryan Langlands.
Harold Tallant, History Prof, talking about the campus during
the 19th century. 

Terry Clark discussing the religious diversity
of Georgetown College — historically and today.

Awaiting a visit with GC's Acting President, Granetta Blevins.

We made it through the weekend!
Orientation is over—whew!
Earl Grey with one of her advisees, Gus, from Brazil.

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