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.
|Terry Clark discussing the religious diversity|
of Georgetown College — historically and today.
|We made it through the weekend!|
Orientation is over—whew!
Earl Grey with one of her advisees, Gus, from Brazil.