Kudos and Congratulations for the week of June 25, 2017


Dance student Siera Crist is one of five Calfee Girls for the Pulaksi Yankees this summer (along with Sebrena Williamson, as reported last week). Calfee Girls perform during the games of this Appalachian League team.

Z.L. Feng, art professor, won the Maria T. Leyendecker Memorial Award at the 68th Annual Nation Exhibit of the Texas Watercolor Society.

A. Magazine for the Arts recently featured art alumnus Adam Justice. He is a curator at the Mint Museum in Charlotte. Read more ...

Music alumna Jasmine McCormick is the new music teacher at Johnson Elementary School in Charlottesville, Virginia.

Music Education students Kat McLean and Caleb Linkous completed the level 1 training of the Choral Music Experience choral teacher training at Michigan State University (MSU) in East Lansing, Michigan. Over the course of the week, they learned voice building, score study, and best teaching practices from the podium. They also conducted and taught the MSU Children's Choir.

Music alumna Emily Surface is the new music teacher for Dublin, Snowville, and Riverlawn Elementary Schools in Pulaski County, Virginia.

MFA studio graduate students Lam Tung Dinh and Leslie King are part of the Artful Lawyer’s “Whet Your Palette: Printmaking Exhibit,” opening July 19 in Blacksburg. This features Dinh’s woodblock prints and King’s Photopolymer gravures. Read more ...

Music alumnus Andrew Weed is starting his middle school and high school orchestra teaching career at Stafford County public Schools in Virginia.

Jun 29, 2017
Leslie King