SCHOLARSHIPS EDUCATION CAMARADERIE NETWORKING
All Saints’ Church, Princeton, MONDAY, September 17, 2018
“GROUNDS FOR SCULPTURE: LOOKING AHEAD” Speaker: Heather Brady, Director of Education and Engagement for Grounds For Sculpture. In this newly created position, Brady is charged with supporting GFS’s education and public programming efforts to design and curate exciting and meaningful experiences that convey the great value of visual, performing, and literary arts for young children, youth, and adults of all backgrounds and interests. Brady comes to Grounds For Sculpture from The Noguchi Museum in New York, where she served as the head of education. In this position, she was responsible for overseeing programs designed to support visitors of all ages and abilities as they formed personal connections with the art, life, and vision of the museum’s founder and establishing enduring, collaborative relationships with area schools and community-based organizations. Brady also actively worked with marketing and development teams to raise the museum’s profile and secure support for its programming. “This is a place that was created for everyone,” Brady said of Grounds For Sculpture. Event organized by Janet Reiche.
Club President’s Message: One of the best things about the College Club is the number of members who are so willing to pitch in and help. “Helping” includes bringing guests to our meetings. Janet Reiche, Lorraine Haucke, Mary Tamm, Marilyn Shteir, and Beverly Kestenis all shared their afternoon with guests. It was wonderful to see those new faces.
I also want to mention the members who helped with the tea and clean up, and they all volunteered…Diana Cedeno, Mary Reiling, Bonnie Larson, Gay Culin, Alyce Conlon, Janet Young, and Dora Bowers.
If I have left someone out, please let me know. And can someone tell me how Mary Lincoln manages to look younger every year!
(Photos: ~Courtesy Kathy Hutchins)