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The Roots of Our Foundation: Presidential Prescriptive

Date: October 1 – October 31st Reception and talk: October 16 at 3pm


Exhibition Details:

One that many alumni and friends may find especially interesting is an exhibit in the Cochenour Gallery of Ensor Learning Resource Center called “The Roots of our Foundation: Presidential perspectives.” It is the work of the Curatorial Studies class under the direction of Jeanette Tesmer, Gallery Director/Curator of Collections.
It highlights the past presidents of Georgetown College, focusing highly on inaugurations and each individual’s goals for their term. Images, quotes and personal effects tell the story of the building blocks of this foundation as well as the growth and the aspiration of Georgetown College through the men who led it. The exhibit opens October 1.
Curatorial Studies students Mary Violet Woosley (class of 2015) and Rachel Cook (class of 2016) have been instrumental in preparing the exhibit. They and Ms. Tesmer welcome visitors to a reception and gallery talk on Thursday, October 16, at 3 p.m. in the Cochenour Gallery.
President Greene’s inauguration ceremony is scheduled for Friday, October 17, at 2 p.m. in John L. Hill Chapel.

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