David West, associate professor of art, organized what was estimated to be the largest gathering of art majors at Gordon, in one place at one time. “I jokingly refer to this as ‘forced family time,’” he said.
As a student, Brooke Fryer ’15 dreamt of combining her love of design and fashion with her passion for justice. As a recent grad and ANUGRA visionary, she’s doing just that.
“How can we as a company best be loving our neighbors and best be looking out for others through our profits?” asks Schuyler Anderson ’14, co-owner of Salemtown Board Co. “That filters into every aspect of what we’re doing.”
“Often when people think of structures they think of a standard, permanent fixture but the beauty of experimental sculpture is how it creates a rethinking of places we interact with.”