by Kerry M. King (’85), Maria Henson (’82) and Carol L. Hanner
The shock of encountering abstract expressionism. Playing a trombone from dad. A studio art class that upended career plans. Faculty cite these among seminal events that changed their lives, setting the arts as their destiny.
Woody Faircloth (’90) didn’t feel right about sending only thoughts and prayers to victims of the Camp Fire in California. Instead, he started with one RV, and with the help of ‘angels,’ he found a way to keep on giving.