The Louis E. Catron Scholarship for Artistic Development provides funding to support the artistic growth of talented students in the creative and performing arts. Named in honor of Dr. Louis Catron, Professor of Theatre Emeritus, the purpose of this scholarship is to encourage students to develop as artists through experiences at various off-campus venues that extend beyond the existing William and Mary curriculum and departmental programs.
During the fall semester, the Charles Center hosts the Catron Scholars Exhibition and Reception in Andrews Hall Gallery. This event allows the current Catron Scholarship recipients to discuss and display their work.
The 2016 Catron Scholars reception will take place on Thursday, November 17, from 5 to 7 p.m. in the Andrews Gallery. The exhibition, currated by Professor Eliot Dudik, will run at the Gallery from November 15 through December 1.