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Catron Scholarship Recipients

Catron Scholarships Recipients Scholars Exhibition Showcase Scholars

The Catron Scholarships are intended to support the artistic growth of talented students in the creative and performing arts through off-campus educational experiences, either at a formal educational institution or through structured practical hands-on exposure, in the United States or abroad, for a summer or a semester.

This fund's purpose is to encourage students to develop as artists through experiences at various off-campus venues that extend beyond the existing William & Mary curriculum and departmental programs. To that end, the Fund will support off-campus activities that are instrumental in helping students enhance their artistic capabilities through academic or studio classes, structured hands-on experiences, or a combination of the two.

The fourth annual Catron Scholars Exhibit and Reception will be on Thursday, November 17th, 2016 from 5pm-7pm in the Andrews Hall Gallery.

The 2016 Scholarship Recipients

Liam Corcoran studied landscape painting at the International Center for the Arts in MonteCastello di Vibio, Italy

Catherine Goodson studied Theater for Social change in Philadelphia and New York 

Tom Kalnas studied Theater at the London Academy of Music and Dramatic Arts

Thomas Le studied Creative Writing at Washington University 

Claire Seaton studied documentary filmmaking at the Accademia dell'arte in Arezzo, Italy

Chenjie Shao studied Landscape Architecture at the Harvard Graduate School of Design

The 2015 Scholarship RecipientsCatron Scholars Exhibition Invitation

Beatrice Chessman studied Figure Drawing in Florence, Italy

Stephanie Faucher worked in Film Production Immersion in New York City

Kristen Halvorsen completed a course in Children's Book Illustration at the Rhode Island School of Design

Kareem Obey participated in the Summer Architecture Foundations Program in Copenhagen, Denmark 

Zoë Powell completed a Ceramics Residency at the Cub Creek Foundation in Appomatox, Virginia (An example of Zoë's ceramic work is featured in the image to the right)