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Artist to Give Paste Paper Demonstration at Westminster College

Artist Lynn Gall, current exhibitor in the Westminster College Art Gallery, will host a Paste Paper workshop for invited participants Saturday, March 25, from 9 a.m.-4 p.m. at Patterson Hall room 319.

 "The public is invited to stop by and watch children and adults try their hand at this age-old process," said Peggy Cox, professor of art at Westminster College.  "Paste Paper is a method of making decorative papers that can be used in other craft and fine art projects, such as book covers, stationary, wrapping papers, collages, and boxes.  The paper is coated with a premixed blend of pastes and acrylic paints, applied to a paper surface, and then removed with various tools to create simple to very complex designs."

 "My work is about paper," writes Gall in her artist's statement.  "From a very early age, I was surrounded with paper collectibles of all kinds, since my mother was an antique dealer specializing in ephemera.  It just seemed perfectly natural to me to turn to these materials when I decided to make art.  Underlying all my work, is the universal theme of time and its passing – sometimes fleeting, sometimes epochal, but always enigmatic and relentless."

 Gall, a professional artists who resides in Hartford, Conn., earned undergraduate and master's degrees in anthropology and organizational behavior.  She conducts a variety of workshops across the country.  Her exhibit titled, "Collective Memory," is influenced by Floridan colors, patterns, and textures.

 Contact Cox at (724) 946-7266 or e-mail pcox@westminster.edu for more information.

Lynn Gall


Faculty Forum Resumes at Westminster College

Bernard Durkin, director of the Science in Motion program at Westminster College, will give a faculty forum Wednesday, Sept. 10, at 11:30 a.m. at the McKelvey Campus Center.

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Westminster College English Professor Edits Book

Dr. James E. Perkins, professor of English and chair of the Department of English and Public Relations, co-edited Robert Penn Warren's All the Kings Men.

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Westminster College Announces Interim Dean of the College

Dr. Jesse Mann, will serve as Westminster College's Interim Vice President for Academic Affairs and Dean of the College.

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Sandy Edmiston Meditation Labyrinth Dedication Scheduled Oct. 22

Sandy Edmiston Meditation Labyrinth
Sandy Edmiston handing out tree seedlings to children, April 2004.

The meditation labyrinth will be formally dedicated Sunday, Oct. 22, at 2 p.m. at the Westminster College Field Station, 937 Fayette-New Wilmington Road in New Wilmington, to Sandy Edmiston, a 2005 Westminster graduate who died in a rock climbing accident in Aug. 2005.

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President Elected Chair of APCU

President R. Thomas Williamson

Westminster College President R. Thomas Williamson was elected as the new chair of the Association of Presbyterian Colleges and Universities (ACPU) at the organization's annual meeting last month. His term will run through April 2008.

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Westminster College Music Faculty to Give Recital

Westminster College will host a faculty recital for flute, organ, and voice on Friday, Jan. 25, at 7 p.m. in Wallace Memorial Chapel. The concert is free and open to the public.

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Concert Choir Presents "Music & Meatballs"

Music & Meatballs '07
Music & Meatballs '07

The Westminster College Concert Choir will present the eighth annual "Music and Meatballs" Friday, Oct. 3, at the New Wilmington Presbyterian Church. Patrons may choose from three seating times: 4:30 p.m., 5:45 p.m., and 7 p.m.

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Spring Cleaning at the Field Station

New Castle Walmart associates pick up twigs at the Field Station
New Castle Walmart associates weigh and empty bags of shredded paper

In preparation for a proper celebration of Earth Week, April 19-25, at the Field Station, a handful of local Walmart associates volunteered on March 21, the first day of spring, to help clean up after a long winter. Traditional and non-traditional cleaning was in order.

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Director of Bands Invited to be Guest Conductor

Dr. R. Tad Greig

Dr. R. Tad Greig, Westminster College associate professor and director of bands, will be the guest conductor for the District 1 Honors Band March 4-5.

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