We hope you will also show your support by bringing your family and friends to the outstanding programs in this year’s Cultural Arts & Entertainment Series. The range of programs includes performances by the Richmond Symphony Orchestra, guest lecturers, art exhibits at the Flippo Gallery located in Pace-Armistead Hall, as well as exceptional student drama and choral performances. Achievement in the ArtsThe Randolph-Macon College Award for Achievement in the Arts was created by the college’s Arts Council to recognize individuals who have made extraordinary contributions to the Arts in central Virginia and in so doing, have helped substantially the imaginative development of Randolph-Macon College students. The response to art both inside and outside the walls of Randolph-Macon College is equally important, and the recipient of the Achievement in the Arts Award will have created the venue, inspiration, and encouragement for our students, alumni, and friends to continue and expand their appreciation of art and their understanding of the world beyond the academic teaching space.
Past Recipients: Nancy Witt, Artist Bill Troxell, Music EducatorMark Russell Smith, Former Director of the Richmond Symphony Orchestra
Thank you for your interest in and continuing support of the arts program at Randolph-Macon College!
Arts Council Members
Mac Alfriend ‘66Carlene BassCarrie Bickford ‘01 (Vice Chair)Dean Browell ‘98Genevieve and Hank Chenault ‘54
Sarah Hendricks (Staff Liason)Susan LeachmanCheryl LindgrenJoe Mattys (Faculty Liason)
Maria and Peter Rippe (Co-Chairs)John Vaughan ‘66Sue WatsonJeremy Witt ‘92
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