William Wegman ponders placement of one of his works in the Hello Nature exhibition.
In an audio clip accompanied by a slideshow of his work, William Wegman reflects on some of the paintings that compose his Bowdoin College Museum of Art exhibition Hello Nature.
He gives us his impressions of his very first painting, discusses what he describes as a self-conscious approach to some of the work, and talks about his techniques.
Two Bowdoin alumnae are pursuing careers in business, but are approaching their future livelihoods with sustainability as their focus.
Katie Grote ’02 and Ayaka Emoto ’05
Friends Ayaka Emoto ’05 and Katie Grote ’02 met as MBA students at Presidio Graduate School in San Francisco, which offers both MBA and MPA degrees. Grote graduated in May, and Emoto finishes next spring.
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The fragile and haunting music of Wolf Larsen, a stage name for Sarah Ramey ’03, is only one of many journeys undertaken by the artist. Having served as the personal blogger for Barack Obama’s presidential campaign in 2008, she is currently writing a book, The Lady’s Handbook for Her Mysterious Illness, due out next year. NPR delves into still another aspect of her work — the genesis of the music video for her latest song “If I Be Wrong,” a story replete with an eclectic cast of characters and an element of Hong Kong-style fight choreography.
The U.S. Federal Reserve building in Washington, D.C.
With less than three months until voters head to the polls, Brett Nelson, Forbes executive editor-turned-entrepreneur, has compiled a quick cheat sheet of 10 issues to think about as November approaches.