Wheaton College Norton, Massachusetts
Wheaton College
The Arts

2009-2010

Fall 2009

Miguel Almestica and Los Pleneros Del Coco—Latin American musicians
Merlinda Bobis—Filipino-Australian writer/performance artist
Mark Churchill—cellist/Dean, New England Conservatory of Music
Joe Galeota—African drummer
Marsha Goldberg—painter
Srinivas Krishnan—South Indian musician/scholar
Gardner McFall '74—poet
Robert and Shana ParkeHarrison—photographers
Juanito Pascual and Friends—Flamenco dancers and musicians
Edna Pressler, Ph.D.—psychologist/executive coach
Nancy Hitschland Ramage—Art Historian
Andrea Taylor-Blenis—choreographer
Jeremy Woodward—set designer/puppeteer

Spring 2010

Susan Corso—playwright
Thomas Enman—vocal coach
Sarah Ganz-Blythe—Director of Education, RISD
Peter Hutton—Director, Film and Arts Program, Bard College
Julie Kapur—choreographer
Balla Kouaté—World Vision, balafon player
Karen Kunc—printmaker
Bonnie Maranca—editor-in-chief, PAJ Books; professor of theatre at the New School/Eugene Lang College, NY
Zakes Mda—South African novelist
Angel David Nieves—Associated Professor, Africana Studies, Hamilton College
Suzan-Lori Parks—playwright
Ruth Phillips—Canada Research Chair in Modern Culture, Art Historian
Judy Richardson—documentary film producer
Solar Winds
Solati Trio—woodwind quintet (Jill Dreeben, flute;Neil Fairbairn, bassoon;Mark Margolies, clairinet; Dan Shaud, french horn; Charlyn Bethell, oboe)
Sheriden Thomas—director
Mako Yoshikawa—novelist

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