Keep calm and converge at Reedfayre ’13

calligraphyReunions ’13: Reedfayre has begun, and all the pieces are in place for a festive convergence. So if you’re in Portland and making plans for the coming weekend, stay close to home and join the party at Reed, now through Sunday. There is live music, feasting, fireworks, and, of course, Stop Making Sense on the schedule (now scaled for mobile devices!).

Aesthetics in action:

Due to some cancellations, we have spots available for our hands-on Alumni College, “Developing a Quality Aesthetic,” starting this Sunday and running through Wednesday morning. Check out this overview, and let Mike Teskey, director of alumni & parent relations, know if you are interested in attending the whole program or just select sessions.

  • Sunday we will build a milk stool at the studio of Gary Rogowski ’72.
  • Monday we will discuss the nature of quality with Prof. Jan Mieskowski and then head to the home of Diane Morgan ’77 for a cooking/tasting discussion.
  • Tuesday we will talk and do calligraphy in the morning and engage in a music-listening session in the afternoon.
  • And, finally, on Wednesday we will talk about architecture on the Reed campus.

The who’s coming list is growing, and you still have plenty of time to sign up! Online registration is no longer available, but come to Reunions Central in Kaul Auditorium when you arrive, and we’ll set you up so that your booklet and name tag can be waiting for you.

Hundreds of your fellow alumni are already on campus . . . hope to see you here!

Artwork by Todd Hesse

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