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What's new?

Half of all Hartwick students study, create, or perform in the Anderson Center for the Arts each year

Come to campus and you'll see: the Anderson Center is abuzz with activity! Studio art majors dive deep into ceramics, glassblowing, painting, and more. They're working alongside - and inspiring - business, science, and social science majors who might literally be trying their hand at a creative outlet for the first time. And speaking of inspiration, they're all learning from accomplished faculty that include photographer Kath Kreisher, sculptor Terry Slade, and digital media artist Joe Von Stengel.

The same high-level creative work is happening among our singers and musicians and their faculty. The music studios of talented professionals are alive with voice, brass, and strings performers developing their talents. The Anderson classrooms are filled with everything from theory to instructional methodology.

Hartwick is now offering an unprecedented opportunity to support young artists and musicians with two donor recognition initiatives. Click here to learn more about Take Your Seat and Take Part in the Art.

Read the Current Issue of Impact:
The Campaign for Hartwick Students Newsletter: February 2015
The Campaign for Hartwick Students Newsletter: February 2015

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Past Issues:
The Campaign for Hartwick Students Newsletter: October 2014

The Campaign for Hartwick Students Newsletter: January 2014

The Campaign for Hartwick Students Newsletter: June 2014

Casey Mullaney '12

My experience at Hartwick College would not have been possible without the scholarships that I received. If I had the opportunity to thank the people who donated to those scholarships, I’d take them to my cabin at Pine Lake, make them a cup of Malian tea, show them my pictures, and just try to communicate what the past four years have meant to me because it’s been incredible and I am so happy I was able to be here.

- Casey Mullaney '12

Triple major in English, French and religious studies; now working for the Center for Community Alternatives, NYC
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