Three Walnuts are participating in Juilliard's Composers and Choreographers class this fall, in which dance and composition students work together to create original pieces. Sean Lammer '15, Mossy ParkeHarrison '15, and Matthew Gilmore '15 are members of the class and will perform their final works this weekend, November 18 and 19.
In May 2016, Deborah received her PhD in Clinical Psychology from Adelphi University. Currently, she is completing a postdoctoral fellowship in New York City.
Kelli Davies (Visual Art 2014) was awarded the Philip DiMatteo Scholarship Award for Growth and Achievement by Massachusetts College of Art and Design, and was featured in the First Years' Finest Show at MassArt.
George Li was named New Artist of the Month by Musical America Worldwide.
Since graduating from Walnut Hill, Philip Boulanger '02 has been busy making his mark on the world. A musician and educator, Philip focuses on the goal of expanding access to the arts, particularly for young people.
We recently enjoyed two opportunities to celebrate the diversity of the Walnut Hill community with special events on campus with a film screening of the documentary Real Boy and an evening of salsa on the Hill!
Members of the French III class had a very special opportunity last week to deepen their understanding of history. They heard firsthand from the grandmother of a student in the class about her childhood during the second World War in France.
Walnut Hill faculty member Stephen Lacy's latest work, which contemplates the New England whaling industry, is on display at Lincoln's deCordova Sculpture Park and Museum from October 2016 through March 2017.
Mary Turner Cattan '60, a psychotherapist and spiritual director, published her first book, Pilgrimage of Awakening: The Extraordinary Lives of Murray and Mary Rogers, in June.