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Current and Past Tenants

Fall 2013

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Spring 2013

Darren Chen (2016), Joonpyo Sohn (2016), Greg Karabinos (2015), Hasher Nisar (2016), and Khi Chou (2016) are preparing for the USA Management Challenge.

Tiffany Ting (2014) is continuing her food blog, "Fork the World: A Cooking Blog"

Andrew Catomeris (2015) is working to provide cheap knife sharpening to students and the community.

Jenny Marks (2014.5) is experimenting with stencil street art and flim photography.

Levi Westerveld (2015.5) and Vicky Marambio (2014.5) are hosting a weekly drawing workshop of various mediums.

Ben Stasiuk (2013.5) is perfecting his passion for tying flies for fly fishing.

Michael Judy (2015.5) is growing herbs with hopes of experimenting with their flavors in hopes of selling his creations.

Lauren Yang (2013) is carrying out a portraiture project called "Projections" about gender, racial, and projected stereotypes.

Isaac Baker (2014) and Christian Cain (2014.5) are developing and perfecting their hard cider recipes.

Anna Carroll (2014.5) is painting landscapes of her home state, Montana.

Zach Perzan (2014.5), David Paolella (2014.5), Patrick Li (2014.5) are exploring how to roll a variety of sushi and cook Asian dishes.

Eliot Neal (2015) is writing, practicing, and recording music.

Harry Zieve Cohen (2015), Chris Kennedy (2015), Nathan Weil (2015), Oliver Mayers (2015), Eddie Danino (2015), Jack Cookson (2015), and Elias Gilman (2015) are developing Middlebury Foods, an organization that strives to provide a market-based solution to hunger in Vermont.

Cody Austern-Aceto (2016.5) is building an electric guitar.

Mack Pauly (2014.5) is continuing his progress with his publishing company, Space Face Books.

Michael Martini (2015) is creating a spark gap tesla coil.

Nathan Goldstone (2013) is continuing his work on his novel.

Holly Hummer (2015) is experimenting with making French macarons, a brightly colored pastry.

Nick Rehmus (2015.5) and Björn Peterson (2015.5) are writing, practicing, and recording an album.

Marissa Perez (2016) is developing a photojournalism project that reveals people's life stories.

Samantha Vila (2015) is making a 3D aquarium inspired by Riusuke Fukahori.

Will Peckham (2014) is pursuing a project called H2Know, a smart-metering water fixture system.

Adrianna Baker (2015) and Sarah Ogden (2015) are developing gluten-free recipes for both cooking and baking.

Kyle Gerstenschlager (2015) is experimenting with new recipes and donating the food to the Community Suppers in town.

Danielle Collins (2015.5) is creating truffles to explore the process and to share with students on campus.

Aoife Duna (2016.5) is creating large, abstract paintings to communicate concepts of collective and personal identities.

Chloe Wilwerding (2015) is creating pour paintings with acrylics.

Krista Duke (2016) is planning dinners to connect the artist community on and off campus.

Ria Gerger (2016) and Katy Kim (2016) are working on "Operation Creative Outlet," a project that invigorates the creative spirit through various crafts and form of artistic expression.

Irene Estefania Gonzalez (2015) is continuing "The Happiness Factory," a project meant to brighten people's days with small, anonymous gestures such as thank you notes or an encouraging quote delivered to a mailbox.

Rachel Sider (2014) is using OSM as an office for her work with Empowering Voices, an organization she created from a Davis Project for Peace grant.

Pierce Brown (2015) is continuing to write poems and short fiction.

Mrig Mehra (2013) is painting and making prints inspired by the music of the 60s and 70s.

Sophruka Fukukawa (2016) is practicing her love of makeup and hairstyling.

Claire Abbadi (2016), Carly Andersen (2016), and Amanda Geller (2016) are creating satirical holiday and greeting cards with original artwork and witty musings. Amanda Geller (2016) is also painting portraits and working to sell her paintings.

Ioannis Kipouros (2015) is recreating the clothes and fashion style of the Medieval Era while adding 21st century influences.

Moria Sloan (2015) is a series of informal photography exhibits around campus to encourage students recognize the creativity and inspiration around them.

Prestige Shongwe (2016), Jia Ying Teoh (2016), Adrian Leong (2016), and Ho Wang (2016) is developing a prototype of a solar-powered lap desk.

Iracema Torres Drew (2013) is using OSM as a quiet space to continue his writing.

Kiya Vega-Hutchens (2013.5), Iracema Torres Drew (2013), and Syeda Habib (2013.5) are planning to start a dairy-free ice cream business in NYC and is using OSM as an office space.

David Freiberg (2015) is exploring fusion cooking techniques.

Jebb Norton (2013.5), Austin Bergeron (2013), Eyal Levy (2014.5), and Erik Benepe (2013.5) are continuing to learn the craft of brewing beer.

Sam Koplinka-Loehr (2013) is using the space to decipher the meanings of dreams.

Geoffrey Genova (2015) is continuing his work with stenviling and splatter paint.

Ben Anderson (2014.5) and Chapin Boyer (2014) are designing a tabletop game called Psychout.

Ian Thomas (2013.5) is continuing to design and code iPhone and iPad applications.

Sarah Briggs (2014.5) is continuing her painting projects.

Petr Knor (2015) and Kristina Pallova (2016) are continuing their photography projects that explore identity, relationships, and the Middlebury community.

Clare Donohue-Meyer (2016) and Sarah Galitre (exchange student) are hosting sessions that encourage work on a variety of knitting and sewing projects while sharing stories and reading aloud from varios novels.

Zachary Lounsbury (2015.5) is focusing on Project FRAME, an effort that uses the placement of empty picture frames to invoke an appreciation of the world around us.

Molly Shane (2013) is hosting Energy Literacy Dinners, events that give students a space to learn about, discuss, and explore energy efficiency on campus.

Fall 2012

Maggie Khuu (2013) and Victoria Chiang (2013) will document the transition of select locations on Middlebury’s campus from Fall to Winter through a photography exhibition

 

Veronica Coates (2014), Aya Gallego (2013), and Leandra Urena (2015) will provide students with a space in which their “textured” hair can be styled

 

Ben Anderson (2014.5) and Chapin Boyer (2014) will develop a tabletop RPG along the lines of the popular game Dungeons and Dragons

 

Sara Dinkin (2012.5) will take a scientific approach to cooking and create an entirely new experience to the average dinner

 

Sally Caruso (2015.5) and Robbie Seltzer (2015) will bring people together by creating spaces adorned with art that catalyze meaningful interactions outside of their daily routine

 

Matthew Whitley (2013) will continue to make Origami earrings

 

Sarah Briggs (2014.5) will paint using water colors and oil pastels

 

Nathan Goldstone (2013) will write short stories and poems

 

Pippa Stanley (2014) will create several short audio pieces composed of clips from oral histories of the Copper River Valley area in southeastern Alaska, which will be featured in a story app for smartphones and on a watershed tour website for the Copper River Watershed Project

 

Alex Knight (2014.5) will continue the work he began last semester of mixed media paintings including graphite, charcoal, ink, watercolor, oil paint, oil pastels, and charcoal pastels

 

Dan Miller (2013), Addie Cunniff (2013), and Abigail Borah (2013) will focus on topics that push the boundaries of academia and question the traditional forms of discussion, debate, writing, researching. Their time will culminate in insTED, a colloquium of micro, multimedia “presentations” - ideas not worth forgetting

 

Gaby Lee (2014.5) will bake pastries and desserts

 

Elias Alexander (2013) will do recordings of his own songs

 

Eleanor Bennett (2014.5), Kat James (2014.5), and Sarah Marcus (2014) will create art journals in which they will write down ideas, thoughts, and feelings, accompanied by images, painting, photography, etc.

 

Geoffrey Genova (2015) will create splatter paint art as well as work on and try out new stencils designs using spray paint

 

Clarie Hodgdon (2015) will write a novel

 

Brian Ayers (2014) will promote his brand Goodees Clothing

 

Adina Marx-Arpadi (2013.5) will continue her exploration of collage and found-object art

 

Elori Kramer (2013.5) and Graeme Daubert (2012.5) will rehearse with their band Alpenglow

 

Ian Thomas (2013.5) will continue his work creating iPhone/iPad applications

 

Sarah Bates (2014) will continue her clothing reconstruction project

 

Onelissa Martinez (2012) will restore/renew/re-purpose old items that I will find or buy (from yard sales, antique stores, thrift shops, etc.)

 

Kirsten Endicott (2014.5) will paint many canvases of fish and combine them into a large “aquarium”

 

Lily Miao (2014) and Gaby Lee (2014.5) will learn the practice of cooking amazing, delicious, healthy food good for the body, mind, soul and earth.

 

Bianca Giaever (2012.5) and Hilary Platt (2012.5) will continue their Dinner with Strangers Project of inviting ten strangers (students, professors, alumni, and townpeople) for a dinner cooked by a "guest chef." The strangers write down questions that interest them on notecards that are sometimes used to guide the conversation

 

Darren Chen (2016), Greg Karabinos (2015), and Joonpyo Sohn (2016) will work in and set up a space as a meeting room to prepare and do well in the USA Management Challenge

 

Parker Woodworth (2013.5) and Worth Baker (2012.5) will make designer t-shirts by experimenting with hand-cut letter press dying techniques

 

Thomas Jebb Norton (2013.5), Eyal Levy (2014.5), and Austin Bergeron (2013) will brew their own beer

 

David Freiberg (2015) and Samantha Simas (2015) will pursue their culinary passion 

Spring 2012

Freshta Basij-Raskih (2014) will design and produce clothing using traditional ideas and materials from different provinces and ethnic groups in Afghanistan

 

Matthew Hedgpeth (2012), Sam Wyer (2012), and Daniel Vikum (2012) will write music and rehearse with bands The Trusion Project and Goat Pack, with hope to record an EP for the latter group

 

Matthew Whitley (2013) will create origami jewelry and host workshops for this craft

 

Alex Knight (2013) will study mixed-media paintings using graphite, charcoal, ink, watercolor, oil paint, oil pastels, charcoal pastels on paper, canvas, fabric, and cardboard

 

Emma Hodge (2012), Astrid Schanz-Garbassi (2012), and Nina Wright (2012) will experiment with healthy, local ingredients, create a cookbook of successful recipes, and document the process with photography

 

Chelsea Edgar (2013) will create a blog of interviews with artists, writers, and creative people in Vermont and New England

 

Michael K. Graham (2014) will develop Safinia, Inc.'s MedicalMentor, program that uses proprietary algorithms to guide physicians and patients in making medical care decisions

 

Fabiana Benedini Galli Zambardino (2015) will create mosaics out of recyclable materials

 

Elisabeth Seite (2013) will start a Happiness circle, where participants talk about happiness on philosophical, psychological, and poetical levels to understand Happiness today

 

William Brooke (2014) will use the Old Stone Mill as a social place for Middlebury students to create art in a group setting

 

Michi Arai (2014) will design and sew clothing with an interest in creating up-cycled work

 

Hannah Christie Meier (2012) will experiment with baking and crafts using Martha Stewart as a role model

 

Adina Marx-Arpadi (2013) will use the Old Stone Mill to create collage and found-object assemblage projects

 

Chapin Boyer (2014) will design and build a video game about a man trapped with a robot in a sentient forest

 

Sarah Briggs (2014) will use the Old Stone Mill as a space to paint

 

Linnea Meyer (2014) will start a shop on Etsy.com to sell unique, handmade jewelry

 

Josh Swartz (2014), Jeannie Bartlett (2015), Hannah Bristol (2014), and Annie Hopper (2014) will build a wooden sled—flexible flyer style—with guidance from a local dogsledder

 

Vivian Cowan (2014) will build Crater, a website like Amazon that sells environmentally green products

 

Sarah Bates (2014) will continue a fabric reconstruction project that began at the Old Stone Mill last spring, creating innovative up-cycled garments, with the hopes of beginning a profitable business

 

Ethan Litman (2013) will construct and operate a food and beverage cart at Middlebury College

 

Anthony Stepney (2014) will carry out photography projects, paintings, drawings, and music projects and create an interview series

 

Pierce Brown (2015) will work on various creative projects, including poetry, fiction, and drama for submission to literary publications

 

Patrick Li (2014), Zach Perzan (2014), and David Paolella (2014) will open an entrepreneurial sushi business on campus to provide sushi delivery services for students throughout the week

 

Tshering Yudon (2013) and Edward Pendgergast (2013) will bake and decorate a variety of different cupcakes to share with friends

 

Alexandra Weinstein (2013.5) will experiment with baking techniques to make the ultimate molten chocolate cake

 

Vincent Jones (2012) will organize and produce an exhibition of his photography

 

Anna Ready-Campbell (2013.5) will continue to explore linoleum printmaking

 

Bianca Giaever (2012.5) will continue the popular Dinner with Strangers, which invites strangers from the community to come together and enjoy a meal

 

Alex Bea (2012), will develop Bumu, a company that harvests the nutritional value of insects to feed developing populations

Fall 2011

Tom Crocker (’12) will continue to run and build his ski-tuning business, which began several semesters ago within the walls of the Old Stone Mill.

Elise Hanks (’11.5) will create a series of green art projects, including a series of sustainable gardens contained in terrariums.

Cha Tori (’13), Lilah Leopold (’12), and Nerissa Khan (’12) will create a student-run gallery with publicized exhibits, using the gallery space of the Old Stone Mill.

Khhalid Tellis (’13) will engage with a variety of projects, including working on a novel, reading, song writing, and play writing.

Hannah Meier (‘12) and Chelsea Ward-Waller (‘12) will pursue practices of yoga and massage.

Peter Coccoma (’12) will continue to pursue music-making and songwriting, and will compose a score for a silent film.

Ana Vallejo (’12) will cook French cusine for family-style dinners, drawing upon culinary experiences from her time aborad.

Jane Williams (‘11.5) will host crafting times for various members of the community to come together and create art.

Jeremy Cline (’11.5) will pursue an Indian healing art called Sat Nam Rasayan, which uses a gentle touch and meditative awareness to heal mind and body.

Isabella Tudisco-Sadacca (’13.5) will pursue both dance and spoken word poetry, and hopes to combine the two in her pieces.

Matthew Hedgpeth (’12) will continue to write music and rehearse with The Trusion Project, which performs jazz-fusion based improvisation sets.

Vincent A. Jones (’12) will work on organizing and producing an exhibit of his photography.

Laurice Fox (’12) will create opinion directed essays and articles, in addition to experimenting with watercolors.

Elori Kramer (‘13.5) and Danny Loehr (‘13.5) will design and sell bike bags, drawing upon their biking trip of Summer 2011.

Emily Jacke (’12.5) will design and create costumes for a student theatre production.

Carly Shumaker (’13) will design greeting cards, employing a variety of techniques.

Katherine Harris (’14) and Hannah Ostrow (’14) will create a lifestyle website that is geared to the particular interests of Middlebury Students.

Kaleigh Spollen (’13) will pursue jewelry making and hand-bound books, with the hopes of eventually selling her products.

Toby Israel (‘14) will continue to pursue clothing redesign and reconstruction, turning used clothing into beautiful, up-cycled garments.

Rebecca Hartje (’14) and Sarah Bates (’14) will create a This American Life style podcast focused on Middlebury students and the Middlebury community.

Ian Thomas (’13.5) will continue with his business, which designs and creates iPhone and iPad apps.

Michael Gadomski (’13.5) will engage in song-writing, and experimenting on his guitar.

Devin MacDonald (’13.5) will continue to write poetry, with the goal of producing a collection of published poems.

Andrew Weaver (’13.5) will experiment with stained-glass making and soldering.

Max Hoffman (’14.5) will write short stories and poems, and do his own accompanying illustrations with charcoal.

Ian Stewart (’14), Moss Turpan (’14), Dylan Redford (’14), and Sam Tolzmann (’14) will start a literary/arts publication, one which seeks to publish work that isn’t typically found in college publications, focusing on unique presentation and layout.

Patrick Li (‘14), Zach Perzan (’14), and David Paolella (’14) will learn how to roll a wide variety of sushi, and will explore cooking and making other types of Asian dishes.

Ben Anderson (’14.5) will complete a novella, with the ultimate goal of self-publication which will involve a book art style project.

Will Potter (’14.5) will continue to develop web design, including collaboration with other entrepreneurs.

Sarah Bates (’14) will
Continue the fabric reconstruction project that began at the Old Stone Mill last spring, creating innovative up-cycled garments, with the hopes of beginning a profitable business.

Chapin Boyer (’14) will create a collection of short stories.
Marcella Maki (’14) will usie organic/sustainable fabric with up-cycled clothing to explore the possibilities for sustainability in the fashion industry.

Anthony Stephney (’14) will carry out photography projects, paintings, drawings, and music projects.

Hannah Pierce (’13) will create a dance piece.

Russell Jacobs (’12)  Peter Kaplan (’13.5) Cecily Glouchevitch (‘12.5) Claire Sibley (’13)  Ben Orbison (’12.5) will create Middlebury’s first Shakespeare Company, and will use the space to hold logistical meetings, design costumes and sets, analyze and revise the script and create promotional content in order to mount a full production of A Midsummer Night’s Dream.

John Diebold (’11.5) will study and practice the teaching of yoga.

Lily Andrews (’14) will continue to explore within her personal meditation practice.

Sara Bachman (‘13.5) will experiment with mindfulness, intentional movement, and different energy-work techniques.

Anna Ready-Campbell (13.5) will continue to explore linoleum printmaking.

Connor Wakayama (’14) will create a T-Shirt design business which allows students to submit designs online.

Bianca Giaever (’12.5) will continue the popular Dinner With Strangers.

Yen Le (’12)Bianca Dragone, Eli Maroscher, Benjamin Tabb, Dan Whateley, Mila King-Musza, Allen Hoffman, and Ty Carleton, will design a website that enables people to track their progress towards completing specific projects.

Phoebe Plank  (’12) and Avery McNiff (’12) will create a jam company, experimenting with different recipes and local ingredients.

Alexandra Guynn (’12) will create paintings based on her own photographs from her experiences abroad.

Edward Fitzgibbons (’13) will create a company that designs trays to by students on crutches while they are in cafeterias.

Cecily Glouchevitch (’12.5), Francesca Lambert (’11.5) and Ali Vallarta (’13) will design, reconstruct, and create different apparel including clothing, hats, shoes, bags and jewelry.

Carson Dietz Hartmann (’12.5) and Marcella Houghton (’12.5) will experiment with silk-screening, pinhole camera photography, and natural dying.

Lydia Jun (’12) will create dinners in the style of “Dinner With Strangers”

Joey Radu (’13) will work on a creative writing project- a combination of poetry, and fiction.

Emma Burke (’12) will begin a dining club, organized around a co-op division of work.

Summer 2011

Vedika Khanna (’13) will investigate several creative writing projects, poetry, and the creation of a novel.

Sarah Bates (’14) and Toby Israel (’14)will create upcycled clothing by piecing together and re-envisioning pre-worn clothing.

Sara Bachman (’13.5) will explore different yogic traditions and music, with a whole-body intentionality.

Brian Sirkia (’12.5) will use the Old Stone Mill as a center from which to coordinate and work on two businesses, one called MiddRentals.com, and another, summerrentals.com.

Sasha Rivera (’12) will write a new full-length play, with the intention of producing the work at Middlebury in spring 2012.

Carly Shumaker (’13) will desgin and create a variety of greeting cards, employing different artistic techniques.

Chris Batson (’13) will draw, paint, and explore new creative avenues, with an emphasis on illustrating the forms of the human body.

Greg Dier (’12.5) and Ryan Kim (’14) plan to develop investment strategies inside of and outside of Vermont for real estate and other fixed assets.

Emma Burke (’12) plans to create a selection of work exploring and experimenting with traditional art forms, including batik, thangka, and wood carving.

Spring 2011

Charlie Dunning (2013) - will use Adobe Flash and a digital tablet to create short animations. He plans to produce a children's book based on classical drawing and painting techniques that he will digitally render.

Tom Crocker (2011.5) - will continue to use OSM space for his ski tuning business, which he started this past fall.

Macky Franklin (2011) - will continue his work on Bicycle2Bicycle.com, an online social cycling network that he is coding from scratch.

Valentin Quan (2012) - will create and promote the TeraWatt Club, aimed at encouraging discussion, research, and problem solving about the world's energy problems.

Will Potter (2014.5) - will write and design web pages and applications, in addition to collaborating with other entrepreneurs to help bring their Internet ideas to life.

Phoebe Plank (2012) and Avery McNiff (2012) - will start a jam business with local farmers and vendors. They will use their space to test original jam recipes, and to develop a business plan.

Ian Thomas (2013.5) - will continue his work designing, programming and publishing iPhone and iPad applications.

Corinne Prevot (2013) - will continue her work designing and distributing outdoor winter accessories, for her business, SKIDA, which she created.

Dane Verret (2012) - will work on various writing projects, including a one-man Spoken Word performance, which he plans to perform in the next year.

Fifelo Aganga (2013) - plans to write and rehearse a play written entirely in slam poetry with the other performers in verbal onslaught. He plans to perform the play in late spring.

Chapin Boyer (2014) - will write a novel with characters that will incorporate the names on tombstones in the Middlebury College graveyard.

Mack Pauly (2014.5) - will be creating a 'zine featuring his own writing and drawings alongside those of his peers, which he plans to publish before the end of the semester.

Madison Mainwaring (2012.5) - will be working on a novella incorporating the ideas of lost industry and sexuality.

Zach Fenster (2012) - will research, plan, and write a historical novel.

Zoe Isaacs (2013.5) - will compile a magazine featuring stories she collected while traveling on her MALT trip.

Moss Turpan (2014), Dylan Redford (2014) and Ian Stewart (2014) - will be creating a literary magazine.

Devin MacDonald (2013.5) - will use OSM to edit poems and short stories that she will then compile into a book.

Kaity Potak (2011) - will use her space in OSM to write a novella.

Margaret Fulford (2013) - will use her space in OSM to write a graphic novel.

Eamon Fogarty (2011) - will continue composing, playing, and recording music, which draws upon traditional folk roots. He plans to have a release show in the gallery when he finishes.

Ivan Kuraev (2011) - will continue to record his unique music which he believes captures time and place instead of the isolated sound of an instrument. Ivan will store his keyboard in the gallery and his other instruments on the shelf in the bathroom.

Elias Alexander (2012) - will write songs and synthesize a journey through different styles of fiddle music. The songs range from works inspired by Scottish and Gaelic traditional melodies to Americana, to more contemporary styles, and include a number of bagpipe and fiddle tunes. He plans to finish them to a performance and recording-ready level.

Denise Hofmann (2011) and her group The Trusion Project - will use the OSM to practice improvisation-based music. At OSM, they will practice and prepare for Trusion project gigs.

Matt Churchio (2011) and Toren Hardee (2011) - will continue to use OSM to play electronic music.

Max Godfrey (2013.5) - will continue composing, learning, and playing music on guitar, fiddle, and harmonica. Max plays folk and blues. He plans to do a performance in the gallery later this spring.

Michael Gadomski (2013.5) - will use the space to write and rehearse original music, using mostly guitar and vocals.

Ricky Chen (2013) - will use the Steinway piano in the gallery to prepare for a concert, and to perform his music prior to the concert.

Emma Burke (2012) - plans to create a coherent selection of work (mostly painting and mixed media) - exploring and experimenting with some of these traditional art forms, including batik, thangka, and possibly wood carving. Her goal is to be able to express some of her experiences from her time spent abroad through these pieces.

Emily McDonald (2012) - will work to understand and be able to represent visually the human body on a structural (bone), muscular and special level. She will work mostly in large and small scale drawings, paintings, and photographs. Her goal of this project is to produce a series of artworks that express the complexity, beauty, and overall nature of the human body as a thing in space.

Evio Isaacs (2013), Jonah Merris (2013) and Alexander Russo (2012.5) - make conscious interventions on campus that will transform an insignificant walk from point A to point B into a visual experience that causes one to engage with one's surroundings. In so doing, they hope to elicit a growing appreciation for the “spaces between.” Ultimately, they hope to affect a shift in how one appraises destinations versus the paths that get us there.

Lauren Yang (2013) - plans to create a blog that combines cartoons and writing. She also plans to learn more about the process of screenprinting.

Isabel Howard (2011.5) - will use space to work on a fashion scrapbook and other creative endeavors.

Ariele Faber (2012) - hopes to design and create home-made cards to send to friends and family members.

Marcella Maki (2014) - hopes to use the space to continue her interest in fashion. She will be creating sketch designs after which she will begin sewing the clothing using sustainable, organic, recycled materials to create clothing that is not only beautiful but also sustainable.

Anthony Stepney (2014) - will write poetry, paint, and practice his photography.

Amanda Wiggans (2014.5) - will use the OSM Annex to experiment with print making.

Lily Andrews (2014) - will use her space to explore practices in daily meditation in yoga, in addition to playing her violin.

Nerissa Khan (2012) - will exhibit work she has both curated and arranged in the gallery.

Sarah Bates (2014) and Toby Israel (2014) - will use their space to redesign and repurpose clothing, to spin yarn, knit, and sew.

Anoushka Sinha (2013) and Aidesha-Kiya Vega-Hutchens (2013) - will be creating and recording a podcast series, Middle Ground, where they hope to engage students from diverse academic fields in a multidisciplinary dialogue, and to broadcast the conversations for the advancement of the community.

JJ Janikis (2011.5) and Middlebury College Musical Players (MCMP) - aim to rehearse and produce a one-act to full-length musical cabaret with an ensemble of student performers and musicians that explores the themes of sexuality and identity.

John Patrick Allen (2011) - will use the space for rehearsals, writing workshops and production meetings for the Middlebury College Neo-Futurists, a theatre group that will write and stage a program of about 20-30 micro-plays to be performed in late October.

Fall 2010

Christian Woodard (2011) - Christian will set up a paddle making workshop, building canoe and kayak paddles as well as push paddles for trapping boats.

Ivan Kuraev (2011) - Ivan will continue to record his unique music which he believes captures time and place instead of the isolated sound of an instrument.

Annie Mejeas (2013) - Annie wants to create a community Tree.

Alexandra Weinstein (2013.5) - Alexandra is going to use her space to explore interpretive dance.

Benjamin Meader (2010.5) - Benjamin will be using various natural and collaborative pieces to explore cartography through the creation of mosaics.

Macky Franklin (2011) - Macky will work on Bicycle2Bicycle.com, an online social cycling network that he is coding from scratch

Ian Thomas (2013.5) - At OSM, Ian will continue his work designing, programming and publishing iPhone and iPad applications

Gregory John Dier (2012.5) - Gregory will set up a securities trading station to trade and analyze stocks through technical analysis, fundamental analysis and likeminded investment collaboration.

Norah Jones (2012) - Nora will be working with other students to create a mural in the OSM

Peter Kaplan ‘(2013.5) and AJ "Andrew Joseph" Guff (2013.5) - Peter and AJ will create a registry of Middlebury bird species, and then dedicate an artistic project to birds, and their tenuousness in aspects of our lives.

Casey Mahoney (2011) - Casey will reflect on his time abroad and extra-curricular travels through writing, music, and photography.

John Patrick Allen (2011) - John will use the space for rehearsals, writing workshops and production meetings for the Middlebury College Neo-Futurists, a theatre group that will write and stage a program of about 20-30 micro-plays to be performed in late October.

Ellie Moore (2010.5) - She will use space to play her violin, paint and collaborate with other OSM tenants.

Isabel Howard (2011.5) - Isabel will use space to work on a fashion scrapbook and other creative endeavors.

Emily Nuñez (2012) - Emily will use the space to start the creating of her own line of all natural sports gels with different glycemic indices called TRU Fuel. The bars will be tested by Middlebury athletes. Emily will need access to the kitchen and use of the supplies such as a mixer and bowls.

Marcella Maki (2014) - Marcella hopes to use the space to continue her interest in fashion. She will be creating sketch designs after which she will begin sewing the clothing using sustainable, organic, recycled materials to create clothing that is not only beautiful but also sustainable.

Mandy Poon (2011) and Stephanie Rademeyer (2011) - Stephanie and Mandy will use the OSM as an art oasis to address the issue of sexual harassment. They would like to bring the community together and create a supportive environment that helps people express the pressures and traumas they face in the community.

Matthew Cherchio (2011), Toren Hardee (2011), and Earl Atta-Fynn (2011) — Matthew and his group would like to bridge the gap between purely pre-recorded electronic music (like a DJ would play) and purely live instrumentation (like a band would play) to create a loose-structured electronic style mainly focused on creating a sort of improvised dance music.

Denise Hofmann (2011) - Denise and her group The Trusion Project will use the OSM to practice improvisation-based music.

David Tyler Gibson (2011.5), Henry Mittnacht (2011.5), Wil Hardcastle (2011.5), Graeme Daubert (2012.5), and Walter Schiffer (2011) - Tyler and his group The Wheels (formerly called Sun), will use the Band Room for rehearsal space and a creative place to write new music together.

Ben Wessel (2011.5), Pier LaFarge (2010.5), Maya vonWodtke (2013.5), Sydney Schulz (2013.5), Abigail Borah (2013), and Olivia Noble (2013) - this group of students will be working on "Race to Replace Vermont Yankee," a grassroots campaign that aims to bring the prospect of 100% clean electricity for Vermont to the forefront of the 2010 gubernatorial race.

Ariele Faber (2012) - Ariele hopes to design and create home-made cards to send to friends and family members.

Nerissa Khan (2012) - Nerissa will use space as an art oasis, holding open art hours and creating an event for VACA (Vitality of the Artistic Community Association) to be scheduled in the Gallery.

Danny Powers (2011.5) - Danny will work on his project - Characterization of transcripted profiling to optimize Lipid Production. The goal of this project is to generate knowledge about biochemistry needed to design a sustainable petrol substitute. Danny will use the space as a continuation of a project he has been working on for a couple of years.

Eliza Gilmore (2013) - Eliza will be creating a series of poetry zines in her time at OSM. Her goal is to create one collection per semester

Tsering Norbu (2010.5) - Tsering will working on his architectural designs. His goal is to build something he can display on Battell beach.

Abe Bendheim (2010.5) - Abe will design and build a prototype backpack reflecting the heritage fashion movement. He hopes to start a business following the creation of the prototype.

John Glouchevitch (2010) - John will continue to host the already successful "Dinner with Strangers"

Andrew Powers (2011.5) - Andew will use his OSM space to write sketch comedy with a group of Middlebury students.

Olivia Grugan (2012.5) and Wyatt Orme (2012.5)— Wyatt and Olivia, Davis Projects for Peace grant recipients, will continue editing the audio interviews they compiled in Guatemala regarding the Civil War and education system.

Andrew Forsthoefel (2011.5) — Andrew will conduct thorough interviews with members of the Middlebury community, and learn about different branches of their identities and histories. The focus for their project, and the stories they want to tell, are those of coming-of-age moments, ages and events that people feel are "defining."

Bente Madson (2011) and the Ceramics Club - This group of students will use the first floor of the Annex for pottery making, teaching and design.

Evan Masseau (2011) - Evan will use the annex space to work on art projects using alternative methods and recycled materials especially focused on illustration of scientific concepts and exploring the relationship between science and our day-to-day lives. His long term project goal is to produce a large scale installation art piece with anatomically correct depictions of multiple cross sections of the brain.

Taryn Tilton (2011) - Taryn will continue her work with mixed media projects, using oil paint and collage techniques with a variety of materials and textures.

John Birnbaum (2011) - will use the Old Stone Mill to pursue a project in the visual arts during the Fall term and have an art opening during J-Term.

Ali Brudney (2011) - will create jewelry—earrings, bracelets, and necklaces—using techniques such as hammering and filing.

Tamara Hilmes (2010) - will continue her work as a screen printer creating her own art and designs and showcase her work sometime during the fall.

Summer 2010

Abe Bendheim (2010.5) and Evan Daniel (2010) - Abe and Evan will design and build a prototype backpack reflecting the heritage fashion movement. They hope to start a business following the creation of the prototype.

Casey Mahoney (2011) - Casey will reflect on his time abroad and extra-curricular travels by writing, rehearsing and recording music for piano voice and guitar. He will also do coalesce the texts and photographs that he gathered and wrote while abroad.

Aiden Arata ’2012.5 Will Bellaimey ’2010.5 and Bianca Giaever ’2012.5 - Aiden Will and Bianca are the winners of the Stonehenge Vermont Public Policy Competition. They will use their space in Old Stone Mill to create an hour long radio documentary on the Vermont State Prison system, collecting interviews from prisoners, their families, and politicians.

Macky Franklin (2011) - Macky is the winner of the Stonehenge Business Plan Competition. He will work on Bicycle2Bicycle.com, an online social cycling network that he is coding from scratch

Benjamin Meader (2010.5) - Benjamin will be using various natural and collaborative pieces to explore cartography through the creation of mosaics. He will use local and student artists to create the pieces. Ben will also be writing a theatrical/musical show this summer to be performed in the Hepburn Zoo in the Fall.

Juan Castanheira Machado (2011) - Juan is the winner of the Stonehenge Arts Competition. He will translate Machado de Assis’ book of short stories Contos Fluminenses from Portuguese to English. Juan wishes to expand Machado de Assis’ body of work available to English speakers.

Audrey Tolbert (2013) and Cody Gohl (2013) - Audrey and Cody will use their Old Stone Mill space to work on their blog "English Spoken Here. " This blog will document the summer experiences of students here at Middlebury who are not studying at the language schools.

Ben Wessel (2011.5), Pier LaFarge (2010.5), Maya vonWodtke (2013.5), Sydney Schulz (2013.5), Abigail Borah (2013), and Olivia Noble (2013) - this group of students will be working on "Race to Replace Vermont Yankee," a grassroots campaign that aims to bring the prospect of 100% clean electricity for Vermont to the forefront of the 2010 gubernatorial race.

Stephanie Preiss (2011) and Ashley Tyner (2011) and Salen Andrews (2011) - Stephanie, Ashley and Salen will be spending 6 weeks traveling across the country and back interviewing Middlebury alumni, asking the questions - what is the value of a liberal arts degree from Middlebury? and, where has it taken you? Their project is called "ON THE ROAD life after middlebury".

James Landenberger (2011) - James will be writing a play this summer. He plans to gather students at the end of the summer for a stage reading.

Evan Masseau (2011) - Evan will use the annex space to work on art projects using alternative methods and recycled materials especially focused on illustration of scientific concepts and exploring the relationship between science and our day-to-day lives. His long term project goal is to produce a large scale installation art piece with anatomically correct depictions of multiple cross sections of the brain.

Taryn Tilton (2011) - Taryn will continue her work with mixed media projects, using oil paint and collage techniques with a variety of materials and textures. She finds her inspiration in avant-garde fashion magazines, so a lot of work explores women’s issues. Taryn also dyes eggs in a Ukranian wax-resist method called pysanky

Jessica Appelson (2012) - Jessica will knit blankets and clothing for orphans in Africa effected by HIV/AIDS. She will send the blankets to a non-profit organization called Knit-A-Square that takes trips to Arica to deliver the blankets.

Michelle Alto (2012) - Michelle will use the Annex space to practice and improve her drawing skills and to eventually start a project made of black and white sketches and acrylic portraits of important people in her life.

Spring 2010

Christian Woodard (2011) - Christian will set up a paddle making workshop, building canoe and kayak paddles as well as push paddles for trapping boats. He will use local wood and hand tools.

Ivan Kuraev (2011) - Ivan will continue to record his unique music which he believes captures time and place instead of the isolated sound of an instrument.

Nicholas Tkach (2011) - Nicholas will play the grand piano and give piano lessons to local children.

Nerina Cocchi (2010) and Naomi Shafer (2011.5) - Nerina and Naomi will combine movement, writing and physical exploration to devise a performance piece.

Ekow Edzie(2010) - Ekow is hoping to establish an autonomous student run theatre company called Middlebury College student playwrights, producing original work by student playwrights.

Benjamin Meader (2010.5) - Benjamin will be using various natural and collaborative pieces to explore cartography through the creation of mosaics. He will use local and student artists to create the pieces.

Brian Sirkia (2012.5) and Jieming Sun (2012) MiddBike Project - Brian and Jieming will be creating a bike renting/sharing system for Middlebury students.

Jamie Herther (2010), Trevor Dodds (2011) and Michael Kretschmer (2011) - Will start several other new businesses.

Peter Spyrou(2010.5) and Aly DeGraff (2010.5) - Peter and a group of six students will use the OSM as headquarters for "Middlebury Geographic," a student-led academic journal.

Patrick D’Arcy (2012) and Joanna Rothkopf (2012) - Patrick and Joanna wish to take their blog, "Kickin’the Peanuts" to another level, and they will found KTP records with Ava and the Gardeners, a Middlebury student band, as their first client

Hannah Day (2010) and Maddie Mainwaring (2012.5) and Carson Dietz-Hartman (2012.5) - Hannah and Maddie will create "Profound Chaos," recording moments of meaning

Dane Verret (2012) - Dane will work on his spoken word poetry manuscript and his photography and he will write and prepare for future shows exhibiting his work.

Jarrett Dury-Agri (2012) - Jarrett will create a coffee table book of photography and poetry - a compilation of his own writing and imaging.

Macky Franklin (2011) - Macky will work on Bicycle2Bicycle.com, an online social cycling network that he is coding from scratch

Matthew Hedgpeth (2012), Brad Becker-Parton (2011), Jeff Dobronyi (2013) and Brendan Scully (2013) - Matt and his group, The Trusion Project, will use the OSM to practice improvisation-based music. Matt will also write and workshop fiction.

Molly Holmes (2010), Shelsey Weinstein (2010.5), Lindsay Selin (2010.5) and Jennie Kim - This group will be forming a string quartet and learning the Janacek Quartet.

Maddie Niemi (2011) and Jeremy Cline (2011), Charlie Freundlich (2010), Cameron Mercer (2011) and Elias Alexander (2013) - This musical group will use their space in OSM to seek inspiration, and practice and write their own music.

John Glouchevitch (2010) and Will Bellaimey (2010) - John and Will will continue to host the already successful "Dinner with Strangers"

Rachel Siviski (2010) - Rachel will paint landscapes in acrylic and ink, sometimes on floorcloths which are decorated rugs used in kitchens and bathrooms.

Jelena Jesajana (2010.5) and Saila Huusko (2010) - Jelena and Saila will use their space to create independently designed multi cultural clothes and accessories.

Casey Peterson (2012) and Hannah Rommer (costume department at CFA) - Casey and Hannah hope to promote the preservation of handicrafts as a means to sustainability by creating a sewing collective.

Elizabeth Sutcliffe (2010), Rachel Zakrasek (2010) and Lisa Eppich (2010) - will create friendly pet creatures from fabric and wool to donate to low income children in the surrounding area.

Janet Rodrigues (2012) and Bobby Joe Smith (2009) - Janet and Bobby will use their space to establish a social justice organization - creating an awareness group and book club.

Jason Sanford (2010), Bente Madson (2011) and the Ceramics Club - This group of students will use the first floor of the Annex for pottery making, teaching and design.

Nerissa Khan (2012) - Nerissa will set up a studio and work on a photographic exhibition of highly conceptual high fashion editorial-style pictorials

Taryn Tilton (2011) - Taryn will paint and dye eggs using traditional and modernized patterns.

Alison Fonseca (2011) - Alison will use oil paints, watercolor and pen-and-ink to create a mixed-media project.

Emma Burke (2012) - Emma will experiment with stenciling designs, mainly on clothing, but also expanding to canvas work using found materials and stencils to create mixed media art.

Fall 2009

Ivan Kuraev (2011) - Ivan will continue to record his unique music which he believes captures time and place instead of the isolated sound of an instrument.

Nicholas Tkach (2011) - Nicholas will play the grand piano and give piano lessons to local children.

Nicolas Sohl (2010) - Photographic Exhibit on the Antandroy of Southern Madagascar "People of the Thorns"

James Schonzeit (2010) - James will use his OSM space to run a small student-run branding, design and advertising firm called inTuition

Kate Olen (2011) - Kate and a group of students will work to expand Middlebury Quidditch beyond the College, to Muggle Quidditch, seeking to improve the level of professionalism of the organization.

Peter Spyrou (2010.5) - Peter and a group of six students will use the OSM as headquarters for "Middlebury Geographic," a student-led academic journal.

Anna Johnston (2010) - Anna will paint portraits of people in the community for free.

Amy Doucette (2012) - Amy has her own sewing machine and will experiment with clothing design and patterns.

Emily Jacke (2012.5) - Emily will design and build costumes for a small student directed play called Desdemona.

Matt Birnbaum (2012) - Matt will construct a series of mixed media display pieces using organic and recycled materials that reflect the natural world around us.

Addison Godine (2011.5) and team - The Middlebury Solar Decathlon team will prepare a proposal, due November 17, to compete in the 2011 Solar Dacathlon sponsored by the Department of Education. This is a biennial competition to design and build a solar powered house. OSM will be used for their research, meetings, design, writing, events, charette etc.

Ava Kerr (2012) - Ava will produce music with cello and piano that is both a tribute and departure from what she has been playing in the past. Periodically she will bring in a group of five to play with her, and she will also be collaborating with other OSM tenants. She may use the gallery when available.

Matt Hedgpeth(2012) - Matt will use the OSM to practice improvisation-based music. He will also write and workshop fiction.

John Glouchevitch (2010) - John will continue to host the already successful "Dinner with Strangers,"

Rachel Siviski (2010) - Rachel paints floorcloths which are decorated rugs used in kitchens and bathrooms.

Ekow Edzie (2010) - Ekow will produce original work by Middlebury College student playwrights.

Chris Batson (2013) - Chris will draw houses and maps and write poetry.

Brittany Coleman (2010) - Brittany plans to hold open art studio time for students, hoping to showcase the work later on in the semester.

Stephanie Joyce (2011) - Stephanie will use OSM space for the crafting of jewelry. She is interested in tracing the major historical and geographical trends in jewelry and she hopes to exhibit some of her work when she is finished.

Will Silton (2010) - Will will use the OSM for the planning, marketing and construction associated witrh the planning for the hunt

Jeremy Martin (2009.5) - Jeremy is starting a new student organization called Meta-Ideas. This organization will be a student run club dedicated to providing a social forum for people seeking to promote, improve and successfully execute their ideas in public arenas.

Jason Sanford (2010), Bente Madson (2011) and the Ceramics Club - This group of students will use the first floor of the Annex for pottery making, teaching and design.

Emmons Hahn (2010) - Emmons is doing mixed media, editing and photography exploring how spaces and places are defined by aesthetic and personality traits and how to represent those traits.

Steve McCombe (2010) - Steve will work on silk screening, canvas spray painting, acrylic painting and graffiti art projects.

Kat Schweikert (2009.5) - Kat will use her space to do batik, fabric design and other related art projects. She also hopes to use the space to prepare for teaching a winter term class in fabric design.

Ilsa Shea (2011) - Ilsa will experiment with watercolor, ink, colored pencil, conte, acrylic paint, spray paint, and collage. She will also revamp vintage clothing and work on a collaborative dance/sculpture/fashion performance.

Summer 2009

Matthew Park (2010) and Wayne Shu ((2010), Columbia) - Matthew is the winner of the Stonehenge Business Plan Competition; Wayne is his associate. Using Ruby on Rails, they will develop a website devoted to language learning and translation.

Sophie Morse (2011) and Taryn Tilton (2011) will display the youth art in the gallery with the hope of selling the art to benefit both the artist and Rays of Light.

Ivan Kuraev (2011) - Ivan will record music that captures space instead of the isolated sound of an instrument.

Lucas Gonzalez (2010) - Lucas will write and illustrate a novel he has been working on since the summer 0f 2007.

Alexander Russo (2012.5) - Through photography, Alexander will study the "culture, lifestyle, and soul of ‘Vermonters’" in an effort to break down barriers between students and the town. James Landenberger (2011) - James will pursue his interests in play writing and drawing.

Nat Henderson-Cox (2010) - Nat will be creating a portfolio of functional sculptures and digital photography. His sculptures will be made from found objects, scrap metal, and electronics.

Ilsa Shea (2011) - Ilsa will spend the summer experimenting with watercolor, ink, colored pencil, conte, acrylic paint, spray paint, and collage.

Andrey Tolstoy (2010) - Andrey, who considers himself an "expert doodler," will combine his pencil, crayon, and water color artwork with short poems and stories.

Melissa Robinson (2010) - Melissa is starting up her own henna/Mehndi business.

Emmons Hahn (2010) - Emmons is doing mixed media and photography reflecting on her time abroad.

Abel Fillion (2009) - Music experimentation with a new type of jazz.

Isaac Ibrahim Sadaqah (2011), Mandy Poon (2011), and Bo-Bin Lee (2012.5) - This trio will upgrade and redesign middbay.com, a website where students, staff, and faculty can sell or exchange goods and services.

Sarah Chapin (2012) - Sarah will make quilts from fabric from old clothes. She plans to donate the quilts she creates to local homeless shelters, teens centers, or other organizations in need of quilts.

Grace Duggan (2009) - Grace will continue her work with pinhole photography.

Amelia Noble (2011) - Amelia will host "mandatory art" sessions where students can gather and work on their assorted art projects. Amelia plans to make a stop-motion film series of hand-drawn animations.

Sasha Swerdloff (2010.5) - Sasha will be starting her own Middlebury Farmer’s Market stand this summer. She plans to sell pastries, fresh squeezed fruit and vegetable juices, and edible paper made from the juice pulp.

Alison Fonseca (2011) - Alison will create a multimedia rendering of the town and landscape of Middlebury.

Molly Lohman (2009.5), Andy Rossmeissl (2005), James Landenberger (2011), Bente Madson (2011) - This group of students and an alumnus will explore the possibilities of small-scale screen printing. Bente Madson (2011) - Bente will create a portfolio which she needs to have finished before she goes to architecture school in Paris next winter. She will be making graphite and ink sketches, charcoal drawings, watercolors as well as mixed-media three-dimensional projects.

Jack Reed (2010) - During Spring 2009, Jack began the process of discovering his artistic voice. He will continue this exploration during the summer, making assemblages, collages, and combines. Taryn Tilton (2011) - Taryn will continue her work with mixed media projects, using oil paint and collage techniques with a variety of materials and textures.

Spring 2009

Alex Benepe (2009), Spencer Church (2010), Alex Consalvo (2009), Angela Evancie (2009), Lingji Hon (2011), Morgan Peach (2009), Bilal Sarwary (2010), and Taryn Tilton (2011) - Old Stone Mill Tenant Exhibit - Opening on Spring Family weekend

Sara Swartzwelder (2009) - Directing rehearsals for the play "Metamorphoses" - 20 students - cast and production team

Abel Fillion (2009), Sasha Hirsch (2010) and Dan Sheron (2010) - Musical group experimenting with a new style of jazz

Nick Tkach (2011) - Music lessons using grand piano

Morgan Peach (2009) - Creating "The Source," a woodworking project.

Spencer Church (2010) - Creating and displaying a duct tape flower project

Molly Lohman (2009.5) - Enlist non-artists and artists to turn abandoned bikes into works of art..

Molly Lincoln (2011) - Working with fibers—knitting, crocheting, sewing, and designing for each.

Nicholas Fager (2009) and Kelsey Eichhorn (2008) - Creating an online arts magazine that features work created by college students.

Alexander Manshel (2009) - Producing and editing audio profiles to be aired on WRMC and submitted for broadcast on Vermont Public Radio and National Public Radio affiliates.

Charles Cavness (2009.5), Daniel Chow (2009) and Christopher Mutty (2009) - Starting a geothermal energy consultancy called TeraWatt Geothermal, LLC.

Jennifer Shapland (2009) and Callie Collins (2009) - Creating a quarterly literary magazine specializing in short fiction

Melissa Robinson (2010) - Starting a henna business and studying the ancient artform of mehndi.

Angela Evancie (2009) - setting up a portrait studio and inviting the staff members of Atwater, Ross, and FIC dining halls to sit for individual and small-group portraits

John Diebold (2011) - Exploring the physical and mental practices of yoga and meditation to augment the understanding of Hindu and Buddhist worldviews.

Joshua Wessler (2009), Philippe Bronchtein (2010), Eamon Fogarty (2011), and Charles Freundlich (2010) - "Frog Hollow" - Creating, reflecting on, and responding to space—physical, musical, and personal.

Cully Cavness (2009.5) - Researching and exhibiting Middlebury’s Sexual Landscape -installation interviews followed by an exhibit later in the Spring in the first floor gallery

Grace Duggan (2009) - Working on a series of experimental black and white portraits and still-life images, using pin-hole cameras that she built this fall.

Ivan Kuraev (2011) - Recording and documenting music in relation to the space that it is played in.

John Glouchevitch (2010) - Hosting "Dinner with Strangers"

Nicole Hansen (2012) - Designing, making and storing costumes for the play "Metamorphoses"

Taryn Tilton (2011) - Creating a mixed media project using acrylic painting and collage.

Jason Sanford (2010) and Ben Winter (2010) - Operating a fully functional and self-sufficient ceramics program.

Lingji Hon (2011) - Experimenting with oil painting, sculpture, and collage.

Winter 2009

Students that were abroad the previous year - Abroad Photo exhibit

Bilal Sarwary (2010) - Afghanistan photo exhibition, lecture/reception

Veronica Muoio (2011) - Creating an exhibition consisting of artifacts

Abe Bendheim (2010) and Evan Daniel (2010) - Presenting POST, an interactive art exhibit featuring self-portraits submitted by students.

Moria Robinson (2011.5) - Disassembling her photographs that she created for a photography exhibit for 51 Main.

Gillian Durkee (2011) - Rehearse and develop a staged reading of a new musical : MY OHIO

Morgan Peach (2009) - Creating what he calls The Source, a woodworking art project.

Michael McCormick (2009) and James Riddleberger (2009) - Organizing and planning The Hunt, a scavenger hunt-esque event to take place during J-Term.

Mairead Harris (2009) and Gregory Arthur (2009) - Offering Arabic, Tibetan and Chinese calligraphy classes in which anyone who is interested may learn the art of calligraphy.

Nick Fager (2009) and Kelsey Eichhorn (2008) - Creating an online arts magazine that features pieces created by college students—and college students only.

Lois Parshley (2011) - Experimenting with Australian Aboriginal bark painting.

Xander Manshel (2009) - Producing and editing audio profiles to be aired on WRMC and submitted for broadcast on VPR and NPR affiliates.

Christopher Mutty (2009.5), Charles Cavness (2009.5) and Daniel Chow (2009) - Starting a company dealing with alternative energy.

Angela Evancie (2009) - Setting up a portrait studio inviting the staff members of the Atwater, Ross, and FIC dining halls "to sit for portraits both individually and in small groups

 

John Diebold(2011.5) - Exploring the physical and mental practices of yoga and meditation to augment the understanding of Hindu and Buddhist world views.

Josh Wessler (2009), Philippe Bronchtein (2010), Eamon Fogarty (2011) and Charlie Freundlich (2010) - Creating, reflecting on and responding to space, physical, musical and personal.

John Glouchevitch (2010) - Hosting "Dinner with Strangers," host bi-monthly dinners for six students, a faculty member, and someone from town.

Molly Lincoln (2011) - Working with fibers - knitting, crocheting, sewing and designing for each.

Laura Howard 11.5 - Creating and finishing an composition notebook/inspiration book to use in the future as a reference tool and guide for her pursuit of design.

Chandler Koglmeier (2009) and Ashley Bell (2009.5) - Hosting (MEMS) sessions

Josh Pincus (2010.5) - Conducting workshops for the Community friends mentoring program. Grace Duggan (2009) - Working on a series of experimental black and white portraits and still life images using two pin hole cameras that she built this fall.

Taryn Tilton (2011) - Doing a mixed media project using acrylic painting and collage, inspired by the photography in avant-garde fashion magazines.

Sam Miller (2009) and Alex Benepe (2009) - painting Adirondack chairs for a charity auction.

Jason Sanford (2010) and Ben Winter (2010) - Operating a fully functional and self-sufficient ceramics program available to members of the Middlebury College community.

Lingji Hon (2011) - Experimenting with oil painting, sculpture and collage.

Fall 2008

Taryn Tilton (2011) - Oil Paint and Collage

Michael McCormick(2009) and James Riddleberger (2009) - The Hunt

Mairead Harris (2009) and Gregory Arthur (2009) - Calligraphy Exploration

Nick Fager (2009) and Kelsey Eichhorn (2008) - Online Arts Magazine

John Glouchevitch (2010) - Strangers for Dinner

Morgan Peach (2009) - The Source: woodworking project

Lois Parshley (2011) - Aboriginal bark painting

Angela Evancie (2009.5) - Dining Hall portrait photography

Molly Lincoln (2011) - Fiber work: left handed knitting classes

Moria Robinson (2011.5) - Art show set up and take down

Abe Bendheim (2010) and Evan Daniel (2010) - Facebook Exhibit

Josh Pincus (2010.5) - Community Friends workshops

Bilal Sarwary (2010) - Afghanistan photo exhibit

Chandler Koglmeier (2009) and Ashley Bell (2009.5) - Middlebury Entrepreneurs Mentoring Service community and alumni sessions

Alexander Manshel (2009) - Audio profiles

Haruko Tanaka (2009) and Sam Miller (2009) - Adirondack Chair painting for charity

Elyse McNiff (2008) - piano playing