A word about the links
Stu Keiller, Webmaster
The links you see on this tab are to websites of classmates who have produced art or are involved in creative projects that may be of interest to you.
If you have a website you would like to have posted here, please email me at
I’ve added the websites of the two classes around ours, 1964 and 1966, since many of you know members of those classes.
For checking all the websites from 1932 to 2010, check the college link
Steve Waterhouse’s trailer for Passion for Snow now available on DVD.
No true blue (whoops, green) Dartmouth alum should miss the attached You Tube Winter Carnival 1930’s-1960s, 12 minutes of classic selected scenes.
Photographer Joel Sternfeld’s work is in the Museum of Modern Art, the Hood, and the Getty as well as in a number of publications. He teaches at Sarah Lawrence. Here is a link to view his work Joel Sternfeld link.
We met John Rogers at Mini Reunion this October 22 and heard about his website that describes his acoustic blues, ballads, rags, and speaking performances. Check it out John Rogers website
Brian Walsh’s Art
I hope that you enjoy the works. Perhaps one or two will intrigue you, or capture your interest, or trigger a memory.
I hope so. For me the value of art comes from you the viewer and the energy from your interaction with the work.
If there is a spark, I’d love to hear about it. The core of the site is galleries: Paintings, Drawings, Sketches and more to come.
In the galleries, clicking on an image brings some details and a larger version. To get back to the normal page hit escape.
You can page through the images or start a slide show. If you see an image you would like to know more about, note the image number and “submit” it through the form and the picture and further information will appear. Here is my website: Brian Walsh’s art
Dick Durrance websites to visit describing his motivational presentation he showed us at our 45th Reunion June 2010 Dream Like a Champion website and his and his wife Sue Drinker’s remarkable photography Dick Durrance and Sue Drinker photography website
Click here for Bob’s poetry: Bob Komives