When the Randolph-Macon College Education Department moved to its present location (Mabry House), the department connected with Hanover County Public Schools to help them do something with their stark white walls. What transpired is a story about powerful connections between HCPS and R-MC.
Each year, the HCPS Visual Arts Lead Teacher asks each art teacher (K-12) to submit student work to be displayed at local venues, one of those being R-MC. Thirteen pieces were chosen to be displayed in Mabry House for the 2013-14 school year. The student artists are thrilled to have their work displayed outside of the school walls and the Education Department is thrilled to have artwork representing the K-12 spectrum as part of the Mabry House’s décor.