We’ve Got Talent

The CGS community has always been rich with talent, and for 13 years faculty members Regina Hansen and Natalie McKnight have hosted the CGS Art Show/Coffee House to give student artists and performers a chance to shine. Their most recent event—held December 6, 2010—included seven student photographers and one painter whose works were displayed in the CGS lobby. Students performing in the “Coffee House” portion of the event included Catherine Conlin (CGS’11), who played classical piano, and Eugene Mundowa (CGS’12 ), who shared his vocal talents, accompanied by his friend Devon DiPaolo. Faculty and staff took part too: Lecturer Cheryl Boots sang and played guitar; Mary Ducharme, administrative assistant in Social Sciences, sang two a cappella numbers. The event drew a crowd of about 70 students, staff, and faculty.

Photos and Video from the CGS Art/Show Coffee House 2010

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Define the Great Line By Gunita Singh (CGS’12)

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I Roamed Around the Wasteland By Gunita Singh

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The Created Void By Gunita Singh

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By Kristen Visakay (CGS’11)

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By Kristen Visakay

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By Kristen Visakay

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By Alexandra Legge (CGS’11)

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By Alexandra Legge

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By Alexandra Legge

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By Caroline Miller (CGS’12)

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By Caroline Miller

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By Caroline Miller

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By Mariah Reeves (CGS’11)

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By Mariah Reeves

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By Mariah Reeves

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By Casey Nulph (CGS’12)

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By Casey Nulph

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I Am Boston By Gabriela Hernandez (CGS’11)


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Eugene Mundowa (CGS’12 ) sings Radiohead’s “Lucky,” John Legend’s “Ordinary People,” and his own “Sometime Soon,” with accompaniment from his friend Devon DiPaolo.


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Catherine Conlin (CGS’11) plays movements from Beethoven’s Sonata Pathetique, followed by Chopin’s Waltz in C Sharp Minor.