This Week at SJC Annapolis

Thanksgiving Break begins tonight after Seminar/Preceptorial. Classes will resume on November 30. To see programs and events scheduled throughout the year, click here. Here are some quick links:

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Mitchell Gallery's Thanksgiving Week Hours

The Mitchell Gallery will be closed Thanksgiving Day but open regular hours, noon to 5 p.m., on Friday, Saturday, and Sunday, November 27-29.

In the early 1920s Parisian art dealer Ambroise Vollard commissioned artist Marc Chagall (1887-1985) to create a set of etchings. This selection of 65 prints illustrate two popular literary works: Nikolai Gogol’s (1809-1852) Dead Souls, an 1842 classic novel, and Fables, Aesop-like tales by French author Jean de La Fontaine (1621-1695). This selection of etchings was originally owned by the Italian art historian and critic Lionello Venturi. It was presented as a gift to Rosabianca Skira, wife of Swiss publisher Albert Skira.

“Chagall: The Early Etchings from the 1920s”
was organized by Contemporary and Modern Print Exhibitions.

Marc Chagall Stag Hunting

→ Visit the Main Mitchell Gallery Page

St. John's Students Share Summer Experiences

AN Salomea Jankovic (A17)

Salomea Jankovic (A17) has always loved history and math. A Pathways Fellowship studying economics prepared her to engage her passion. Read more...

AN Andrea Hill (A16) Square

To prepare for vet school, Andrea Hill (A16) studied chimpanzee eating habits at the Conservation Ecology Center at the Smithsonian National Zoo in Washington, DC. Read more...

AN Owen Morgan (A17)

Owen Morgan (A17) studied at the Blumenfeld Lab at the Yale Neuroscience Imaging Center. Morgan's experience inspired him to pursue a career in neuroscience. Read more...

AN Claire Racette (A17)

Claire Racette (A17) worked at an urban agriculture organization, the perfect place for her to put theory into practice. Read more...

The Hodson Internship Program offers students the opportunity to pursue summer internships in virtually any career field, by funding otherwise unpaid positions through a generous grant from the Hodson Trust. Visit our Hodson Trust Internship Program page for more information.

The Pathways Fellowship enables St. John’s students to transition into graduate study or careers that call for special or prerequisite courses. Visit our Pathways Fellowship page for more information.

→ Visit the Career Services Office main page