For nearly 20 years Mary Baldwin students, faculty, staff, and alumni have been gathering with local community members to celebrate the scholarly and artistic achievements of top undergraduate seniors at the annual Capstone Festival. The event showcases superlative student projects and theses from the academic year — and honors the best with awards selected by a panel of faculty judges.
The festival opens with an array of projects being displayed in Grafton Library and Hunt Gallery on May 2. (Virtual attendance options are available for #MBUfamily members that can’t make it in person.) They range from miniature art shows, to audio/visual recordings of live musical performances, to manuscripts, multimedia research exhibitions, and more. Special student presentations take place on the final day (May 6), and culminate in a pre-Commencement awards ceremony.