Reuben Haller ’74

My whole profession (variety entertainment) basically disappeared on March 14 of this year. For me personally this was somewhat of a blessing as it enabled me to stay home, rather than run from gig to gig. This enabled me to concentrate on making art and to create a website for this work (reubenhaller.com). I do […]

Kim Chase ’68

Went back to Cotton Damon’s (Thacher Maintenance 1974 +) memorial last summer in Maine. Saw and spent quality time with TERRY and CRICKET TWICHELL, DYKE Messler (68), NELSON CHASE (66) and saw Dyke’s incredibly beautiful Hillside and Water side homes in Camden Maine, he designed and had built ala the world famous “Green House” in […]

Paul Gavin ’71

Class Career Coincidences – Stephen Scott and Paul Gavin, Class of 1971 After graduating from Thacher in 1971, Steve Scott went on to the University of Colorado, met his wife Lynne and raised two children, Tyler and Stephanie, who went on to marry a US Marine Corps Osprey pilot. That same year Paul Gavin went […]

Roger Ignon ’62

Roger sponsored a memorial art exhibition for Gui Ignon, The Gui Ignon Memorial Art Show for Young Artists. Gui was father to Roger ’62, Lance ’74, and Sandy. He taught art at Thacher from 1951 to 1963 and his wife, Olga, was the librarian. Gui passed away the summer of 1963. Don Porter ’62 recalls […]

Eliza Gregory ’99

My project in conjunction with the Asian Art Museum opens as an exhibition there on April 5th, and runs through June 10th. It’s called Testimony, and focuses on narratives of immigration to the Bay Area. The project endeavors to both broaden and add nuance to the contemporary dialogue around immigration in the United States. Come check it […]