‘Take Me to the River’: Bowdoin’s Kolster Awarded Guggenheim Fellowship

Michael Kolster

Michael Kolster

Michael Kolster, associate professor of art at Bowdoin, has been awarded a Guggenheim Fellowship to support his photographic project “Take Me to the River,” a collection of unique glass plate photographs that depict American rivers as amalgams of human and natural forces. The award was announced today in The New York Times.

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  1. Very interested in Prof Kolster’s river project as I have been involved for 4 years with a small non-profit called The Center for Natural Capital. One of our flagship projects is called StreamSweepers ( http://www.streamsweepers.org ) in which we have assessed, sampled, and cleaned more than 100 miles of 2 Virginia rivers. See website above. Please pass our information on to Prof Kolster. Would love to chat about both projects if he is interested.
    Thanks,
    Buzz Van Santvoord ’71
    vansantvoord@verizon.net

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