Donna Hogan (’78) writes, “It’s been 25 years since this ’70s gang has managed to all get together in one place (the home of Mark and Jay Bohan in Sackville, August 2014). Football plays were recalled, blueberry pies were consumed, songs were sung.” Pictured left to right standing: Donna (Lindsay) Hogan (’78), Peter Hogan (’79), Dawn (Brennan) Henry (’79), Dave Henry ‘(79). Seated: Maura (Cameron) Hunter (’79), Mark Bohan (’78), Jol Hunter (’80), and Jay Bohan (’78). The exhibition opened on O 29 at the Centro ct. Cultural Clavijero in Morelia, Mexico. (http:// www.bienalcartel.org/) 1980s After over 30 years of juggling art, teaching, and family, Ron Milton (’83) retired from the staff of Beal Art at H.B. Beal Secondary School. His wacky antics and love of visual art and its history inspired many students to follow their hearts. A select few even continued their studies at Mount A including Ray Jackson (’92), currently working in the same department. Ron is busy with finishing commissions and preparing for an upcoming exhibit of his own work. Brenda Sanderson (’85,’89) was invited to be one of 35 Canadian designers in a special exhibition during the 2014 International Poster Biennial in Mexico. The exhibition is celebrating 70 years of Canada/Mexico bilateral relations. Thirty-five Mexican designers also participated. 32 / Fall 2014 / RECORD Patrick DeCoste (’87) received the President’s Award for O utstanding Achievement in Graduate Studies from O University (Toronto) CAD in the MFA Interdisciplinary Arts Media and Design program. His thesis paper and exhibition were titled Dreaming of Bear and Crow: A Search for Metis Identity where he explores his Nova Scotia roots through painting, video, and animal skins. He had an art exhibition in O ctober at Galerie Youn in Montreal, followed by art fairs in New York City and Miami. When not making art, Patrick enjoys canoeing and fishing on Georgian Bay, where he is also involved in Aboriginal arts education.