17 October 2007
Photo Feature By Steve Latham
Gladys M. Carlisle Fine Arts Facility Dedication
A dedication ceremony for the new fine arts facility named in
honor of Gladys M. Carlisle, a distinguished member of the
Jacksonville State University Board of Trustees,
was held Monday, October
The Carlisle Fine Arts Facility will provide much needed
space for the Art Department, its students and its faculty.
Professors will receive new office space and state-of-the-art
classrooms and workspaces will give students better tools and
conditions under which to create. The Carlisle building features
new equipment and facilities designed to aid students in drawing,
design, ceramics and photography classes.
Gladys Carlisle cuts the ribbon, assisted by her daughter Veronica and
President Meehan. Members of the Board are present to observe the
Dr. Meehan looks on as Veronica Carlisle expresses the gratitude and sentiment conveyed by her
mother Gladys M. Carlisle upon receiving this honor.
Ms. Carlisle, along with family members and guests of the honoree, look on as Dr. Meehan reads the resolution dedicating
the building in honor of Gladys M. Carlisle.
President Bill Meehan, right, and Mr. Jim Bennett, second from
right, chairman of the board of trustees, led open-house ceremonies
at Jacksonville State University's new Gladys M. Carlisle Fine
Dr. Meehan addresses the crowd during acknowledgements preceding the ribbon-cutting
and presentation of the resolution honoring Ms. Carlisle in the dedication ceremony.
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