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 Margaret (Peggy) Rigg  (late 20th century)

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The following snippet was provided from www.eckerd.edu/news/index.php?f=detail&id=907:

"Margaret Rigg received her MFA from the Chicago Art Institute and an MA from the Presbyterian School of Christian Education. She began teaching Visual Arts at Eckerd College in 1965 when the school was still known as Florida Presbyterian College, joining with Robert Hodgell and James Crane. For eleven years prior to her arrival at Eckerd she was Art Director for motive magazine, a progressive Methodist publication.

Margaret Rigg retired in 1998, following thirty-three years of teaching at Eckerd. She was a Fulbright scholar in Korea in 1973, and has traveled extensively elsewhere, most particularly in Japan and Nicaragua. She has had over sixty one-person exhibitions throughout the United States, Europe, Asia, South America and the Caribbean. An exhibition of her work was included in the 1987 Cultural Olympics in Seoul, Republic of Korea, and her work as a calligrapher was once featured on a CBS special telecast I Need to Hear From You. She was founder and first president of the Florida Gulfcoast Society of Scribes, and continues to be active in the community through that society as well as the Society of Friends, and the Florida Artists Group."


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Peg Rigg worked for the Southern Conference Educational Fund (SCEF) in the late 1960s and early 1970s. SCEF published a newspaper called the Southern Patriot, and Peg designed its masthead: a pomegranate. Most likely, she was a member of the SCEF board.

Peg Rigg taught art at what was then Florida Presbyterian College (now renamed Eckerd College) in St. Petersburg, Florida. Provided by: David Nolan (author and historian)

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