Mead Mentioned in The Advocate's Henson Family Feature
We are delighted to be mentioned in a Stamford Advocate article this week that features the Henson family and their ties to Connecticut, their innovation in film, television, and puppetry, as well as their passion for a deeper exploration of education.
Jane Henson was a founding parent of The Mead School. All five of Jane and Jim Henson's children attended Mead, and the Jane Henson Foundation continues to support the school to this day. In 2016, The Greenwich Historical Society reached out to Mead for assistance with their exhibit, "Jim and Jane Henson: Creative Work, Creative Play". Mead was honored to be included in this exhibit which showcased the Henson's personal and professional lives.
Click here for the full article in the Stamford Advocate.