New Art for a New Year

With 2020 at last upon us, new student artwork is on display throughout campus, showcasing a wide range of materials, processes and techniques.

Make sure to visit the Kupcinet Gallery to stack some wooden cats and take in charcoal still-life drawings from the 1st grade; pencil drawings of shoes rendered by 5th graders; 2D work, paintings, drawings and paper sculptures from 8th grade; work from Upper School Drawing I students; and senior Anna Fuder’s one-woman photography exhibition Through a Lens. The fun continues downstairs with a range of products from 4th grade artists, woodshop lamps from 6th grade, Upper School ceramics and more.

Click here for selections of the art on display.
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