Fine Arts Newsletter
Special Spring 2013
H2L2 Studios Grand Opening on April 15, 2013
Above: Keith Evans introduces and thanks the Haw, Harrigan and Luck families, the donors of the H2L2 Studios, as friends, faculty and students look on. Below: Dana DuMont and Alice Massie check out the new loft space, while Pam Anderson Sutherland visits with Joan Oates. The Lucks visit with Martha Bowden, while Pam takes Mike and Ava Boyd up the stiars to the Loft.
Art Walk 2013 - GROW included Artwork from Kindergarten - 12th Grade Students Art is displayed throughout the campus, from the Lower School through the Middle and Upper Schools, and Science buildings to the Hershey Center for the Arts, including the new H2L2 Studios Right: Paintings are displayed near the front window of the two-story main studio of the new H2L2 Studios.
Above: The Pates take advantage of the loft in the H2L2 Studio for a bird’s eye view of son Kyle’s ceramics on display. Below Left: Families admire pen and colored pencil triptychs by Jere Williams’ 6th Graders in Nunnally Hall. Below Right: Tin-punch cups are displayed in the Weinstein Wing as part of the Third Graders’ Colonial Days artwork,
Above: Families enjoy Lower School Artwork displayed in the Hershey Center. Second Grade student Taylor Aaronson proudly points out her artwork to her father.
Above Left: Photography from Taylor Dabney’s Upper School Students is displayed in Pitt Hall. Above Right: Senior Maddy Crews” mixed media work is displayed in the North Science Building. Below Left: Dana DuMont and Holly Smith’s Lower School students display handmade instruments, Inuit line drawings, masks, and drawings of “Wild Things” in the Hershey Center Lobby. Below Right: Mrs. Arzt’s ceramic students’ work is displayed in the North Science Building.
Above Left: “Fantasy and Exaggeration” portraits by Dana DuMont’s 2nd-4th Graders are displayed in Nunnally Hall. Above Right: Anna Morgan poses by her self portait done in charcoal. Below: Keith Evans tours Board of Trustees members through the Science buildings ... passing artwork by senior Liza Dent shown working on a piece earlier in the day.
Below Left: Jere Williams’ US Sculpture students display original chair designs, produced in balsa wood Below Right: Melanie Gorsline’s 8th grade students display Fancy Footwear in Luck Hall.
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