Visual Arts

Visual Arts Clubs

Middle School

MS Graphic Novel: At the start of every period students are presented with a new "Comic Prompt" that highlights different basic methods of making comic strips and graphic novels. Each prompt typically ties into an overarching theme like cultural events, upcoming holidays, or a specific literary genre. Past prompts and digital copies of any comics used to highlight a particular prompt are made available on the class topic board. In addition, because GN Club also functions as a study hall, the Comic Prompts are optional. This allows students to choose between completing homework, reading for fun, or working on their own creative art and/or writing projects.

MS Photography: The photo and video club welcomes all skill levels of photo and video enthusiasts. This club offers the opportunity to share and talk about photography and videos as well as learn and discuss techniques.

Upper School

EVA (Eye on Visual Arts): Eye on Visual Arts is a student-run group that centralizes around spreading artwork across campus. We publicize upcoming events in the department, host exhibitions, and assemble a publication that is shared across campus. 

Art Club: Art Club is a social working environment for any student to try out new media and work on independent projects. Off-campus excursions and school wide visual arts topics frequently occur. Email for more information.

Art for Awareness: ART! It's fun, it's beautiful, and it can make an impact. Art for Awareness (AFA) uses art to raise awareness for societal issues. Contact for more information.

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