Category Archives: Art

And Again

Visual Arts Chair John Hirsch’s solo exhibition in the Foster Gallery opens today. “And Again: Photographs from the Harvard Forest” features prints from nine years of chronicling the research, scientists and ephemera of the Harvard Forest. The exhibit will be … Continue reading

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Gallery Visit

John Hirsch’s AP Photo class visits Artist in Residence Tommy Matthews in Foster Gallery to get a lesson into his printmaking techniques and the motivations behind his work.

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Familiar Sight

Artist in Residence Tommy Matthews is installing his show “Familiar Sight” in Foster Gallery this week. Be sure to come to the opening reception next Thursday, September 28 from 5 p.m. to 7 p.m.

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Typewriter Close-up

Macro detail shot of a typewriter from the NTC’s prop department

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I’ll See You at the ICA

Curtis Mann’s Photo II classes took a field trip to the Institute of Contemporary Art in Boston today.

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Development

Students in Curtis Mann’s Photo I class work on making prints in the dark room.

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Of Heaven and Earth

Photographer David Shannon-Lier, whose show “Of Heaven and Earth” opens tonight in Foster Gallery, hosted a guest lecture for John Hirsch’s and Betsy VanOot’s AP photo and drawing classes this afternoon. Visit the opening reception tonight from 5 p.m. to … Continue reading

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Museum Study

Students from every level I visual art class took a field trip to the Boston Museum of Fine Arts today. Here, students in Curtis Mann’s Photo I class examine the photograph “Trans Liberation: Building a Movement (Cece McDonald)” by Andrea Bowers.

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Watercolor Wash

During this Friday’s TGIF OPS (Open Painting Studios) workshop, Visual Arts teacher Molly Pascal ’05 shows Spoorthi Balu ’17 how to achieve an ombré watercolor wash. In addition to teaching visual arts and coaching middle school athletics, Pascal is exhibiting … Continue reading

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The Boston Years

Be sure to check out the new exhibit in Foster Gallery featuring photographs, maps and artifacts from the six locations in Boston where Noble and Greenough School was originally located before moving to Dedham in 1922.

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