High School students in Arts Department Co-Chair Trent Boysen's glass elective are excited to announce their new exhibit "Glass Funky, That Funky Glass" on display in the Tibbott Alcove Gallery now through the end of the semester.
Students in Glass: Fusing, Slumping & Kiln Casting have selected their best pieces to share with the USN community in their new exhibit. Arts patrons, families, and the USN community can view the students' masterpieces in the Tibbott Alcove Gallery on the first floor of the Tibbott Center along with "Mostly Crows," an exhibition by local painter Tim Hooper on display through April.
Families interested in viewing "Glass Funky, That Funky Glass" are welcome to view the exhibit during regular school operating hours and should follow standard guidelines for visiting campus.
With final Forest Days and fourth grade's capstone, kayaking adventure in the books, Lower School Naturalist Teacher Lauren Hagan takes a look back at year of soul-awakening time spent outdoors and in wonder. Continue reading for a glimpse at all the Young Naturalist Program entailed this academic year.
During a reception to honor outgoing Director Vince Durnan, the Board of Trustees presented him with a proclamation, shared $1.5 million in new gifts have been added to the need-based scholarship endowment named in his honor, and christened the heart of the school the Durnan Auditorium.