Kane Gallery News
Gallery visitors are welcome to enjoy a diverse collection of paintings, drawings, ceramic, woodworking and more through December 1.
The Visual Arts and Diversity Offices will host the art exhibit "Building Bridges: Portraits of Immigrants and Refugees" in the Kane Gallery from Monday, October 30 through Monday, November 20.
The visual arts department and the upper and middle school diversity committees are pleased to invite you to "Identity and Stereotypes," the second Fenn School art exhibition this year.
The Visual Arts department announces the opening of its first visiting artists' exhibition of the academic year. "Land of Eternal Spring." The title comes from an interpretation of the word Quauhtemellan, the language of the ancient people of Guatemala, and the exhibit features paintings by Maynor Campos.
The festival began with the group called Roots Music Collective, a trio that led the audience on an exploration of the global influences and social forces that have shaped American music, from spirituals to rock and hip hop.
On display in the Kane Gallery until March 7 is a collection of landscape paintings titled ""Rivers, Roads, and Places In Between"" by artist Jonathan MacAdam. The official artist opening is on Feb. 16 from 1:30 to 4:30 p.m. in the gallery at Fenn.
Art, observed John Updike, is "breathing room for the spirit." Fenn boys have countless opportunities to create art and receive constant encouragement to do so. The pieces in the first Student Art Exhibit this school year are colorful and original, and reflect creativity, whimsy, focus, and skill.