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Sondheim’s “Into the Woods” brought to Lowe stage

Mia Hong, Lillian Poag, and Yasmin Stein April 7, 2021
"Into the Woods" seemed like the perfect musical to perform amid a pandemic: small cast and minimal choreography. Little did Director Jamie Stires-Hardin know how complicated staging a musical during a pandemic would turn out to be.
Junior Julia Smith creates a bright message to let young artists know that they are all works of art.

Junior creates “Art House” to spread positivity amidst outbreak

Julia Smith, Staff Writer April 30, 2020
Junior Julia Smith shares her experience creating an "Art House" to liven up her neighborhood in a creative way.
Terpsichore member Yuki Chevray dances from home during the COVID-19 pandemic.

Students participate in fine arts ensembles from home

Edward Chen, Staff Writer April 16, 2020
Students continue to participate in fine arts ensembles at home through the COVID-19 pandemic.
The AP French class explores Surrealist exhibits at the Menil Drawing Institute.

French classes visit Menil Drawing Institute and Collection

Max Beard, Staff Writer February 27, 2020
French classes took a field trip to the Menil Drawing Institute and Menil Collection on Tuesday, Feb. 11.
Havel talks to students about the piece

Art and architecture classes visit local museums, art installations

Ethan Kinsella and Pragya Devashish February 14, 2019
On Jan. 31 and Feb. 1, architecture, 2D and 3D Art classes took a field trip to the Houston Museum District and gained insight on artistic styles and techniques.
Michel Blazy explains to junior Lawrence Appel the engineering aspects of the installation.

AP French students contemplate apocalyptic landscape at Rice’s Moody Center

Sophia Lima, Copy Editor January 31, 2019
On Jan. 24, AP French Language and Culture students visited French contemporary artist Michel Blazy’s installation and heard his interpretation of the piece.
On Sept. 28, St. John's hosted the YMCA art auction featuring work from refugees. The auction raised $30,000, which was split between YMCA and the artists.

School hosts YMCA auction, showcases refugees’ art

Sara Doyle and Lily McCullough October 10, 2018
YMCA's annual auction of artwork created by refugees was held in the Glassell Gallery on Sept. 28.
Students pursue interest in pottery

Students pursue interest in pottery

Noura Jabir, Copy Editor May 17, 2018
Many students have joined the pottery scene through 3D art and social media.

Students display creativity at choreography showcase

Sinclair Mott, Staff Writer December 5, 2017
On Dec. 1, dancers performed several pieces choreographed by students.

Fine Arts concerts show off all ensemble levels

November 8, 2017
In the middle of October, choral, orchestra and band ensembles of all levels performed musical pieces.
YMCA art show spotlights refugee and immigrant artists

YMCA art show spotlights refugee and immigrant artists

Sophia Kontos, Online Section Editor November 7, 2017
The Fine Arts Department worked with YMCA International to stage an exhibition highlighting the works of eleven immigrant and refugee artists, displayed in Flores Hall last month.

Alumni artwork featured in “Creative Visions” exhibition

Sophie Gillard, Staff Writer May 1, 2017
Curated by Dan Havel, “Creative Visions Beyond the Storied Cloisters" features alumni artists including photographer Claire Dorfman ('14) and designers Preston Boyer ('13) and Bach Mai ('07).
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