Tag Archives: visual arts

Celebrating Student Artists

The Nobles community celebrated the work of 30 AP art students in the annual student show in the Foster Gallery during the opening reception. This is the largest student show since the inception of the gallery. The exhibit features work … Continue reading

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Shades of Gray

If you haven’t traveled through the “Link” lately, you’re missing this impressive display of student art. Next time you’re heading to the Arts Center, first check out the Vietnam/Cambodia trip exhibit and then take a few moments to admire these … Continue reading

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Beekeepers Captured on Camera

Foster Gallery artist Christine Collins visited classes at Nobles today. English teacher Peter Raymond—one of the subjects in Collin’s photographs of beekeepers—brought his class to meet the artist. Collin’s exhibit, “The Keepers,” is on display in the gallery until April … Continue reading

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Gallery Opening!

The Foster Gallery unveils “The Keepers,” a photography exhibit by Christine Collins. The opening reception with the artist is tonight, Feb. 28, at 5 p.m., and will include a musical component performed by students and faculty.

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Box Scenes in Visual Arts

Middle School art teacher Lisa Jacobson takes her visual arts students out of the classroom to observe and discuss box scenes on the wall. Students created scenes using fore-, middle- and backgrounds.

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Camera Obscura

Photo II students made this image with a room-sized camera obscura. Photography teachers John Hirsch and Kelsey Grousbeck, along with their students, constructed it by blacking out a room with large pieces of cardboard, leaving only a small aperture. The light … Continue reading

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Designing a Mural

Students in the art-focused afternoon program are creating their first mural above Gleason Hall in a student social/study area.

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