Waterford's Upper School students entered this year's annual Scholastic Art & Writing Awards Competition and both visual artists and creative writers received an impressive response at the regional level.
Armed with the knowledge of primary and secondary colors, Class I students were asked to hypothesize, "What might happen if we mix more than two colors?"
Waterford would like to take a moment to honor Suzanne Conine for her 20+ years of successful participation in NCECA conferences and exhibitions. Suzanne has quietly, yet confidently put her ceramic program and Waterford School on the national map as one of the best around. Her outstanding efforts have had a life changing impact on her students and have inspired her colleagues. We asked Suzanne to share her experience and success with NCECA over the last 20 years. Congratulations, Suzanne!
A week marked by the sounds and visuals of music, dance, visual arts, and theater, Arts Week is the annual week-long event that focuses on the artistic talents of our students.
Each day this week, Waterford students performed and shared their arts with each other in gallery exhibitions and assemblies. On Monday, Javen Tanner, Dean of the Arts, kicked off Arts Week with a heart felt and hopeful Assembly talk about the power of the arts.
Photography faculty member, Bernard C. Meyers work, "Urban Abstracts" will be on exhibition at Camerawork Gallery, March 2-March 29, 2019. Mr. Meyers will open the exhibition with an artist talk and reception on Saturday March 2, 3:30-4:30 PM.
The following is the full talk from the MS and US assemblies given by Tim Dolbin, Math Teacher, and his son, Parker Dolbin ’12 about an art project that was developed from the synthesis of math and art, showing the power of understanding and combining many disciplines in a project.