Context and intention are keywords as our art students solve problems, build skills, gain confidence and learn the history of the various media they study in Emma Willard School's visual arts program.
From sight-specific installations around campus to collaborations with the science department, we seek to expand students' understanding of both the function and meaning of art. They are challenged to experience their world in a fresh way, to open their eyes and really see.
Priscilla Rapp '17 is currently exhibiting in the Dietel Gallery with 'In Betweens: Exploring the Animation Process.' She gave a gallery talk to the Emma Artists and the intermediate and advanced media students on Friday.
Dr. Spiro-Allen accompanied students to the Monet exhibit in downtown Schenectady. Pictured left to right: Lila D. ’25, Zola K. ’25, Annie L. ’25, Dr. Spiro-Allen, Palzom D. ’26, Chloe G. ’26, Iris C. ’27.