Fine arts at Episcopal are academically challenging and creatively stimulating. From painting, ceramics and photography, to movement, music production, and choral ensemble, to instrumental music, acting and technical production, students have numerous opportunities to learn from the best.

Munnerlyn in the Evening

Welcome from the Director of Fine Arts!

Welcome to the world of fine arts at Episcopal. The arts in all their forms are at the heart of Episcopal life.

Our state-of-the-art Munnerlyn Center for Worship and Fine Arts, our technologically-advanced visual arts complex, the Berg Gallery, and our intimate and endearing off-off Broadway Sikes Theatre are exceptional places which house our most precious gifts of all, our students and their God-given talents. They are the reason, the purpose for what we do at Episcopal.

This is where desire, talent, discipline, work ethic, skills and techniques, perspective and concepts are taught, practiced and lived. We invite questions, encourage the journey, and provide tools for growth.

Fine arts at Episcopal are academically challenging and creatively stimulating. Our fine-arts faculty and staff, all artists in their own right, joyfully share their respected wisdom, and create together with bright minds, nimble bodies and imaginative souls. In the classroom, students study the theory and history of art, music, dance and theatre. On the stage and in the studio they create. From painting, ceramics and photography, to movement, music production, and choral ensemble, to instrumental music, acting and technical production, students have numerous opportunities to learn from the best.

At Episcopal, participation in and exposure to the arts are an integral part of education, while expanding students’ horizons and encouraging tolerance and understanding of others. The School’s fine arts offerings allow students to explore, develop and share their passions and talents in a caring and spiritual community. What a blessing!

Sally Deming
Sally Maguire Deming Signature

Sally Deming
Director of Fine Arts