A.P Draw, Paint, Print Senior Spotlight Interview: Margaux Forsbrand ’21 The AP Drawing Portfolio is an intensive course, requiring students to produce art at the college level. Students compile a portfolio of 15-20 original artworks demonstrating mastery in composition, technique, and concept. They pursue the “why” behind their own artistic process and participate in weekly…

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Congratulations to Madison Linn ’21, who won a national medal through Scholastic Art & Writing Awards for her acrylic painting. This alongside her four Golden Key awards for her other paintings at the regional competition. Since 1923, the Scholastic Art and Writing Awards have recognized some of America’s most celebrated artists and writers when they…

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The AP Drawing Portfolio is an intensive course, requiring students to produce art at the college level. Students compile a portfolio of 15-20 original artworks demonstrating mastery in composition, technique, and concept. They pursue the WHY behind their own artistic process and participate in weekly critiques of classmates’ work, as well as submit completed pieces…

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Fine Arts instructor Bob Kirk’s article on teaching Ceramics in Private school was recently published in one of the top international ceramics education magazines, Studio Potter. In March, 2019, Bob was a member of a panel at the annual conference of The National Council on Education for the Ceramic Arts (NCECA). The article (subscription only)…

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The AP Drawing Portfolio is an intensive course, requiring students to produce art at the college level. Students compile a portfolio of 15-20 original artworks demonstrating mastery in composition, technique, and concept. They pursue the WHY behind their own artistic process and participate in weekly critiques of classmates’ work, as well as submit completed pieces…

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The AP Drawing Portfolio is an intensive course, requiring students to produce art at the college level. Students compile a portfolio of 15-20 original artworks demonstrating mastery in composition, technique, and concept. They pursue the WHY behind their own artistic process and participate in weekly critiques of classmates’ work, as well as submit completed pieces…

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“A Night of Middle School Theatre” was performed on Thursday and Friday last week and featured three plays, “No Horse Town,” “Last Minute Adjustments,” and “Murder in the Knife Room.” Click here to view a photo gallery from the performance Alumni Ian McCook ’12 (owner of Ascend Drone Solutions) and Korey Gouin ’16 provided the green screen…

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Episcopal Fine Art students competed in the 2021 Northeast Florida Scholastic Art Awards on Saturday, January 9. During this adjudication, judges from around Northeast Florida reviewed more than 2,900 entries ranging from 16 visual art categories. They were absolutely impressed and inspired with the quality of work they saw! Since 1923, the Scholastic Art and…

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A.P Draw, Paint, Print Senior Spotlight Interview: Sally Barksdale  AP Drawing Portfolio is an intensive course, requiring students to produce art at the college level. Students compile a portfolio of 15-20 original artworks demonstrating mastery in composition, technique, and concept. They pursue the why behind their own artistic process and participate in weekly critiques of…

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Upper School Dance Ensemble will be featured in a video during Chapel in February that was created in order to share dance through an additional outlet during COVID. “Due to limitations in live performance, we wanted to utilize other performance outlets that could be done safely, and shared safely,” said Director of Dance Dawn Adams.…

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