ΜΕΤΑΓΡΑΦΕΙΝ (Rewrite), is the Hotchkiss Dramatic Association’s winter 2021 production. Using Ancient Greek theatre as a starting point, students have adapted works by Aeschylus and Sophocles to speak to contemporary times. Episodes will be released for on-demand viewing over the coming weeks, available at this link.
The Connecticut Regional Scholastic Art Awards are the nation’s longest-running, most prestigious recognition program for creative teens. This year, ten Hotchkiss students from the art program and photography, film, and related media program received thirteen awards in this year’s state competition, including four gold keys, four silver keys, and five honorable mentions.
Works by Hotchkiss students Nicole Morikawa ’21 and Annie Xu ’22 were selected for inclusion in the 2021 National Art Honor Society (NAHS)/National Junior Art Honor Society (NJAHS) Juried Exhibition, now on view in the National Art Education Association (NAEA) Virtual Gallery.
Six Hotchkiss students were selected for inclusion in the 'Future Voices' exhibit presented by Connecticut-based Shoreline Art Alliance. The exhibit prospectus called for student works addressing contemporary issues related to social justice, the environment, and a variety of other political and economic topics. The exhibition will be presented virtually and includes eleven works by the students.
The Hotchkiss School's traditional carol service will be held virtually this year and the wider community is invited to join in the celebration. As always, the service will feature readings by members of the Hotchkiss community and music by the Hotchkiss Chorus.
The music program is pleased to present a live performance in Elfers Hall Tuesday, November 17 at 7 p.m. featuring nine Hotchkiss students.
The Hotchkiss Dramatic Association performed a series of student-directed, original shorts for the Hotchkiss community Oct. 23-26. All performances were held outdoors.