Twelve Hotchkiss students from the art program and photography, film, and related media program received Scholastic Art Awards in this year’s state competition, including seven gold keys, six sliver keys, and an honorable mention.
Isaac Alecia ‘20 transforms main hallway with barbershop installation. Isaac planned his installation to highlight the importance of barber shop culture in the lives African Americans. He planned his installation to coincide with MLK day and Black History Month and will be on view through Feb. 27.
The Tremaine Art Gallery is pleased to present a multimedia installation by collaborative artist pair Kahn and Selesnick: Truppe Fledermaus & the Carnival at the End of the World. The installation, which includes photography, sculpture, and drawing, will run Jan. 25 through Feb. 23. A reception will be held at the gallery Jan. 25, 4 - 6 p.m.
The Hotchkiss Concert Series is pleased to welcome pianist Leonel Morales in concert on Friday, Jan. 17 at 7 p.m. in Katherine M. Elfers Hall, Esther Eastman Music Center. Mr. Morales is a frequent guest of the Hotchkiss stage, and an audience favorite. He returns to perform exciting works by Mozart, Beethoven, Rachmaninov, and Balakirev. The concert is free and open to the public.
Noam Ginsparg ’22 has been named a 2020 National YoungArts Foundation Honorable Mention winner in the category of Classical Music, Violoncello.
Photography student Jerry Sheng ’20 hails from Hangzhou, China, near the town of Yiwu, where many goods destined for the American market are produced, including Christmas decorations. Sheng spent last summer photographing the small factories, workshops, and workers that make the products. The photographs are on view in Main Building hallway. Read Jerry’s statement about his photo series below.
Four Hotchkiss student art works have been selected for the 2020 NAHS (National Art Honor Society) Juried Exhibition at the NAEA (National Art Education Association) Studio and Gallery and Virtual Gallery in Alexandria, VA. Nicole Morikawa '21, John Shin '20, and Serena Zhou '20 will exhibit their work in the Studio and Gallery January 27 - April 10, 2020. Yuka Masamura '21 will exhibit her work in the Virtual Gallery on the NAEA website January 27, 2020.