Theatre students produced several short productions for the H.D.A. Instagram page this spring, uploaded on Thursdays in April and May.
Alumni artists and arts professionals Christine Gray '02, Eilen Itszel Mena '13, Rosie Quick'08, Shawn Digney-Peer '98 all presented special programming this spring for online classes in the Studio Art and Art History program.
The Tremaine Art Gallery is looking forward to an exciting schedule of exhibits for the 2020/21 academic year.
During this time of social distancing and sheltering in place, visual artists are producing work that reflects this new reality. Hotchkiss visual arts and photography students have joined in the movement, and their work offers an intimate portrait of their lives during their time away from Lakeville.
or his excellence in his work in film, Luke Gardiner was awarded the Harvardwood Prize this spring.
Havardwood is nonprofit organization for members of the Harvard University community who believe in the power and purpose of the arts, media and entertainment. The prize recognizes and celebrates the artistic accomplishments and potential of high school students and is awarded annually to a rising senior who plans to apply for admission to Harvard College in the fall of their senior year, and who has demonstrated excellence in their dedication to the arts/media/entertainment and its power to enact positive social change.
By invitation of the International Olympic Committee (IOC), Oliver Chen ’22 performed Franz Liszt’s “Hungarian Rhapsody No. 6” at a Chinese Lunar New Year celebration in January hosted by the Lausanne Olympic Museum in Lausanne, Switzerland.
The Hotchkiss School is pleased to announce a program of weekly virtual concerts selected from Elfers Hall’s rich 15-year collection of world-class performances. The first virtual concert will be held Saturday, April 4, 7:00 p.m. with a rebroadcast of the Hotchkiss Philharmonic gala opening, an all-Tchaikovsky concert guest conducted by Marc Moncusí.