COVID-19 has provided many challenges for all of us in more ways than we can count. One opportunity we've seen in this challenge is that it demands us all to be more creative and one place that was most apparent this fall was in the Holderness Art Department.
This fall, students in art courses let their creativity flow in a cappella ensembles, set building for our fall play “Goldfish Girl”, making documentary videos, cyanotypes, and designing COVID-19 posters to encourage community safety. The whole community has enjoyed the joy that art can bring us during these unprecedented times.
Check out these video showcases of student work including a soundtrack made by student singers.
February is Black History Month, and students in Holderness School’s new Culture and Justice Club have used that time to spark the community’s awareness and appreciation of Black history, excellence, and culture.
Despite a number of editorial challenges imposed by the COVID-19 pandemic, Holderness School’s literary and visual arts magazine, Mosaic, recently took home a top award from the 2020 Scholastic Yearbook and Magazine Awards.
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