High School Faculty/Staff Art Exhibit
On Wednesday, February 27, as the late winter sun was setting, high school faculty and staff members, joined by their parents, children, and friends, gathered in the Inspiration Gallery to share the creative pursuits of their colleagues. This first-ever faculty/staff art show featured audio recordings, quilts, pottery, photography, weavings, woodwork, knitting, carvings, light fixtures, short stories, calligraphy, and everything in between.
Headmaster, Bob Broudo said, "I'm always impressed by the talents of our faculty and staff but this exhibit, and the creativity and the high caliber of this work, is truly remarkable. This community continues to blow me away."
The exhibit, curated and hung by the high school art department heads, Kara Healey and Beth Jamieson, will undoubtedly be the first of many.
The show is currently on view and open to members of the Landmark community.