Course selection is here, and we have something for everyone in the visual arts! Scan the QR code to learn about all of our great classes. Ceramics, Digital Photojournalism, Drawing, Painting, Photo, Digital Art, and more! Check it out and reach out to one of the art teachers if you have any questions!
March 6-8, the Fine & Performing Arts Department hosted Arts Expo Week: MAKE ROOM FOR THE ARTS to celebrate Youth Art Month and Music in the Schools Month. Student artwork was displayed in a Pop-up Art Gallery outside of the cafeteria. During all lunches, students in the Fine & Performing Arts program demonstrated a taste of the arts through live music, drawing, painting, and wheel throwing demonstrations.
We’ve sent our final draft to the press, and await the arrival of this year’s National Art Honor Society calendars! Proceeds go to support art that connects to the community at Algonquin and beyond. NAHS students will be selling the calendars at next week’s Holiday Festival for $15, or you can contact firstname.lastname@example.org to make other arrangements.
Click here to see a full calendar preview, with work by Isabella Alex, Grace Antino, Connor Black, Cian Brown, Sophia Cappello, Atira Cheney, Meghan Clarke, Genevieve Cox, Julia DeMattia, Katie Dobberpuhl, Nadine El Nesr, Stephanie Francalancia, Radoslaw Jaster, Liping Lin, Bridey McGlynn, Amber Mooers, Taylor Murphy, and Kendall Sweeney.
NAHS officers Kendall Sweeney, Steph Francalancia, and Bella Alex led members of the Northborough, Southborough, and Regional School Committees on a tour of as many art projects as could be seen in 30 minutes. Those joining the entourage were able to hear firsthand about these students’ inspiration and planning for their NAHS induction and Advanced Art class projects, as well as the history of public art pieces at Algonquin. We’re happy to share the tour with you in this interactive map. One fantastic suggestions tonight was to provide this to all Freshmen- we’re on it!