Photography student Ella Dooling '22 created a virtual exhibit of the collection currently on display on campus: "A Show of Hands" by Henry M. Buhl '48.
The visual arts program at Brooks is grounded in the importance of process. Students use clay, paint, pencils, found objects, cameras and film to present an idea, story or problem. Student artists gain visual vocabulary through a study of the historical canon, and subsequently learn to manipulate elements of design, composition and color theory to present their own ideas effectively.
In each of the visual arts classes, students of all levels create original bodies of work, participate in both formal and informal critique sessions, and ready pieces for display both on campus and in the Greater Boston area.
The Robert Lehman Art Gallery and Brooks School Visual Arts Department presents AP Studio Arts Exhibition “Flora Filter.” This environmental art exhibition incorporates an appreciation for our beautiful campus, an awareness of our efforts to protect our natural environment and the importance of stewardship of our global environment. The core of this exhibition is work from observation of plant life in the green roof of the science building, drawn outside in the Anna Trustey Remembrance Garden or for our online students, at home in Haverhill, Mass., New York City, Hong Kong and Shanghai.
The visual arts curriculum is designed to provide students with the opportunity to expand their art consciousness and to allow gifted students a chance for serious study in the medium of choice.
Ample extracurricular opportunities enable students to continue the creative process outside the classroom.
Brooks studio art faculty are passionate working artists in their own right, offering an authentic and current understanding of the struggle and joy of creating work.
"We have an incredible artist-in-residence program that allows our students to work one-on-one with professional sculptors, painters and photographers."
The DEI team's pick for our annual initiative, "Born a Crime: Stories from a South African Childhood," is sparking great conversation and engaging classes in all disciplines this fall.
Going beyond static images on the page, the 2021 tome is a community effort that allowed students to share and remember videos, music and more!
This fall, Ryan Kelleher '24 started "Brooks Talk" — and a conversation that's helping students get to know one another better.