Our community gathered together to welcome artist Kevin Snipes for the annual Cohen Art Lecture.
All-School Art Show
The vibrancy of our visual arts program is hard to miss. Spend five minutes at the annual All-School Art Show, when the campus is ransofrmed into a giant gallery exhibition, and you'll leave inspired to paint, sculpt, or tell a tale in claymation. Parents, caregivers, friends, faculty, and staff are invited to browse the hallways and spaces of our campus buildings each year. Displays include ceramics, paintings, photography, sketch work, 3D installations, and more, all showcasing the incredible work of our talented students.
The Community Engagement Club recently donated student artwork to support refugees in Philadelphia.
After a two-year hiatus, the All-School Art Show was back in person.
Students in Caroline Santa's Upper School art class recently finished their perspective paintings of the Loeb Performing Arts Center.
Students in the J-Term Prints for Progress class have been studying visual artists who create work based on social change.
Read about the Middle School Chair Project—happening now in the Sharpless Building—in our latest issue of the GFS Bulletin.
Our virtual all-school Art Show was highlighted in The Chestnut Hill Local.
The Art Department presents the annual All-School Art Show. The virtual portrait exhibit was conceived as a communal reflection of the past year.
The art department invites the GFS community to participate in the 2020 Art Show.
The annual GFS Student Art Show transformed the entire GFS campus into an exhibition space on May 23, 2019.