George School students received recognition during the month of April at both The Greenfield and Bridge Film Festivals. “We are so excited by the level of honor our students received for their creative works despite this challenging year,” said faculty member Scott Seraydarian ‘90. “Most importantly, we are thrilled about how these films reflect our students’ letting their lives speak.”
The 26th Annual Bucks County High School Art Exhibition highlights local emerging high school artists. This year, Sophia Friedman ’21, received an honorable mention for her print piece, “Lucid Dreaming.”
The theme for this year’s Dance Eclectic performance is gratitude and hope; a very fitting premise after a year of life in a global pandemic. Dance Eclectic will take place April 16 and 17, 2021 at 7:30 p.m. and will be livestreamed from Walton Auditorium.
Seven George School students have been selected to appear in the 2021 Phillips’ Mill Youth Art Online Exhibition which will run through April 16, 2021. Ceramics student Morris Chang ’21 won first place in the 3-D category.
The work of Amedeo Salamoni, George School ceramics and sculpture teacher and Anderson/Walton Galleries coordinator, is being featured at Saratoga Clay Arts Center’s national juried exhibition, Playing with Fire: Altered Atmospheres, through April 24, 2021 in the Schacht Gallery.
Three recent George School alums were selected to exhibit their ceramics artwork in the prestigious National K-12 Ceramic Exhibition, an annual juried ceramic competition for students in the United States.
George School students took home sixty Scholastic Art and Writing prizes in the 2021 Regional Scholastic Art and Writing Awards, announced on January 28, 2021. Eleven students received Gold Key awards, reserved for the most outstanding student writers and artists in the Pennsylvania region
On Friday, February 19th and Saturday, February 20th, 2021 George School theater students performed Talking With…, a play consisting of monologues ranging from laugh-out-loud funny to others hard to listen to.
On January 24th, the George School community came together to enjoy a small reprieve from the pandemic through music. The Winter Instrumental Concert was made possible because of the meticulous planning by music faculty, David Nolan.
George School’s ceramics teacher, Amedeo Salamoni, and alumna Claire Schmucker ’20 contributed to works exhibited as part of the Clay Arts Vegas Collaborative International Exhibition, a travelling exhibit currently on display at the University of North Dakota en route to Auckland, New Zealand.