This year’s Senior Show features the work of 21 artists who have spent the past two terms in Senior Studio – a class where no projects are assigned, which creates an environment for students that closely resembles a […]
The visual & performing arts play a pivotal role in our curriculum as well as in the extracurricular lives of students. At BCDS, we recognize that participation in the arts cultivates creativity, self-expression & self-discipline. Our schedule is designed to ensure that students have the opportunity to take arts courses in each grade.
In our Middle School instrumental music curriculum, all Middle School students learn to play an instrument or hone their skills if they are an accomplished musician. Students strive for musical excellence through a combination of […]
For the past nine years, the Senior Show has taken place in the Nancy Lincoln Gallery, but this year, for the first time, the exhibit will take place in several locations around campus in addition to the […]
Have you ever drawn the sound of a whale or the smell of chocolate? Or by feel and not by sight? Drawing is a tool for thinking in any subject, and to unlock Beaver’s collective drawing mind, […]
Artist’s statement: Hi, my name is Gerlins Marcano, and I was the recent recipient of the Alex Cohn Grant. With this grant, I spent six weeks in Amman, Jordan where I studied Arabic with students from […]
The Beaver Performing Arts Department is excited to announced the 2015-16 season! It’s going to be great one. You can see the full calendar here and stay tuned for times and ticket sales.
Over the past couple of years, the Nancy Lincoln Gallery has expanded from a single room that displays art to a collaborative student-driven space that asks big questions and invites dialogue from other disciplines. […]
Come see the works of 19 seniors from their two-term intensive studio art class. The vibrant exhibit in the Nancy Lincoln Gallery features an array of mediums and captures the spirit of these young adults. […]
Students in the Art of Boston class helped curate the current show in the Nancy Lincoln Gallery – Graffito: from the Street to the Studio – from the art collection of Linda and Alan Bortman ’79, P’16. Bortman fell […]
Multiples is a collaborative sculpture project completed by 8th graders and inspired by the work of Tara Donovan – an artist who uses large quantities of man-made, mass-produced, nontraditional art materials. Student were assigned a […]