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Nine Deerfield artists are currently featured in an art exhibition and competition, located at ArtSpace in Greenfield.
Along with the traditional BBBS activities, such as Pool Night and Game Night, Estelle Kim ’11 is leading a series of art classes, now part of the Friday evening repertoire.
Andreas hopes that his film can be screened at local film festivals in addition to school meeting or the Widdies in the spring term.
Over the summer, several students of Deerfield Academy participated in Arts Programs to help hone their skills.
Deerfield artists took top honors at the gallery’s awards ceremony on January 29.
Touch Fire is a unique exhibit consistingof work by 21 female ceramicists, showcases the artistic breadth of women artists throughout Japan. The 94 ceramic pieces in the exhibit, all lent by an alumna of Smith College, consist of diverse styles…
Ceramics will not be part of the Deerfield Arts Department curriculum next year. The current economy and scheduling issues are the two main factors to blame in the cutting of the ceramics classes.
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