The arts are a very important part of daily life at Loomis Chaffee. We are surrounded by the sights and sounds of the visual and performing arts through exhibits in the Mercy Gallery and the Barnes & Wilde student galleries, plays and other exciting performances in the NEO Theater and the diverse musical styles emanating from Founders Chapel and practice rooms.
The much-anticipated premiere of "Where Rivers Rise and Fall," composed by David Snyder '80 in commemoration of the Loomis Chaffee Centennial, was met with resounding applause at the Winter Choral Concert on Sunday, January 25.
The Mercy Gallery presents "Painting Time: Work by Andrew Sendor," the next exhibit in the LC Centennial Alumni Art series, beginning on Tuesday, Jan 13. The show features works from the collection of Mickey Cartin '66 and is made possible with his support.
Visiting artist Deborah Zlotsky '80 spent some of her time on campus conceptualizing and experimenting with her drawing techniques. She shared her explorations, her techniques, and her motivation with students during a presentation at the Richmond Art Center.