Robert Knight, an artist and art professor at Hamilton College, spent the week of May 20–24 working in the Richmond Art Center as a Visiting Artist.
As a Loomis student in dance, theater, music, and visual arts, you will have many opportunities to develop the creativity, critical thinking, and collaboration skills necessary for both your academic and personal success. Loomis' wide-ranging curriculum is taught by instructors who are accomplished artists, musicians, and performers in their own right, as well as committed professional educators. The Hubbard Music Center, the Norris Ely Orchard Theater, and the Richmond Art Center feature purpose-built performance and exhibition spaces that will enhance your learning experience, and provide enjoyment for the entire community.
Art exhibitions by Visual Art teachers Jennifer McCandless and Mark Zunino and Loomis Chaffee art students are on display in the Mercy, Barnes, and Wilde galleries through May 30.
Artist Joan Harmon spent several days in April working in and among the students and faculty of the Richmond Art Center as a Visiting Artist.
The Spring Dance Revue, a much-anticipated annual event, was presented in the Norris Ely Orchard Theater May 1–4. Read more and view a gallery of photos from this year's program.
Two solo art exhibitions by Loomis Chaffee Visual Art teachers Jennifer McCandless and Mark Zunino will be on display in the Sue and Eugene Mercy Jr. Gallery from April 30 until May 30, 2019.
Congratulations to the student musicians who performed at the Connecticut All-State High School Music Festival last weekend.
Loomis Chaffee was host to dancers from 10 independent schools for the Fourth Annual New England Prep School Dance Festival on Sunday afternoon April 7, in venues across campus.
Students presented their original one-act productions during the IDEA Theater Festival, April 11 and 12, in the Norris Ely Orchard Theater.