An annual exhibition of current works by GA visual arts faculty and staff. Runs through Friday, September 28
Confident in Expression stands as a key pillar of our Mission, one solidly supported by our extraordinary Arts Program. GA's PreK–12 vertically integrated performing and visual arts curriculum and extracurricular programs consistently receive local and national recognition for the extensive opportunities they provide to students of every age to develop their capacity for creative expression.
Whether it's learning printmaking in Kindergarten, creating STEAM projects in 4th Grade, playing cello in the Middle School string ensemble, or singing the showstopper in a Belfry Club stage production, every student can hone their personal voice and mind's eye in our Arts program.
The Cheltenham Printmakers Guild, founded in 1969, is composed of a group of professional artists from the Delaware Valley who are skilled in a wide range of printmaking media. Runs through Tuesday, October 31
Studio-specific exhibits. Runs through Friday, December 14
This exhibit includes site specific, environmentally themed art installations. These works seek to strengthen the community's connection with the natural world through inspiration from The Wetlands, The Woods, and The Wissahickon Creek. Includes a reception with the artists.
A senior instructor at Montgomery County Community College, Aina Roman creates archival prints and gestural paintings energized by colors and shapes. Runs through Friday, December 14
Showcasing works from Germantown Academy and Penn Charter students.
Includes work from every student who participates in the Upper School Visual Arts program. Runs through Wednesday, February 6
Examples of work from all divisions of GA on the theme. Runs through Tuesday, March 12
Runs through Thursday, April 18
Includes work from Lower School Visual Arts students. Runs through Wednesday, May 8
Includes work from every Lower School student. Runs through Friday, May 31