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Arts at BCD

Conceptual Drawing with Dana Piazza

“When an artist uses a conceptual form of art, it means that all of the planning and decisions are made beforehand and the execution in a perfunctory affair. The idea becomes a machine that makes the art.” – Sol LeWitt

By |February 6th, 2018|Categories: Arts|Comments Off on Conceptual Drawing with Dana Piazza

Upcoming exhibitions featuring BCD Teaching Artists…

At the core of BCD’s vibrant Arts program are a group of talented artists who, in addition to bringing their skills and perspectives to our students, are also participating in the contemporary art world at large.

Here are some upcoming exhibitions where you will find incredible works by our Arts faculty:

Ben Evans (K-6 Ceramics, and Functional Tableware)
Geoffrey Young Gallery
40 Railroad St., Great Barrington, MA
February 3-25, 2018
Reception: February 3, 5-7PM







Dana Piazza (Conceptual Drawing)
“Between the Lines”
Albany Center Gallery
488 Broadway, Suite 107, Albany, NY
January 30 – February 23
Reception: February 2, 5-8PM







Max Spitzer (K-6 Drawing & Painting, Sculpture, Painting with Color)
“Sarah Pike, Michael Smoot, Max Spitzer”
Carroll House Gallery at Keene State College
229 Main St., Keene, NH
February 13 – March 8
Reception: February 13, 5-7PM

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Winter Arts Block Heats Up!

The Art Studios are alive with creative energy! Upper School students are exploring all kinds of mediums and processes through vastly different offerings this term. Ben Evans’ “Focus on Function” ceramics class uses functional tableware styles from around the world to inspire students to create their own pieces with hand building and wheel-working techniques. Color theory is the focus of Max Spitzer’s painting class which is followed by his sculpture class that centers around mold-making and plaster work. New teaching artist Dana Piazza (‘o6 BCD2S) leads “Conceptual Drawing” where students are using Sumi inks and special drawing tools to create abstract drawings driven by self-authored instructions.

Check out our artists in action!

By |January 11th, 2018|Categories: Arts|Comments Off on Winter Arts Block Heats Up!