Congratulations to eight US Advanced Art students who are participating in the Katonah Museum of Art's Young Artists Exhibition as well as four students who have been recognized by the Scholastic Art and Writing Awards.
At King School, our students are exposed to many forms of creative expression and encouraged to pursue an artistic passion or discover a new one.
King’s Performing Arts program which includes theater arts and music, offers students the opportunity to make personal and cultural discoveries by participating in a creative, disciplined and collaborative process. Through a structured communal process, students develop self-confidence, perseverance, imagination, reflective thinking, and intuition.
The Visual Arts program at the King School stresses the importance of original creative thinking and personal artistic expression. Students learn to use and manipulate a wide range of media and techniques through assignments that are age appropriate yet challenging.
King’s stunning state-of-the-art Performing Arts Center (PAC) is an enviable setting for these creative pursuits. The lobby of the (PAC) doubles as extraordinary exhibition space for students, professional artists, and alumni.
Friday 11/17 at 7:00 p.m.
Saturday 11/18 at 2:00 p.m. and 7:00 p.m.
Sunday 11/19 at 2:00 p.m.
Juan Vincente was recently honored with two awards for his involvement in our local community through his non-profit organization 'Embracing Art.' In August, he was recognized by Latincolors Magazine and in October he received the Greenwich Art Council Certificate of Excellence Award
On Friday April 7, Grade 5 student Catie Harvey attended the New York City premiere of the Japanese animated feature film "Your Name." together with the fellow actors who helped create the English version of the movie. Catie voiced the character of Yotsuha Miyamizu, the younger sister of the main character.
Congratulations to Will Millerchip '17 on the amazing work he produced in Costa Rica over March break. His stunning cinematography is a joy to watch. Additional thanks to Austen Albano '17 who traveled with Will and provided editing skills for the video.
Earlier this year, at the Connecticut Regional Scholastic Art Awards Program, Ashley received a Silver Key Award for her Self Portrait charcoal piece and also a Gold Key Award for Questioning, which will be displayed in Carnegie Hall in New York City, June 7-9.