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Inclusion specialist Kate Woodford and her two daughters visit the Education Center to attend the union protest Wednesday, Jan. 24.

Number One Strikers: A photographer’s walk through the sixth day of protests

Gabe Kolodner, Managing photo editor January 29, 2024

It was raining in the early afternoon of Wednesday, Jan. 24 as I walked along Walnut St. from North to the nearby village of Newtonville, camera in hand. I passed many of my current and former teachers,...

Review: Students display year of artwork at Art Morning

Review: Students display year of artwork at Art Morning

Rose Bostwick May 20, 2015

by Rose Bostwick Student painters, photographers, and sculptors displayed various pieces of artwork for Art Morning, last Friday from 7 a.m. to 9:30 a.m. in the art wing. Art Morning is an annual exhibit...

Preview: Art Morning to reveal student artwork

Preview: Art Morning to reveal student artwork

Rose Bostwick May 15, 2015

by Rose Bostwick Paintings, drawings, ceramic pieces, and other artwork created by art students in the past year will cover Main Street and the art wing today from 7 to 9:30 a.m. for  “Art Morning,”...

Review: Art Morning exhibits true talent

Review: Art Morning exhibits true talent

The Newtonite May 21, 2014

by Maya Abou-Rizk Student artists displayed their photos, ceramic pieces, drawings, paintings, and other artwork last Friday at “Art Morning” on Main Street and in the art wing, 7 to 9:30 a.m. In the...

Sophomores Jessica Pullen-Schmidt, Julia Dwyer, and Naomi Forman-Katz work on a finger painting in Julia Dwyers sketchbook, which will be on display during Art Morning.

Preview: Students to display artwork during end of year exhibition

The Newtonite May 8, 2014

by Maya Abou-Rizk Hundreds of ceramic, photo, and art pieces will cover the first floor art wing and Main Street, as art students display their past year’s work for Art Morning. “Art Morning is our...

This photograph, Untitled by sophomore Nadav Konforty, won a gold key in the competition.

Students' art appreciated: National Scholastic Arts Awards

The Newtonite March 4, 2014
This school has participated in the National Scholastic Arts Awards for . . .
Junior Bethany Lehman sets up a camera.

Semester I Special: For Bethany Lehman, photos can send powerful messages

The Newtonite January 18, 2013
by Jacob Schwartz Photography might seem simple to some––just aim, shoot and you’re done. However, junior Bethany Lehman has shown how it is much more. Currently taking Photography Major II at this school, Lehman has experimented with many aspects of photography in order to transform her photos.

Seniors take portraits, foster interests in hobbies

The Newtonite October 26, 2012
by Gloria Li For senior Audrey Derobert, a photo major, snapping senior portraits is a lot of fun because it takes her the interest in photography to the next level.

New art, photo teacher looks forward to year

The Newtonite September 18, 2012
by Leah Budson Art and photography teacher Tom MacIntyre has been interested in art since personality quizzes he took as a kid predicted he would become an artist.

Ron Morris shows a commitment to photography

The Newtonite June 6, 2012
by Julia Oran “The first thing I noticed was that he had more pairs of shoes than I do,” said art teacher Shannon Slattery

Review: 'Art Morning' exemplifies year of spectacular artwork

The Newtonite May 5, 2012
by Peter Diamond Student painters, sculptors and photographers displayed their work at “Art Morning” on Main Street, in 127, 129, 131 and outside 127 yesterday 7 a.m. to 9 a.m.

Preview: Annual exhibit to cumulate year's work

The Newtonite April 25, 2012
by Leah Budson Tables and easels throughout the first floor art wing and part of Main Street will overflow with pottery, photographs, paintings and more for “Art Morning,” according to art teacher Shannon Slattery.
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