Distance learning provided students with an unexpected opportunity to look at their surroundings through a new lens and capture them through photographs.
Fine ARTs News
The St. Sebastian's alumnus stopped by Karl Grohmann's music classes on March 6 to talk with students about his career in country music and life on the road.
St. Sebastian's music students attended the annual Boston Symphony Orchestra Open Rehearsal on February 27.
Victor Cevoli, an award-winning graphic designer and photographer, met with the students to talk about photographing on site and the history of the hospital.
On Saturday, February 29, members of St. Sebastian's Slings and Arrows presented "The Door" in the Massachusetts High School Theater Celebration at Algonquin Regional High School in Northborough.
Arrows Aidan McCarthy '22, Paul White '22, and Jack Sullivan '22 returned to the Memory Project to help lead newcomers Declan Carroll '25, Derron St. Marie '24 and Joe Hamilton '21 to create portraits for Rohingya refugee orphans that are currently living in a refugee camp in Malaysia.
On February 14 and 15, the St. Sebastian's Drama Club performed "The Door," this year's winter play. The play was written by seniors Patrick McDonald, Nate Kelly, and Aidan Garrity who also collaborated in directing.
On Friday, December 20, the St. Sebastian's Community gathered to celebrate the season with a Christmas program full of song and scripture.
Ms. Bent presented about the AP Photography service program at the Independent School Art Instructors Association conference at the Brooklyn Museum in New York this past weekend.
The students experienced the exhibit's infinity mirror room at the the Institute of Contemporary Art in Boston.
The Slings & Arrows presented a performance of Robin Hood on Friday, November 1 and Saturday, November 2.
The Arrows taught and worked with the participants at Beaverbrook.
Jordan spoke about his senior art thesis on colorism and stereotypes in American society.
The Arrows visited the MFA for the 13th annual class trip to see collections they have studied over the past two years in Art History.
Students entertained parents, peers, faculty, and friends with their acting and musical talents.