'Napalm' Girl to attend film screening

Kim Phuc, the “Napalm Girl,” will speak to parents and students May 10 at 7:30 p.m. following the screening of a documentary about her life entitled “The Power of a Picture.” The movie, presented by producers Jeff MacIntyre and David Ono, also features Nick Ut, the Pulitzer Prize winning photographer who captured the image of […]

Show to honor former teacher

  By Jordan Freisleben Former Visual Arts teacher Carl Wilson will be honored posthumously in February in an exhibition in Feldman-Horn gallery featuring his work. Wilson, who founded the art department at Harvard School, taught at the two schools for 36 years before retiring in June 2006. He died in January 2008. “He used to […]

8th grader's film wins awards at local and international festivals

By Olivia Kwitny Zelda Wengrod ’13 won an award at the Global Kids for Kids festival in Canada.  Her three minute noir film “The Night in Question,” won the Best Film in the Live Action Six Through 12 Years-old category from a professional jury comprised of four Canadian film industry professionals. This is one of […]

Art teacher speaks at event honoring feminist art movement

By Alice Phillips Art teacher Cheri Gaulke spoke Sept. 21 at a lecture series about her experiences working with a womens’ art organization and how the organization affected her life and that of many others. The presentation about The Woman’s Building was the first in a four-part Culture Series whose purpose was “to bring history […]