Cantrell prepares Photo I classes for portrait project

By Maddy Baxter Photographer Heather Cantrell spoke to the Photography I classes on April 29 about portraiture to prepare students for their upcoming self-portrait project. Cantrell was invited to speak by photography teacher Nancy Popp, whom Cantrell met when she photographed her as a subject in her most recent show, Mirror Gaze. Cantrell showed the […]

Middle school offers year long 7th grade visual arts class

By Kelly Ohriner and Catherine Wang A new visual arts class for seventh graders was added to the curriculum this year. The class encourages seventh graders to become more aware of the art-related opportunities existing at school by letting them experience art through various media such as painting, drawing, animation, photography and clay, visual arts […]

Teacher reflects on parents’ internment

By Michelle Nosratian George and Grace Sasaki rushed their marriage. But when Executive Order 9066 came in the mail, they realized they had no other choice. The Sasakis and thousands of other Japanese-Americans were notified of their forced relocation to ten different internment camps across America. In a matter of days, the Sasakis had to […]