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The Harvard-Westlake Chronicle

The Student News Site of Harvard-Westlake School

The Harvard-Westlake Chronicle

The Student News Site of Harvard-Westlake School

The Harvard-Westlake Chronicle

Ella Watkins 22 and Olivia Sparks 22 gaze upward during their Junior Fellowship at the Lincoln Memorial in Washington D.C.

Junior Fellowship: Ella Watkins and Olivia Sparks

Natasha Speiss and Ella Yadegar September 9, 2021

The Kutler Center Junior Fellowship Program selected Ella Watkins ’22 and Olivia Sparks ’22 for their project "Shades of Brown: A Visual & Written Portfolio Capturing the Black Experience in America...

Summer Stars: Goldie Grube

Summer Stars: Goldie Grube

Tate Sheehy August 26, 2021

As Goldie Grube '23 looked over the top of her easel, she could see the July sun beaming through her bedroom window, illuminating her canvas. She pulled out her acrylic paints, itching to recreate the...

Students enrolled in various visual arts courses reconnect with their peers in the same classroom on campus again, but this time requiring masks and social distancing.

Visual arts students come back to campus for classes

Keira Jameson March 28, 2021

As the rest of the community has begun its return to campus, the school has welcomed back visual and performing arts students. Those taking performing arts have had the opportunity to return to campus...

HW Project released for students and faculty

Sydney Fener February 9, 2021

The HW Project, a multimedia production including over 23 separate student works, premiered Jan. 22 on Vimeo in place of the regular fall play.   Upper School Performing Arts Technical Director and...

Repainting the Past

Caitlin Muñoz October 14, 2020

As Lena Bagley ’22 walked to her local grocery store June 14, she passed a long procession of protesters turning onto Fairfax Avenue, brandishing signs emblazoned with the phrase “All Black Lives...

Evie de Rubertis ’21 builds a model for her studies on the representations of the female form. Credit: Evie de Rubertis, used with permission

Evie de Rubertis studies women in art

Harry Tarses August 30, 2020

Evie de Rubertis ’21, one of the seven recipients of the Junior Summer Fellowships, used her resources to explore the history and evolution of women in art and examine how these feminist works relate...

Museum Motivations

Chloe Schaeffer March 4, 2020

Clarification, March 5, 2020: There are 93 museums in Los Angeles. An Odd Experience When she observed Shirin Neshat’s “I Will Greet the Sun Again” exhibition at The Broad museum in downtown Los...

Artists in Miami

Artists in Miami

Sophia Musante January 29, 2020

Four student artists developed their portfolios, attended masterclasses and met with panelists at the National YoungArts Week in Miami from Jan. 5 to 12. Student finalists of the YoungArts competition...

Artwork-ing Off Stress

Artwork-ing Off Stress

Celine Park November 14, 2019

Art allows students to escape from the responsibilities of school For Mimi Offor ’21, working on art portfolios or setting up a photoshoot in Feldman-Horn allows her to focus on what she loves, while...

Makeup or Made-up?

Emma Limor November 13, 2019

Makeup art gains popularity during the Halloween and Day of the Dead, but other artists oppose the validity of the new art form. On Halloween, Adrienne Usher ’22 strutted down the stage at the...

photo from Instagram @remi.patton

Remi Patton sells her artwork in exhibition

Quincey Dern October 3, 2019

Remi Patton ’20 sold four of her paintings in the “We’ve Always Been Here” art show at the Band of Vices art gallery Sept. 14. This event marked Patton’s first time selling her pieces. Two were...

Power of the Portfolio

Chloe Schaeffer October 3, 2019

When visual arts teacher Claire Cochran ’06 was a senior, her art portfolio was her ticket to college, she said. Even though her GPA may not have been high enough for her to gain admission to a highly...

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