Chorus and orchestra prepares for Messiah

Woods Curry, Arts Reporter

December 1, 2017

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As the holiday season comes in full swing at Westminster, the upper school chorus and chamber orchestra begin preparations for the highly anticipated annual Messiah performance. Following successful “Coffee Concert” and Thanksgiv...

Photography teacher displays work across Atlanta area

Kiran Gadde, Arts Reporter

December 1, 2017

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It’s not everyday you meet someone that has displayed their work in the High Museum, Clark Atlanta University, Hartsfield Jackson International Airport, Fulton County Arts Council, the Atlanta Office of Cultural Affairs, and ...

MAC and WAC welcome new members

Woods Curry, Arts Reporter

November 21, 2017

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Westminster’s acapella groups have been working tirelessly to showcase their impressive singing abilities to the student body. The groups, MAC and WAC, have been arranging pieces and performing after school with the hopes of ...

Cyan D’Anjou’s artwork changes focus to 3-D pieces

Rachel Liu, Arts Reporter

November 21, 2017

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On the Westminster campus, art takes on many shapes, forms, and sizes, interacting from the artist to the viewers in a unique exchange of intent and interpretation. Senior Cyan D’Anjou, an experienced artist, uses her artwork a...

STEAM JanTerm visits artist residency

Annie Kong, Staff Writer

February 2, 2017

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One of the numerous JanTerm courses offered this year is the STEAM Workshop, where students apply science, technology, engineering, art, and math skills to create individual and group projects. The first week consists of lectures...

Students pursue writing during NaNoWriMo

Grace Cohn, Staff Writer

December 2, 2016

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For most people, the month of November means turkey, football, cold air, and every four years, the election of our nation’s president. But for dedicated writers, including many at Westminster, November also means National Novel...

Students perform The Crucible, draw enthusiastic crowds

MeiMei Xu, Staff Writer

December 2, 2016

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The Westminster players relived a historic tale of fear, betrayal, and death through The Crucible, a play about the Salem witch trials in 1692. Directed by guest artist and Westminster alumnus Celia Quillian, the performance r...

AP Art students visit Oregon and California coast lines

Annie Kong, Staff Writer

December 2, 2016

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Every year, any students enrolled in an AP level art course have the unique opportunity to travel to Oregon and experiment with different forms of art along the coast. The annual trip was first created by a previous art teacher,...

E Squared: Understanding the workings of the magazines Embryo and Evolutions

Annie Kong, Arts Writer

October 31, 2016

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The two student-run publications on campus, Embryo and Evolutions, are useful outlets for showcasing forms of art, visual and literary alike. However, distinct contrasting elements separate these magazines and allow students...

WAM: Bringing the men’s and women’s a capellas together

Sarah Elizabeth Payne, Arts Writer

October 31, 2016

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A Westminster tradition we have all grown to know and love, MAC and WAC, have officially come together to form a new group…WAM. The idea for a co-ed group has been tossed around for a while, but this year, founders Drew...

Orchestra meets famous violinist Joshua Bell

MeiMei Xu, Arts Writer

October 31, 2016

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Westminster’s Chamber Orchestra had a rare opportunity to meet the world-class violinist Joshua Bell on Sept. 15. The class attended a rehearsal of the Atlanta Symphony Orchestra’s season opening concert featuring Bell as...

Faculty exhibit showcases summer artwork

MeiMei Xu, Staff Writer

September 30, 2016

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For the visual arts faculty, this summer meant painting, building, photographing, and experimenting with new ideas. The Faculty Art Show in Broyles showcased the works that the art teachers produced this summer. The show ran from...

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