Dear SBRSD artists,
We're sorry we can't be with you in person and can't wait until the day that we can create art together again. In the meantime, please use this page as a resource for art activities. This is a great time to stay creative and we encourage you to do so. Find something you are excited by and get going!
Don't forget to share your work!
Email Ms. G with your favorite piece: firstname.lastname@example.org. We will be working on ways to share our art with the rest of the community in the next few days.
Keep checking back as this page will be updated regularly.
SBRSD art department
Take a trip through a museum. Many local, national, and international museums are offering up-close views to the world's most famous artworks.
Guggenheim Museum - NYC
The Louvre - Paris, France
Norman Rockwell Museum
The National Gallery of Art
The British Museum
Photography and Design
Mt. Everett's digital art courses are all online.
Choose a lesson and have a go!
The Photo-workshop is intended for beginning level photographers - check it out and share your work!
Digital Photography, Advanced Digital Photography, Photo Workshop, Graphic Design
RISD art professor Clara Lieu has a huge array of resources for the advanced artist
Art Prof provides equal access to visual arts education on a global scale,
removing barriers that exist due to the cost of higher ed & private classes.
Lake Valley Education remote art lessons
The Massachusetts All-State Chorus recorded this video performing one of their songs. Mt. Everett student Jake Martin was involved in this recording.
8 Students from the Mt. Everett Choral Program auditioned for and were accepted into the Senior Western District Honors Choir. This year the enemble is direction of Dr. Sandra Howard of Keene State University. Students who participated were Sarah Markham, Elisabeth Enoch, Mickey Masters, Devon Wagner, Jeremiah Tomascak, Jake Martin, Micah Ketchen, and Jake Martin.
On Thursday, December 19th, The Mt. Everett Madrigals and Jazz Band participated in a tour to local community area. We started with New Marlborough Central School, performing for all the students there. Then, we traveled to Connecticut and performed at Geer Retirement Village. Finally, we traveled back to Sheffield and performed at the Sheffield Senior Center.
On October 11, 2019 Mount Everett students created a shadow performance after their dance/art workshop with Berkshire Pulse teaching artist, Tom Truss and multi-media performing art group, Cave Dogs. They performed their piece at Simon's Rock as part of the Daniel's Art Party. This workshop was generously funded in part by the Eagle Fund.
8 Mt. Everett Senior High School students were accepted make into the Senior Western District Honors Choir. They auditioned November 2nd at Westfield State Saturday, and they will rehearse and perform at UMass Amherst on January 11th. The Western District of the Massachusetts Music Education Association extends from Belchertown to Berkshire County. Students accepted were Sarah Markham, Elisabeth Enoch, Mickey Masters, Devon Wagner, Jeremiah Tomascak, Andrew Haiss, Micah Ketchen, and Jake Martin (not pictured).