Mt. Everett Choral Students joined with singers from Grace Church in Great Barrington to sing at the WEB Dubois Centenary Celebration, held in honor of the 50th anniversary of the dedication of his homesite. After performing, students were able to listen to discussions of race and the WEB Dubois legacy by a panel including Craig Harris, Guy Harris, Joanna Haigood, and others.
The Mt. Everett Madrigals are preparing for the holidays! Here is a video of them singing The Nutcracker March in the atrium.
Middle school art students have been practicing illustration and working with concepts in Quarter 1 Art. They will be exhibiting their work this Friday, October 11th at Simon's Rock as part of the Berkshire Middle School Arts Festival funded in part by the Eagle Fund. The festival consists of a series of lessons, events, and installations intended to connect our middle school students with the art community in the Berkshires and beyond. Their work explores "water" as a concept and will be displayed at the shadow production of "Liquid States" by performing art group, Cave Dogs. Mt Everett students will also be displaying their talents as the opening act to this production as part of a residency with Cave Dogs and Berkshire Pulse teaching artist, Tom Truss.
Please join us this Friday - October 11 - 7:30 - Bard College at Simon's Rock - Daniel Art Center