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Mapping Concord through Art

May 5, 2014
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Last Thursday, I visited the Concord Art Association’s gallery in downtown Concord, which was debuting a new exhibit created by art students of Concord Academy, Middlesex, and CCHS.  Named “Mapping Concord,” this project gave students the opportunity to illustrate different locations of their choice throughout Concord, not so much as a traditional map, but in...
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Enter Reflections’ Art Contest!

March 17, 2014
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Enter Reflections’ Art Contest!

Do you consider yourself an artist in any way, shape, or form? Due to a lack of submissions this year, Reflections Magazine has decided to hold an art contest! Submissions are open to anything from videos to photographs of your ceramics to quilting to charcoal self portraits, and there is no limit on how many pieces you can submit....
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CC Ceramics Gains National Attention

March 10, 2014
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CC Ceramics Gains National Attention

Congratulations to two CCHS seniors, Nick Solomon ’14 and Andrew Gorecki ’14, who have been chosen to participate in the National K-12 Ceramic Exhibition.  This is an annual ceramic competition for kindergarteners through senior students in the United States. Designed to showcase the best K-12 ceramic work made in the country, the exhibition takes place...
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CC Wins Big in the Scholastic Art and Writing Awards

February 4, 2014
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CC Wins Big in the Scholastic Art and Writing Awards

The Scholastic Art & Writing Awards, a prestigious national competition for artistically talented middle and high school students, announced its regional winners recently, and CC had numerous winners. In the writing section, Madeline Guth ’15 won two Silver Keys for her “flash fiction” stories, which are usually only a page in length. Isabel Feinstein...
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Faculty Art in the Art Gallery

November 18, 2013
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Faculty Art in the Art Gallery

If you haven’t yet, you should take a look at the CCHS Visual Arts Gallery, directly across from the Learning Commons, which is now displaying faculty and staff artwork. There is a wide variety of work, ranging from paintings to pencil to photographs to jewelry and so on. Many teachers submitted artwork, such as...
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New Teacher: Tracie Dunn

February 11, 2013
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New Teacher: Tracie Dunn

Welcome, Mrs. Tracie Dunn! This may be a little delayed, but one reason why our new art teacher, Mrs. Dunn, has not been in the spotlight is because she actually is one of the teachers in Rivers and Revolutions. She is also not exactly new to Concord; she went here for high school! Tracie...
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Mumford & Sons Review

November 5, 2012
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Mumford & Sons Review

Alright, it’s official, I am obsessed with Mumford & Sons.  And, in my humble opinion, you should be too.  What makes this band so amazing is that they are totally unique to anything I’ve ever heard before.  Oh, and they’re British, which is always a bonus. It’s hard to describe the genre of Mumford...
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Show Review: Pilgrimage

October 15, 2012
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Show Review: Pilgrimage

The problem with living in an interesting and culturally relevant place like Concord, is that we tend to take it for granted. There’s so much history lying around that people just forget that it’s there. However, now and again we see something that reminds us how special Concord is. Annie Leibovitz’s photography show and...
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CCHS students featured in prestigious ceramics show

March 12, 2012
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CCHS students featured in prestigious ceramics show

Did you know that CCHS art students are among the best of their age in the country?  Top ceramic artists from across America have selected not the work of one, not two, but three CCHS students to be shown in the most prestigious ceramic competition for kids from kindergarten through grade twelve.  Moving to...
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Tape sculptures appear throughout the school

May 23, 2011
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Tape sculptures appear throughout the school

Transparent human sculptures have been popping up around CCHS, appearing in trash cans, above lockers, and near mirrors. The masterminds behind this project were members of John Lindner’s B-block Sculpture Class. This project was inspired by American artists George Segal and Mark Jenkins. Segal and Jenkins created human sculptures out of plaster, and the...
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