THE GRUM PROJECT

Launched in the fall of 2016, the Grum Project is Williston’s new five-year visiting artist program. Funded by a generous alumna from the Northampton School for Girls, the Grum Project brings artists of all kinds—musicians, actors, visual artists, dancers, and more—to campus for mini-residencies so that the entire Williston community can participate.

Cody Rutty

Rutty, an American painter living and working in Boise, Idaho, was the third visiting artist to spend time at Williston Northampton School as part of the Grum Project. In April 2017, he lead classes, worked with individual students, and created a large oil painting that will remain at the school.

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Pitch Slapped

Pitch Slapped, a co-ed a cappella group based at Berklee College of Music in Boston, performed at assembly and lead workshops with singers in the Middle School and Upper School on Feb. 10, 2017.

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Tanja Hollander

In November 2016, photographer and artist Tanja Hollander spent three days on campus with students recently exploring the intersection between art and social media.

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