Students filmed a public service announcement about the dangers of texting and driving.
Welcome to our new arts news page! Click on a headline below to read about the great things happening in Visual and Performing Arts at Williston.
Williston's Kira Bixby '19 earns Best Screenplay.
Winners display dedication to dance, theater, sculpture, and chorus.
Matt Towers' pieces challenge traditional notions of what a vase can be.
A show at the Grubbs Gallery from April 3 to May 2 will feature prints, paintings, and photos.
Grum Project visiting artist performed and presented music in December.
Digital artist Jessie Young, featured in Grubbs Gallery, speaks of her "face blindness" condition.
Six students (and one faculty member) were given awards on November 1.
Susannah Auferoth will be the first artist featured in the Grubbs Gallery 2017-2018 schedule.
Risa Tapanes was honored on May 10 with the Williston Working Artist Award for her work as a stage manager.
Peter Pan was initially created as author J.M. Barrie’s tribute to the five Llewelyn Davies boys, who Barrie had known from infancy and became his adopted sons after their parents’ death.
Harrison Winrow wrote a poem to share the taste of the story "Peter and the Starcatcher".
Williston conferred the Williston Working Artist Award on two students at an assembly on April 5, honoring Trinit Slaughter '18 and Yana Pyryalina '18.
Peter and the Starcatcher will open at Williston Northampton on April 27 at 7:30 p.m.
Justin Kim will have his work on view at Williston's Grubbs Gallery through April 28.
Aaron Diehl delivered an impromptu master class in Mario Flores's instrumental music class.
There are many projects going on in the Williston Arts Department this winter, including preparation for concerts and performances.
"Pitch Slapped", the acapella group 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.
Cig Harvey will be the second artist in the 2017 Photographers' Lecture Series, speaking to students in the Dodge Room on February 16 at 6:30 p.m.
Gabby Record was this year's recipient of the Williston Working Artist Award.
The Williston Arts department keeps busy during the cold winter off season!