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Beyond the Classroom: Art & Spanish Students Visit MFA

Beyond the Classroom: Art & Spanish Students Visit MFA

Visual Art Students, Museum of Fine Arts, March 29

Visual art students standing in front of mural at MFA.

On Friday, March 29, visual art students visited the Museum of Fine Arts to explore exhibits that included "Gender Bending Fashion", Frida Kahlo and Arte Popular, Graciela Iturbide's photographs, Bauhaus Prints, and paintings by Monet. Students who participted are enrolled in the courses Drawing and Painting, Photography and Composition, and AP Studio Art.

Spanish-Language Students, Museum of Fine Arts, April 5

Students standing in front of the MFA, Linde Family Wing

On Friday, April 5, seniors enrolled in Spanish visited the MFA to explore the Exposition of Frida Khalo and the famous photographer Graciela Iturbide. 

Students standing with portrait of Frida Kalo.


Thank you to Fine & Performing Arts Chair Mrs. Jennifer Chatigny, to Spanish teacher Mrs. Laura O'Connor,  and to all of our faculty and staff for making these types of learning experiences possible and continuing to challenge students and enhance coursework by going beyond the classroom to offer additional perspectives and insights.


Students sitting on a bench in an exhibit hall at MFA

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