Arts News, October 4

Christopher Parsons, Theater Arts Teacher
October 4, 2019

Developing Characters in Improv Elective

The seventh and eighth grade students in this year’s improvisation class have been working hard on developing characters and expressing emotions. Improv scenes are more captivating to watch when they involve one crucial element: emotion. Feeling emotions in improv enables audiences to enjoy a deeper level of performance and comedy. Often times, the best movies, stories or memories, have a strong tie to feelings. The pictures you see are the starting points for different emotions. Can you guess what emotion each picture is trying to convey?

Isabel Moore '16 works with a student during her practicum in fourth grade

BDS

February 1, 2023

Isabel Moore ’16 has not been a stranger to Belmont Day. Since graduation, Izzy has returned regularly to campus as a caring and energetic counselor in our summer programs, guiding our youngest campers to make new friends and develop a…

By Anne Armstrong, visual arts teacher and arts coordinator |

January 27, 2023

The Coolidge Art Studio has been abuzz this week as classes finish artworks and transition to new explorations and challenges with various media. First graders recently completed making paper by hand, and are now learning about architect Zaha Hadid, who…

By John O'Neill, Director of Athletics |

January 27, 2023

After trailing by 3 points at the half, the boys’ JV basketball team exploded in the second frame and came away with a 6-point win on the road against Dedham Country Day yesterday. Team captain Anurag Mujumdar powered the comeback…
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