Wyman Arts Center
The 44,000 square foot Wyman Arts Center houses facilities for the performing and visual arts for all divisions.
The Richman Gallery features work by students and professional artists in themed exhibitions.
In this classroom, fourth and fifth graders study painting, drawing, printmaking, ceramics, and other media.
In the Middle School art curriculum, students study 2-D and 3-D art and art history.
Upper School students work in the Harriet J. Klein Drawing and Painting Studio.
The sets and props for theater productions are built in the Scene Shop, adjacent to both the Meyerhoff and Macks-Fidler Theaters.
Upper School students who take jewelry learn to cut, shape, solder, and cast non-ferrous metals, and to set stones.
Independent study opportunities are offered in advanced metal work.
The Randolph Wolff ’62 Photography Studio includes 18 enlargers.
Middle and Upper School students use the Leroy M. Merritt Digital Imaging Lab for graphic design, digital photography, and film editing.
Parksingers, the Upper School chorus, practices in the Upper School Music Room.
In the Digital Recording Studio, Upper School students gain audio engineering experience.
A student rock band practices in the Middle School Music Room.
Middle School students learn the art of acting in the Phyllis Goldstein Rehearsal Studio.
Upper School students typically mount major productions in the Harvey M. Meyerhoff Theater.
The Macks-Fidler Black Box Theater is located on the ground floor of the Arts Center. The “black box” is home to plays and productions, and is a space for community events.