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Arts 

The arts and artists are thriving at Holton-Arms... challenging the mind, nurturing the soul, capturing the imagination, celebrating the human spirit.

Holton-Arms School provides students with the facilities that allow them to pursue and display their passion for the Arts. Explore the 2014-15 Course Offerings for Middle and Upper School and the Lower School curriculum.

Upcoming Arts Events:

    • WedApr23 FPA Adjunct Program Drama Class 3:30 PM to 5:00 PMBeebe Black Box Theater
    • ThuApr24 US Choral Concert Assembly 2:40 PM to 3:30 PMLewis Theater
    • SunApr27 US Spring Choral Concert CHANGED: This event has been moved from 5pm to 6pm. 6:00 PM to 7:15 PMLewis Theater
    • MonApr28 Washington Independent Handbells Festival Rehearsals 12:00 PM to 5:00 PMLandon Gymnasium

Artists in the News

Twelve ceramics students and one photography student from Holton-Arms have been recognized by The Scholastic Art & Writing Awards regional competition.
Romance, trickery, disguises and schemes abound in this year's Upper School Winter play! Scapin is a classic trickster character from 16th century Commedia Dell'Arte theater of Italy, immortalized by Moliere's 1672 play, and adapted by Bill Irwin (Mr. Noodle!) and Mark O'Donnell.
In preparation for their Friday, February 7 concert, the Upper School Orchesis dancers have had the opportunity to work with guest choreographer Aysha Upchurch. Upchurch is an award-winning choreographer as well as the Founder and Artistic Director of Life, Rhythm, Move Project based in the DC area.
Rodgers and Hammerstein's beloved classic musical took the stage to sold out crowds in the James Whittier Lewis Theater on November 7 through 9. Drama Director Elizabeth Zitelli led this group of nearly 100 artists in mounting this grand production. Photos and more >>
Thirty-four of the photographs submitted to FotoWeek DC by Holton students will be on display and the entire community is invited to attend the opening reception from 12:30 p.m. to 1:45 p.m. on Friday, November 1 in the James Whittier Lewis Theater Lobby and the Camalier Gallery.
The Fraser Gallery @ Gallery B will feature paintings by Upper School Art Instructor Ben Ferry in a group exhibition called "Cityscapes" from October 2 through November 2. The entire Holton-Arms community is invited to the opening reception this Friday from 6 to 8 p.m.

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