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Alexa Anastasi ’22 showcased the history of race through means of an eye-catching poster.

‘African American, Black, Latino, and Puerto Rican Studies’ class concludes pilot year

Toby Goldfarb ’23, Web Managing Editor May 20, 2022

Among the plethora of books and burnt-out high schoolers that inhabited the library on May 11, students enrolled in African American, Black, Latino, and Puerto Rican Studies proudly presented their final...

Ruth Mannes, the new Executive Director of MoCA.

Mannes forges connections between community and art

Lea Rivel '22, Staff Writer April 6, 2020

Between her 20-year career in publishing, her last job as Executive Managing Editor at HarperCollins, taking a break from publishing to raise her family, being actively involved in the Westport PTA and...

Historical Society exhibit explores Westport’s future through architecture

Historical Society exhibit explores Westport’s future through architecture

November 20, 2017

By Audrey Bernstein '20 and Allie D’Angelo ’20

[Oct. 2016 Arts] “MORE Than Words” exhibit encourages resilience and change

November 22, 2016

By Alice Hickson '17   “This is what artists do, they make something visible.” These are the words of Gerry Snyder, Dean of the Pratt Institute School of Art and curator of the the “MORE...

Westport Art Center Opens “Kid Kulture” Exhibit, Features Local Young Adults

December 22, 2010

The Westport Art Center (WAC) was packed with people on Dec. 10 for the opening of Kid Kulture exhibit. The walls were neatly and strategically scattered with pictures taken by famous twentieth-century...

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