Step Into Art programs culminate in festive exhibitions, where students enjoy the pride of sharing their creative work with the community and gain confidence as public speakers. Our sixth-grade exhibition with Mother Caroline Academy takes place each winter in a beautiful gallery at Harvard University, helping nurture students’ aspirations for the future. Our third-grade exhibitions are held throughout the year at schools all over Boston. We also have a special third-grade exhibition at the Codman Square Branch of the Boston Public Library, showcasing the creative work of children from Lee Academy Pilot School, the newest Step Into Art partner. The students’ self-portraits and poetry light up the library’s Children’s Room.
We look forward to sharing future in-person exhibition events once schools, galleries, and libraries re-open, and we can all safely gather together again. In the meantime, we hope you will enjoy the glimpses of student learning and creativity provided in the exhibition materials below. Now, as always, please Step Into Art with us!
STEP INTO ART: MOTHER CAROLINE STUDENTS RESPOND TO PAINTINGS FROM THE HARVARD ART MUSEUMS
An Exhibition of Student Artwork and Writing
January 26 – February 25, 2020 / Fisher Family Commons Gallery
Center for Government and International Studies
1737 Cambridge Street, Cambridge, MA
Exhibition Materials Gallery Handout 1: Step Into Art at the Harvard Art Museums
STEP INTO ART WITH LEE ACADEMY:
SELF-PORTRAITS & POETRY
INSPIRED BY ART FROM THE GARDNER MUSEUM
An Ongoing Exhibition in the Children’s Room
Codman Square Branch, Boston Public Library
690 Washington Street, Dorchester MA
Exhibition Materials The Rembrandt-inspired self-portraits by this year’s Lee Academy 3rd graders will join our exhibition once the library re-opens.