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Crazy for Theatre Production

Feb 19, '18

This year’s musical, Crazy For You, is being played for the second time in the Killy Theatre. As the cast of the show is busy practicing every day for the big show, behind the scenes, Mr Armitage’s backstage and lighting crew are also working long hours in preparation for the big show. Students from Theatre Production have volunteered for various...

Ceramics By The Sea

Feb 19, '18

Ceramics at Brentwood is a popular choice for fine arts students. With such high demand, pottery classes are offered during each arts block, with Ms Elmes as the instructor. Many students choose pottery as a fine art because it has such a large appeal; in pottery you can learn, create, design, and keep. Any pieces that you create you are allowed...

Yearbook 2018

Feb 03, '18

So far in Yearbook we have had a productive year, along with a few bumps. For example, we forgot to include the poor Grade 8s in the Term 1 slide show. The little guys were waiting patiently to finally get their spot in the limelight, those few slides that give them a major presence at the school. Unfortunately, it took Mr Ganley a few days too...

Drawing and Painting

Jan 29, '18

Drawing and Painting is no doubt one of the most popular art courses at Brentwood, for it is a course where art enthusiasts can spread their wings and polish their art skills, and athletes whose usual habitat is the field can spend a quiet hour splattering paint onto a white canvas in a quiet classroom, with the misty, tranquil panorama of the...

Art Field Trip to Vancouver

Dec 12, '17

Students from AP Studio Art, along with a few select students from Drawing and Painting, went on a field trip to Vancouver earlier this month. We hopped on the bus very early on the first day of December: ahead of us was a busy day of traveling in the wintry rain. After having breakfast on the ferry, we arrived in Vancouver and thus began our...

If the Shoe Fits

Nov 18, '17

Over the course of the month of October, the artists in Drawing and Painting worked on a project where we had to draw a shoe of our choice. This may sound as simple as tying your laces, but it most certainly was not. We had to incorporate shadows, shades, and every little detail we could think of into this piece. The project was also entirely in...

The Art of Potting

Oct 27, '17

Potting is a messy art, but something magical happens when I set foot into Mrs. Elmes’ pottery studio. It’s like I become a human magnet for all stray particles of clay looking to see the wider world. And no matter how hard I try to walk out clean, I always manage to take some home with me: little smears that I discover during dinner on my pants,...

The Transformation to Creation

Oct 21, '17

In the first month of school everyone in woodworking has learned how to use all of the tools and the safety procedures for building our first project, a chair. Mr. Hunwick has shown us safety protocol by video and he is letting all students use the machines including the bandsaw and drillpress. "It was the best safety course I've ever taken. I...

Arts Captains 2017

Sep 28, '17

Here are Brentwood’s Arts Captains for 2017-2018 as announced in Assembly today. Drawing and Painting Anika P Musical Theatre Hannah R Wind Ensemble Zara P String Ensemble Francis V Debate John E & Morgan W Model UN Dylan C Public Speaking Sarah L Dance Hannah S Pottery Will H & Mark W 2D...

Arts at the Heart

Sep 16, '17

A week into the Fall term, Brentwood’s Arts program is in full swing. A walk around campus yesterday revealed our 530 artists participating in any two of the following: acting, sculpture, debate, public speaking, musical, ceramics, photography, yearbook, robotics, photojournalism, woodworking, theatre production, choir, jazz band, strings, rock...

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