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Polarize Photography Show

May 25, '19

On Tuesday May 14, Brentwood photography students held the opening reception for their annual Brentwood Photography Art Show. The show was held in Duncan at Just Jake’s restaurant, and the photos will remain on display there for another week or so. Each student chose three of their best shots from the year, and edited each one meticulously. The...

The Importance of Art

Dec 09, '18

Art is a subject that has been taught around the world for thousands of years, and it is built into many school systems around the world. It has been proven to relieve stress and calm the mind, and is very important for developing brains. Many schools offer multiple arts, such as drawing, painting, woodwork, and photography. At Brentwood the...

Art Choices at BCS: Photography

Dec 05, '18

When I arrived at Brentwood this September from Italy with my academics choices already figured out (more or less) I was very surprised and interested when my advisor told me that each student, in addition to a sport, had to pick two arts to attend. These arts would run throughout the course of the year. I believe this is a great rule that the...

Whittall Winner of U17 Your Canada Photo Contest

Oct 11, '18

Robbie K, Whittall ‘19 was recently awarded first prize in the Canadian Geographic Magazine’s U17 category of the Your Canada Photo Contest. The award-winning image was taken off the east coast of Baffin Island near the community of Qikiqtarjuaq in March 2017. “Northern Transport” features an Inuit man travelling by dogsled across the sea ice....

Arts Captains 2018-19

Oct 01, '18

Brentwood's 2018-2019 Art Captains were announced at Assembly on Thursday. The students leading our art program his year include Drawing and Painting: Téa K Art Foundation: Kady S & Marquita Z 3D Pottery: Liam P 3D Art and Sculpture: Brylee M Hand Built Pottery: Chantal P &Evan D Robotics: Zoe T Woodwork: Joaquin G Brentwood Broadcast:...

The Ones Who Enjoy Holding Unto History

Jul 14, '18

Traditional film photography should have died years ago. It could have gone extinct in 1995 when the first digital camera was released by Kodak, but surprisingly, it didn’t. The flawless idea Nikon, Kodak, Canon and many other camera companies had about digital cameras was just another human invention. They thought it would be another astute...

Image In A National Final

Feb 24, '18

The photo “Bearly Safe” above was taken by Robbie K, Whittall ‘19 and submitted in the Canadian Geographic’s 2017 Wildlife Photography of the Year competition. It has, fittingly, been selected as a finalist. Robbie, who has also earned himself a reputation as a talented and enthusiastic member of Theatre Production, took the photo in late March,...

Photography

Dec 09, '17

Every Monday, Wednesday, and Friday afternoon, for four creative hours, the photography studio located on the ground floor Centre for Art and Humanities is filled with the hustle and bustle of students dreaming of becoming the next Ansel Adams, moving around between studios, developing rooms, dark rooms, and the great outdoors. Our beautiful...

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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