Tag Archives: Fine Arts

Springing into Shakespeare

Minnehaha Academy Players present a modern twist on Shakespeare’s Twelfth Night As the ice melted outside, a group of students enjoyed sunny, warm weather-or at least they imagined it, since that will be the setting of the school’s production of Twelfth Night. Twelfth Night is a Shakespearean comedy that has been …

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Life through the viewfinder

  Recent M.A. grad takes on college …and her own photography business Flicking between settings, Rachel Worthman (‘12) walked down the dock at her cabin in McGreggor, Minn., with her mother’s Nikon D80 in hand, snapping photo after photo. It was a warm day three summers ago as Worthman and …

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Finding a voice of their own

 AP Studio Art students try to find their own style through creating portfolios in place of an exam There is something that all singers, writers, and artists alike need: their voice. Metaphorically speaking in the latter cases, an artist’s voice is their style or how their work “speaks” to themselves …

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Two fathoms deep: Is Big River safe? 

Fall musical adapts story of Huckleberry Finn At 2:55 p.m., sophomore Maggie Chamberlain rushed out of the girls’ locker room after gym class 6th hour. Walking through the link to get to the chapel at 3 p.m. she made it in time for a musical workshop. Chamberlain joined some of …

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A new melody for Perkins

New fine arts assistant brings choral, piano and management expertise Gretchen Perkins was hired this year as the new Upper School fine arts assistant, where she will be assisting with tasks such as planning the upcoming choir tour, helping to handle money, and accompanying the choir class with her piano …

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Art with a message

Arts editor Jeffrey Riley considers whether artists  need to include a message in their work Ignoring the influx of vibrant, eye-catching colors and imaginative arrangement of media that flood the gathering area outside Minnehaha Academy’s very own Hognander Chapel seems to be impossible this time of year. As the AP …

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Summer arts

Students fill their summer with artistic explorations They look like us. They talk like us. They walk among us. No, they’re not aliens. They are students at Minnehaha. These four students have something in common. They are all apart of elite arts programs around the Twin Cities that are either …

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