We just finished updating our website with galleries from the autumn 2020 session of FieldWorks, our 12-week gap year program for students interested in visual art. Looking through the images and artworks has given us some time to reflect on a most unusual year. Like many, we were forced to adapt to a new set […]
In 2019 we launched FieldWorks, our 12-week gap year program for students pursuing creative careers. In many ways, students and instructors alike, lept into this experiment together. It felt like our first year of Art on the Farm, learning so much along the way. At times there were challenges, continually assessing the merits of each […]
It has been a real pleasure looking back on the student artwork made during Art on the Farm this past summer. We had two groups of exceptionally talented students, as can be seen by the work they produced during our 25-day studio art program. Art on the Farm is the first opportunity many of our […]
As the rain pours here today it’s hard to imagine our beautifully dry and sunny summer just a few short months ago. As always, we’re incredibly proud to present the accomplished body of work by our students during Art on the farm, our intensive 25-day summer art program. There is an exceptional variety of work presented here, […]
As the leaves begin to fall and the weather turns blustery, it’s nice to take a moment to look back at the wonderful work that was produced this summer. In our tenth summer running our Summer Art Program, Art on the Farm, we introduced a New Media concentration to sit alongside bot Painting and Photography concentrations. […]
We are proud to showcase a selection of artwork made during our 2016 sessions of Art on the Farm. In this gallery, you will see five works from each of our students representing a wide variety of media. Black and white darkroom prints, charcoal drawings, watercolor and oil paintings sit alongside sculptural work, digital composites, videos […]
Rosie and Frank visited the Presentation Secondary School in Wexford town in March, to host workshops with the transition year students. Frank taught a cyanotypes workshop, and Rosie worked with the girls to produce large scale charcoal drawings focusing on negative space. Here are a few photos of the days activities.