Arts

Feed Your Creativity

However you express your creativity—through dance, music, theater, film, computer, camera, clay, pen, or paint—you have an incredibly supportive home here at Brewster. Our Fine and Performing Arts department provides courses and afternoon activities for students to hone their craft and discover new artistic outlets. Brewster students showcase their work in frequent performances and gallery exhibitions on campus and off. (The annual musical is a highlight of the Winter Trimester that the entire campus and town looks forward to!) But here’s the biggest news: Plans are already underway to transform our Rogers building into a three-level Center for Community, Creativity, and Collaboration with a huge Maker Space, state-of-the-art dance studio, private music practice rooms, Black Box theater, and a ton more.

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YOUR FUTURE IS HERE

Reimagine Rogers

Brewster’s Fine and Performing Arts are about to get a new home. The Rogers building will be transformed with a complete renovation. The end result will be a Center for Community, Creativity, and Collaboration with thousands of square feet and terrace overlooking the lake. Walk through the architect’s illustrations in this video, and learn more about the state-of-the-art studios for dance and ceramics, student art gallery, private practice rooms for musicians, a Maker Space, and more!

Spotlight

Winter Arts Video

Digital Arts faculty member Mr. Burgess captures the spirit of the arts each trimester in the form of a highlights video. Click below to see the most recent installment from the winter trimester!

Podcasts with Arts Alumni

Listen to Brewster arts alumni describe their creative passions and careers since graduation. Actor Topher Grace ’97 talks about his film careerGregory Douglass ’99 reflects on his early drive for being an independent songwriter and performer. And Morgan Fallon ’94 speaks about his work behind the camera on Anthony Bourdain‘s Parts Unknown series.

Art’s Power to Amplify

As we look forward to having all of the fine arts faculty located in the renovated Rogers Building, English faculty memeber Nancy Hughes considers art’s power to amplify the Brewster experience. Read Article.

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WE PREPARE DIVERSE THINKERS FOR LIVES OF PURPOSE

Connect

To learn more about this part of Brewster’s program, please find additional information through the links listed below and contact the people who are most knowledgeable and ready to answer your questions. 

Learn more about the Arts at Brewster: brewsteracademy.org/arts

Questions? Reach out to Guinevere Hilton, Fine and Performing Arts Chair
ghilton@brewsteracademy.org


Questions?

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