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Art

 Subject
Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
Scope Note: Variant(s): Fine arts, Visual arts

Found in 8 Collections and/or Records:

1983 Fine Arts Calendar, January 1983

 Item — Box HS Student Publications Box 01: [31002010061728]
Abstract, Scope, and Contents This monthly wall calendar was created by high school students. Each month features a student's artwork and an original calendar layout. It was printed in black and white on glossy stock.

1983 Fine Arts Calendar [digital]

 Digital Work
Identifier: 13.5.3FACdigital

Dalton Shutterbug

 Collection
Identifier:  13.5.3-Shutterbug
Abstract, Scope, and Contents This high school magazine features work from students who study photography at Dalton as well as from students who pursue photography independently. The majority of the images were shot using black and white film and, using the Dalton School darkroom, were developed and printed by students. The Dalton Shutterbug magazine is a project of the Shutterbug Club.

Dalton Shutterbug [digital]

 Digital Collection
Identifier: 13.5.3SBdigital

Fine Arts Magazine

 Collection
Identifier:  13.5.3-Fine Arts
Abstract, Scope, and Contents "Fine Arts Magazine" is a high school student-produced catalog of visual arts students' finished works. Both class work and independent work is displayed from students of all high school grades. A variety of mediums and styles are represented including drawing, painting, printmaking, photography, sculpture, ceramics, wood working, glass blowing, and architectural design. Publication began in 1981.The collection begins with a publication called "The Dalton School 1982 Fine Arts •...

Fine Arts Magazine [digital]

 Digital Collection
Identifier: 13.5.3FAdigital

Techfluence: The Dalton School's STEM Magazine, 2018-ongoing

 Collection — Box HS Student Publications Box 04
Abstract, Scope, and Contents This student publication, devoted to science, technology, engineering, art, and math, began as "blog". The first print edition was published in 2018. Additional content can be found on the website, techfluence.dalton.org

Techfluence: The Dalton School's STEM Magazine [digital]

 Digital Collection
Identifier: 13.5.3Techdigital