Arts

The arts are integral to the complete education we provide our students in JK–12. Our robust program includes visual art, vocal and instrumental music, and drama—all essential manifestations of the human spirit. The entire school community benefits from the remarkable talents of our students and their teachers through student-produced fine arts events, exhibits, a yearly film festival, and drama productions. We invite you to join us at our events. 

Friends of the Arts

Interested in getting involved with the arts and volunteering? Consider joining Friends of the Arts (FOTA), a volunteer parent organization dedicated to supporting Country Day's fine arts programs in all divisions. Check out the volunteer opportunities.

Arts Calendar

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Arts News

Annual Art Exhibit: "Chas Fagan: Eyes on History"

This year’s exhibit features Country Day parent and world-renowned artist, Chas Fagan. Join us for a lecture and gallery reception on February 22, 6–8 pm in the Hance Family Gallery. Read a Q & A with Mr. Fagan.

Catch Her If You Can

The Upper School musical, Catch Me If You Can, proved to be another show stopper. Director of Theater Arts, Jenny Goodfellow, shares the secret to the program’s success.

True Grit

Chris Rydel, Upper School Director of Instrumental Music, and some Middle and Upper School students share the rigors required to audition and perform with regional and state ensembles.

Photo Highlights

Third Grade Play

All Lower School students participate in a production in every grade.

On Display

Hance Family Gallery

September 3–28

Italy Arts

October 8–November 16

Visiting McColl Center Artist

December 3–January 11

Fall Semester Upper School Student Art Show

February 4–March 1

Annual Art Exhibit: Chas Fagan

March 13–May 10

Spring Semester Upper School Student Art Show

May 17–June 6

Upper School IB & AP Student Art Show

Dalton Gallery

October 25–November 17

Middle School Art

April 5–May 17

JK–12 Student Art