Trinity School Arts

Students in Trinity's Kindergarten have an opportunity to learn about artists and to experiment with creating their own works of art throughout the year. Breaking into small groups, the students gather for forty-five minutes each week for about ten weeks (a trimester) and explore ceramics, sculpture, drawing, painting, collage, and more. Almost every class begins with a book, either about an artist (Vincent Van Gough or perhaps Alexander Calder) or a particular concept (color mixing)...followed by a lesson related to that book.

This arts documentary follows students in Ms. de Winter's Kindergarten class as they are taught by assistant teacher Amber Hagen who helps them learn about art and supports them in their creative aspirations.

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Trinity School Arts

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Trinity School in New York City has exceptionally robust and vibrant programs in the performing and the visual arts. To capture the excitement that these programs generate and the creativity that they inspire among the students, Trinity produces three


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Trinity School in New York City has exceptionally robust and vibrant programs in the performing and the visual arts. To capture the excitement that these programs generate and the creativity that they inspire among the students, Trinity produces three short arts documentaries every year...one for each division of the School (Lower, Middle, and Upper). The documentaries alternate between performing and visual arts programs and explore the experiences of the students working in a variety of disciplines.

The Trinity School Arts Channel celebrates the performing and visual arts programs at the School and invites you experience the joy of creativity our students experience every day.

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