The Warren Family Gallery
The Warren Family Gallery is a modern and bright exhibition space located in Berkshire's Kennard Visual Arts Center. Through a commitment to artistic excellence, the gallery's exhibitions reflect a wide range of artwork representing all fields of study offered at Berkshire. Annual exhibits showcase artwork from students, alumni, as well as visiting artists.
Six Digital Artists: Selections from the AP Portfolios of Berkshire Art Students 2009-2019
September 1–October 29, 2022
The exhibit highlights the artwork of Berkshire’s pioneering program in digital art. With its launch in 1997, Berkshire was one of the first schools in the country to offer a program in creating art through computer technology. Students showcased—Allie Brazo ’14, Dan Ives ’15, Henry Kessler ’19, Annette Lo ’09, Ngoc Minh Nguyen ’16, and Lillian Or ’11—were selected for creating particularly sophisticated imagery and were all part of the AP Art & Design program, concentrating in digital art.
MONDAY - SATURDAY
8:00 AM - 5:00 PM
The public is welcome to visit The Warren Family Gallery. To make an appointment, please contact Arts Department Chair Paul Banevicius by clicking the button below:
Virtual Fall Family Weekend's Arts Showcase is live! See what our visual and performing artists have been creating this semester: https://t.co/9UVErWKfnN Photos by Bella Piantini '23 & Grace Monahan '23 #gobears #berkshirearts pic.twitter.com/KrXIBQeRG3— Berkshire School (@BerkshireSchool) October 22, 2020
Come meet Claire Emery at an artist's reception for her show, Interbeing: Woodblock Prints. Dessert, snacks, and drinks, tonight from 9-10 pm at the Warren Family Gallery. https://t.co/FoG1HfZYio pic.twitter.com/yt0inVn8uN— Berkshire School (@BerkshireSchool) February 27, 2019