The Considine Gallery is located in the lobby at the main entrance and along the adjacent corridors. If offers two exhibits of professional artists in the autumn and winter and an all-school student exhibit in the spring. The objectives of the gallery are to make art a part of everyday life and stimulate aesthetic appreciation. In addition, it is the intention of the gallery director to offer exhibits that reflect the Goals and Criteria of Stuart, while encouraging reflection, contemplation and dialogue.
The Hamill Gallery is located near the art wing and features works by students in the Lower, Middle and Upper School on a revolving basis. It may be used for collaborative projects as well when needed.
8:00 AM–6:00 PM
when school is in session
"Lenses on Cuba" is an exhibit inspired by images taken by members of the extended Stuart community during a visit to Cuba. The works of Sheila Bodine, Lisa Granozio, Kim James, Penny Thomas and Ted Thomas reflect an exploration of the culture of the island during a period of open dialogue with the American government and prior to Hurricane Maria which had an impact on living conditions. With this show, we hope to open new dialogue and provide a window of discovery into this beautiful country.