Recently, more than 60 members of the Pingry community, from all three divisions, gathered on Zoom for the school's first-ever HBCU alumni panel. Six Pingry graduates shared their experiences—here's what they had to say.
Upper School French and visual arts students recently completed an assignment inspired by French artist Saype's "Beyond Walls Project." Considered a pioneer of the "land art" movement, he creates gigantic, biodegradable paintings on grass. Upper School Visual Arts Teacher Melody Boone's Art Fundamentals and Upper School French Teacher Anne Changeux's Advanced Topics I classes each worked toward a common objective: create a Pingry human chain that is representational of the community's diversity.
The teachers are planning an in-school display that will connect the images as a unified chain; in the meantime, they are pleased to share them with the community, digitally.
Contact: Greg Waxberg '96, Communications Writer and Editor of The Pingry Review