The Anne Reid '72 Art Gallery at Princeton Day School is proud to present the incredible work of our Lower School artists in the current exhibit running now through April 28. The exhibit includes the work of more than 200 Princeton Day School Lower School students in grades Pre-K through four, and is the culmination of the interactions, collaborations, and contributions of the school's youngest students. The exhibit showcases Princeton Day School's collaborative and interdisciplinary approach to the visual arts. Gallery Director Jody Erdman noted, "There is so much creativity in our Lower School that it is a joy to have their work in the gallery. Students take a direct approach with their art, which is uninhibited, unrestricted and liberating." The exhibit features a variety of media, including painting, watercolor, ceramics, video media, mixed media collage, and sculpture, illuminating the variety of media our students are exposed to at an early age. Click here for photos from the opening artists' receptions of this inspiring exhibit.
Lower School Art Exhibit on Display at the Gallery