Thank you to the many supporters who came out last night to celebrate GFS artists of all ages for our annual Art Walk! The evening featured amazing artwork and projects created by students, from our littlest Grizzlies all the way to our almost-alumnae.

Korey Rosenbaum, Lower School art teacher, transformed the Lower School, covering every wall with her students' artwork. She also created a scavenger hunt to engage our younger visitors, so they could explore and see all of the art made by their peers.

In the Middle School, art teacher Natalie Drutz hung an amazing show to exhibit her students' artwork and helped facilitate a student-run Art Market. Students made a variety of goods including jewelry, stickers, lip gloss and so much more. They created their own signage, packaging and branding. Students also voted to have 15% of their proceeds go to the Black and Missing Foundation.

In the Hathaway Fine Arts Center, Senior Portfolio students' artwork was showcased. In addition to their solo displays, artworks from 3D and 2D Design classes, Drawing, Painting, Jewelry and Photography classes were also on display. Sarah Heerey, our Upper School Drawing and Painting teacher, held a print and zine sale in the 2D classroom, and students ran a Button-Making Workshop in the 3D studio for guests to enjoy.

About Art Walk, Visual Arts Cair Catilin Selzer said, "I was SO impressed with everyone's hard work. It was the first time we hosted ArtWalk, in its entirety, since 2019, and I think it was a great representation of our amazing art students at Garrison Forest!"

Congratulations to our fabulous artists and the art department for a wonderful night! See photos from the event below.