Visual Arts

From paint and sculpture to photography and design, The Episcopal Academy's Department of Visual Arts encourages critical thinking and creative expression.

Our dedicated faculty are masters in their craft, and believe that a visual arts education must be student-centered and collaborative in spirit.

Episcopal's excellent facilities provide students with every opportunity to build a strong portfolio and develop a personal voice. Students enjoy producing and appreciating visual art in five spacious studios, a darkroom, graphics lab, and wood shop.

Additionally, the Crawford Campus Center Gallery provides the opportunity for students to expand their appreciation of the arts through ongoing exhibitions from both peers and nationally-renowned artists.

Studying art provides me with the courage to challenge my perceptions of the world and make a bold statement.

– Amalie Hipp, Class of 2018


LONG WAY HOME, an exhibition by EA photography teacher Ellen Erikson, will be on display in the Crawford Campus Center Gallery through Oct. 4. Ellen will give informal Artist Talks on Friday, Sept. 17 and Wednesday, Sept. 22 from 12:15-1 p.m.

"I am proud of our students, who Covid pandemic and all, still had the interest and self-advocacy to submit their work for this established art competition," shared Upper School art teacher Hilary Hutchinson, Hon.


Our students create amazing things. Explore The Episcopal Academy's Visual Arts program through class blogs and galleries.

Ms. Hutchison

Mr. Memmo: Video

Mr. Sigel

Middle School Art

Ms. Choi: Grades 1-3