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Stealing the Stage at Kidchella

//PICTURED ABOVE: Hockaday Show Choir warms up in preparation for their performance of “Wings” and “Brave” for the guests at KidChella. Junior Chloe Johnson centers the stage, helping to lead their dance. The event...

Picture Perfect

Since Hockaday’s roots in 1913, the school has housed priceless art pieces. Ela Hockaday herself was an art collector and befriended famous artists such as Gertrude Stein. Even after the move to the current...

ISAS 2019 RECAP: DAY 1

The annual Independent Schools Association of the Southwest Art Festival (ISAS) finished its first day at the St. Stephen’s Episcopal School in Austin. ON the festival grounds, about 3700 students and faculty from 47...

AP Studio Art Hosts Successful Exhibition

On Monday, March 29, friends and families gathered in the Clements Hall to appreciate and support the AP Studio Art class for presenting their year-long progress and accomplishments. Each year, Hockaday’s AP Studio Art...

Serious Slices

In the mood for delicious, big slices of pizza in a hip, urban atmosphere? Then think about trying Serious Pizza in Deep Ellum. Its name is definitely appropriate because it is one serious pizza...

Forging Her Way To Success

//PICTURED ABOVE: Faced with all-male opponents and under the scrutiny of both the judges and the camera, Kelly Potter ’07 attempts to recreate a historical weapon as she stars as a two-time contestant on...

Ex(selling) at Their Craft

//PICTURED ABOVE: The painting above was created by senior Meghna Jain. She has always enjoyed art, focusing mostly on acrylics. she is currently accepting commissions. With the holiday season upon us, many people are...

A Brainy New Exhibit

//PICTURED ABOVE: the Neuron Pop-Up exhibit in the Ann Bower 67’ gallery. Photo by Kelsey Chen. This week, a new pop-up exhibit in the Ann Bower 67’ gallery, Neuron Pop-Up, featured student artworks from the semester-long...

Please Don’t Touch the Art

ROTTEN TOMATOES | In the age of Twitter, public opinion on art, including television shows, is on the rise. As each person with internet access becomes a new critic, how should these industries respond?...