Conant & Williams Galleries
Housed in the Richardson-Mees Performing Arts Center, the Conant Gallery is host to three exhibits during each academic year. Those artists whose work is shown in the gallery typically serve for a day as an artist-in-residence, meeting with students and teaching classes following the opening of their exhibit.
Recent exhibits have included photography, paper sculptures, paintings and charcoal sketches of Abraham Lincoln and the conspirators, and faculty work. A result of the renovations of the Ferguson Building, completed in 2007, the new and more spacious Conant Gallery opened with an exhibit of 17th- and 18th-century oil paintings.
Located in the adjacent Williams Arts Center in the Gray Building, the Williams Gallery is the site used to exhibit student work at the end of each trimester. Each exhibit opening includes refreshments, performances by student musicians, and is followed by the first dance performances. Students studying theatre independently may also perform in the nearby Recital Hall, which seats approximately 100.
Coming Soon to Conant Gallery
Lawrence Academy welcomes the work of
Paintings and Moving Image Work
Opening Friday, April 6, 2018, 7–8:00 PM
Live music and refreshments
On display through May 4, 2018
in the Conant Gallery (entrance on Rt. 40)
Gallery open daily Monday–Friday, 9 AM-4 PM
Saturday and Sunday 12-4 PM