Thank You for Your Gift to the Williston Northampton Fund for the Arts You helped us meet the moment this year!

Thanks to you, visual and performing arts at the Williston Northampton School are thriving.

Despite the challenges of the 2020-21 school year, your support brought the arts to life and allowed us to successfully meet the moment.

Your support helped bring our performances to living rooms around the world!

The fall playAntigone and the spring play The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time, as well as dance recitals, Williston Scholars creative performances, and concerts were all recorded and streamed to audiences near and far.

Performers got creative with their rehearsals.

Dancers and singers took the stage outside and could be seen practicing on the steps of the chapel, Reed Terrace, or on the Main Quad while actors spaced out rehearsal times in the theater, masked and socially distanced, of course!

Arts Walk in the fall showcased student talent in Reed Campus Center, and created digital displays by remote students accessible by QR codes.

In celebration of Williston Northampton School's 180th year, students wrote a new song, "The Mountain and the Bell," which was then put to music by composer Geoff Hudson, and performed alongside alumni over Zoom.

Thank you for your support of the arts through the Williston Northampton Fund!

Together, we met the moment this year for our students and faculty.

We couldn’t have done it without you!

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