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Day Students Excused From Holiday Meal

Due to falling temperatures and potentially dangerous driving conditions, day students are excused from tonight’s Holiday Dinner. They are still encouraged and welcome to attend, though we understand that it might make more sense to depart campus earlier rather than later.
Develop the Skills to Create Objects of Lasting Beauty
Ceramics

Work with your hands, feel the smoothness of clay, create functional pieces that you can use daily - KUA’s ceramics program invites students to explore all aspects of clay work. A well-equipped studio provides all the tools needed to learn a new craft or take it to the next level. Whether through a class during the academic day, or pottery activity after school, students find a space to explore and thrive on the joys of working with clay.

Jewelry

KUA's modern jewelry studio allows students to get involved in a wide variety of metalsmithing activities. Soldering stations, ample tools, and an inspirational atmosphere encourage students to bring their designs and ideas to life.

Woodworking

Open to both the novice and the more experienced student, woodworking is taught to inspire both individual exploration and collaborative expression. Students learn the basics of joinery and the appreciation of fundamental woodworking techniques through a series of assigned projects and are free to design pieces of furniture based on traditional models or create something totally unique. Topics include care and use of hand tools, shop safety, and an introduction to power equipment. 

Explore Visual Arts Courses

Passionate about the Arts?

Arts Faculty

List of 10 members.

  • Julie Haskell 

    Dean of Faculty, Arts Department Chair, Art Teacher
    (603) 469-2112
    Bio
  • Ursula Fries-Herfort 

    Learning Center Teacher, Ceramics Teacher, Taylor Gallery Director
    603-469-2136
    Bio
  • Kay McCabe 

    Dance Teacher, College Advisor
    603-469-2130
    Bio
  • Dalton Winslow Ph.D. 

    Music Teacher
    Bio
  • Kevin White 

    Music Teacher, Theater Teacher
    603 469-2131
    Bio
  • David Weidman 

    Assistant Head of School, Theatre Director
    603-469-2118
    Bio
  • Darrell Beaupre 

    English Teacher
    603-469-2000
    Bio
  • Christine Britton 

    Costume Designer and Instructor
    Bio
  • M. Hunter Ulf AIA 

    Chief Operating Officer, Visual Arts Teacher
    603 469-2158
    Bio
  • Stephen Rogers 

    Academic Information Systems Manager, Theater Technical Director
    603-469-2346
    Bio

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Kimball Union Academy

603-469-2000  · 603-469-2040 (fax)  · info@kua.org
Founded in 1813, Kimball Union Academy is one of the oldest private boarding high schools in New Hampshire and the country. KUA blends the best of the New England boarding tradition with an innovative, modern educational program for a diverse group of day and boarding students from across the country and around the world. Located in Meriden, New Hampshire in the heart of the Upper Valley, Kimball Union is minutes from Dartmouth College and has direct access to Boston and New York.