Our advanced art students toured Patan’s historical sites and modern murals before participating in a guided program of Photo Circle’s latest exhibition, “Quick time, Old river and a sky full of dreams,” at Patan House. Students learned about the rapid changes in the Kathmandu urban...

Secondary art students researched the history of kites and kite-making, before designing kites with a focus on “culture.” Students then flew their original kites for our Dashain celebration! Check out these amazing designs here. ...

Every Wednesday during the 2021-2022 school year, we shared a glimpse into the arts at Lincoln in our Arts Wednesday series. These videos, digital exhibitions, and photos showcased the many talents of our diverse, inclusive community. Thank you for supporting the arts at Lincoln! Click...

Michele Nelson is in her second year teaching at Lincoln, but her first impressions still stand. “Happy students and a beautiful campus!” she shared. After teaching K-12 Art & Design for more than 20 years in North Carolina, USA, Michele fulfilled her dream of teaching...

Lincoln art students have been working with various, colorful line designs to create these works of art. Grade 4 and Grade 6 students created abstract works with an eye as a focal point. Grade 2 students created colorful spider webs with 3D spiders as a...

This year, Lincoln School hosted more than 30 digital art & music exhibits on Creative Connections! Please enjoy some of the students' best work from 2020-2021. Be sure to visit Creative Connections for more, and watch the slideshow here! ...

Art students reflected on the Essential Question, “How does Art reflect, as well as shape, our world?” Students chose a news article that they felt passionate about. They read, annotated, and wrote a short summary of this article as research, before creating an art piece...

Lincoln Middle School students created mini art installations, little models for potential life-sized art installation designs. For this project, students were required to choose a theme to build their work upon. They were also required to include at least one moving part, either powered by...