Winter Art Show graces Urban walls with a night of wonder

Painting created by Nina Criswell for the Winter Art Show in the fourth floor hallway on Feb. 15, 2018.

Kian Nassre, Editor In Chief, Visuals

April 3, 2018

Ten weeks of artistic processes, countless hours of dedicated work and eternities of thought produce the annual tradition of the Winter Art Show. The yearly display is the culmination of the Advanced Art Seminar, a seniors-only arts class run by Visual Arts teacher Jennifer Starkweather. Once students...

Infamous Rock on Bernal Hill brings humour and politics to SF cityscape

Lily Daniel, Staff Writer

March 23, 2017

Bernal Heights, named the #1 “hottest” neighborhood in America of 2014 by Redfin, is known for its many families and combination of old San Franciscans and younger money. Due to its proximity to Palo Alto and Silicon Valley, the neighborhood is highly desirable for new tech employees. Bernal also...

Feb. 10 Urban School Senior Art Show draws most contributors ever

Sarah Maccabee, Staff writer

February 9, 2011

The Urban Art Show is always an eagerly anticipated school event, and this year’s Feb. 10 show is no exception. With 26 students taking part in the Advanced Visual Arts Seminar, this year’s show has the highest number of participants ever. The first official winter art show was started in 2004,...

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