CHCA alumna, Julia Lipovsky '11, was clearly a talented, budding artist while attending school here at CHCA. But we always love to hear what exciting things our students go on to do with their talents as adults! Julia now shares an art studio where she works with her fiancé in Northside, Cincinnati. She was recently hired as the 2023 Rosenthal Education Center (REC) Artist in Residence at Cincinnati Art Museum. Julia has created an interactive art installation in the museum called Mural of Cincinnati, inspired by Saul Steinberg's artwork and Julia's favorite local spots around Cincinnati. The space invites children (and adults as well) to color, create, read, and pretend alongside the mural. Its vibe is whimsical and celebratory, and it is definitely worth a visit! The interactive art installation will be on display from now through 10/29/2023. Visit The Cincinnati Art Museum Blog to read more about Julia's experience.
CHCA Kindergarten teacher uses moon unit to open doors for students to explore passions. Read how a 'wondering' led to collaboration, research, building a model moon base, and presentations to share their knowledge.
Audiences loved "Something Rotten!"--a laugh-out-loud musical, put on by our Upper School Gr 9-12 Theatre students this fall. But could there be a deeper meaning behind its theme: "To thine own self be true"? Director Susan Jung shared her thoughts on this topic and also talks about the "spirit of the cast."
The CHCA Theatre Department dazzled audiences with the production of Finding Nemo KIDS, featuring 39 students in Gr 4-5.
Awarded by the Arbor Day Foundation, the recognition honors our community’s commitment to fostering tree-related learning experiences.