Public Exhibitions of Student Work

At the LiHigh School in Poultney, we individualize our curriculum to speak to the passions and interests of each student, and the result of that curriculum is a public presentation of the student’s work. Two of our students recently completed independent projects that stemmed from their interest in videography and photography.

The first student, Logan Patnaude, a junior here at LiHigh School, developed a 45-minute documentary about independent artists working and living in southern Vermont. Titled, “Made in Vermont,” the documentary debuted at a meeting held by the Chamber of Commerce in Manchester, but the wider public can see the film on March 19th at 6pm at the Tiny Theater on Main Street in Poultney. Come out and support this budding filmmaker!

The second student to host a public exhibition was Giulia Rosenthal, who is also a junior here at LiHigh School. Her photography exhibition opened on February 18th at the Pawlet Public Library, where it will be on display throughout the month of March. Giulia’s photographs cover a wide range of subjects, from portraits of children in Nicaragua to classic Vermont landscapes to photographs of local flora and fauna. Giulia’s photos are for sale during this exhibition, so make sure to stop by the Pawlet Public Library and help encourage the young artists among us.

Author: Kyle Callahan

Hi, I'm Kyle. I'm an advisor at LiHigh School. I've been involved in progressive education since I was in high school. I was an original member (and student representative) of the Progressive Program at Green Mountain College, and for my Master's degree, I attended Goddard College, which started the trend toward progressive education in the 1960s. Along with teaching at LiHigh School, I teach courses in creative writing and communications at Green Mountain College. I live with my wife and daughter in Poultney.

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