MB Arts Events
Right now, MB’s Krause Gallery has a selection of student work from past and current years that highlights the work that is being done in the department. This combination of work helps highlight the different ways that students are engaging with the process of art making from gesture drawings in ink of botanical landscapes in third grade to design thinking-based boats in woodshop to observational still life drawings in the Upper School.
Framed work for display in the Woodman Center hallway space is a selection of prints of student work that samples what students are working on across the school.
In addition, the main entrance of Middle House often showcases student photography and the lower level of Burnham House includes Lower School works of art for passersby to enjoy.
Wednesday, December 7, 7:00pm, Woodman Center
Middle School Winter Concert
Chorus, Strings, Wind and Jazz Band take center stage to share in this annual favorite. Friends and families are welcome. No tickets or reservations needed.
All families are welcome.
Thursday, December 15, 1:30pm, Woodman Center
Lower School Winter Ensembles Concert
All families are welcome to see our LS chorus, wind ensemble, and string ensemble perform in this annual winter concert.
Thursday, December 8, 7:00pm, Woodman Center
Upper School Winter Concert
All families are welcome to see our Upper School Wind, Jazz, Percussion, and String ensembles and Chorus perform in this annual winter concert.
January 13–27, Sinclair Room
All School Art Show
Three division Art Show of student work from Studio Art, Shop, and Ceramics classes.
January 19-20, Woodman Center
Middle School Musical: Beauty & The Beast
A student production of the play Lungs was presented in October 2022.
Matilda the Musical (November 2022)
Moses Brown presented our very first All-School production in November. Matilda is an award-winning musical based on Roal Dahl’s classic children’s novel. The show featured the work of over 70 MB students from all three divisions spanning 3rd to 12th grade! It was a powerful story about imagination, childhood and standing up for what’s right.