ASP students showcase their artwork in the Crumpacker Gallery
Nothing says summer at St. Paul’s School like the appearance of masking tape murals by students in the Advanced Studies Program (ASP). The 10 artists taking Studio Arts with faculty member Brian Schroyer adorned the Crumpacker Gallery exhibition space with larger-than-life creations ranging from self-portraiture to mind-bending illusions of still life. This project marks the culmination of the class’s five-and-a-half-week ASP experience. The St. Paul’s School summer program brings 235 talented rising high school seniors from across New Hampshire together for academic immersion in diverse areas of study, from Shakespeare for Performance, to Biomedical Ethics, and more.