The Visual Arts at Emery/Weiner is a dynamic program offering students a wide range of projects and electives throughout their Middle and Upper school experience. Through experimentation with new media and engaging in projects which encourage risk-taking, students gain a better understanding of their true creative selves. Throughout this process, students gain confidence as creative thinkers.

The art rooms at Emery/Weiner are not just classrooms, but spaces for a vibrant community of artists to come together. As such, our program is driven by an interdisciplinary approach to art making. Students have a wide variety of materials and technology at their disposal- materials that are not often found at the middle and upper school level. With the inclusion of a state-of-the-art Mac lab, a darkroom facility, sculpture equipment, and a Makerspace, our program fosters young minds creating, learning, and having fun.

The Middle School Visual Arts curriculum is concentrated into four levels: Arts I-IV. Each level is designed to embrace fundamentals throughout the term by covering a variety of media such as Drawing, Painting, Printmaking, and Ceramics.

The Upper School program is designed to be more medium-specific. Electives in the Upper School include: Drawing and Painting, Ceramics, Digital Photography, Sculpture, Studio Art Advanced, and AP Studio Art, with more classes being developed each year.

The Stein Fine Arts Complex boasts gallery space with museum quality installation in The Hope Kaplan Odyssey Gallery. This allows the department to showcase student artwork year around.

List of 5 members.

  • Photo of Jennifer Bauer-Conley

    Ms. Jennifer Bauer-Conley 

    Director of Fine Arts
    832-204-5900 ext. 329
    Manhattanville College - B.A.
    Manhattanville College - B.A.
  • Photo of Kathrine Gilmer

    Mrs. Kathrine Gilmer 

    Yearbook Teacher
    832-204-5900 ext. 248
    Rhode Island School of Design - B.F.A.
    University of Houston - M.A.
  • Photo of Kim Hart

    Mrs. Kim Hart 

    Upper School Art Teacher
    832-204-5900 ext. 339
    University of Houston - B.A.
  • Photo of Deborah Horwitz

    Mrs. Deborah Horwitz 

    Middle School Art Teacher
    832-204-5900 ext. 323
    University of Housotn - B.A.
    Universita di Firenze - M.A.
    The Glassell Studio School - Continuing Education
  • Photo of Anne Mabry

    Ms. Anne Mabry 

    Upper School Art Teacher
    832-204-5900 ext. 307
    University of Houston - B.A.
    University of Houston - Teacher Certification