March 8, 2023
By Amy Jenkins, IMS Art Educator This winter term all of us in the IMS Art Department made a commitment to study, craft, and immerse ourselves in the art and deep history of the Gee’s Bend Quilters.Read More
February 27, 2023
"So many talented children and supportive faculty came together to help make this night happen. The positive vibes are still resonating." After three years of pandemic-related cancellations, the anticipation was high…Read More
January 25, 2023
On Saturday night, the IMS community gathered to celebrate the start of the Lunar New Year, a holiday rich in culture and tradition and observed by millions of people around the world. As families,…Read More
October 13, 2022
Collaborating with local cultural institutions is part of the IMS experience. It broadens our classroom reach to include the exceptional creative and intellectual resources in our area. IMS is thrilled to collaborate with vibrant musicians from The Orchestra Now…Read More
August 17, 2022
IMS is thrilled to partner with extraordinary talent from Sharon Playhouse: a not-for-profit theater and popular cultural destination in neighboring Sharon, CT. Michael Kevin Baldwin, the Director of Education and Associate Artistic Director of the…Read More
January 20, 2022
Our strategic priority of "Community as a Classroom" leads to explorations with the Wassaic Project We are always thrilled to take advantage of the cultural resources within our area and create a space for our students to learn from local…Read More
November 4, 2021
Our fall play, “Around the Fire,” was performed outdoors in the Riggs Courtyard on Friday, October 29. It was a chilly, dark night – the perfect setting for this original IMS production in which our drama students were able to…Read More
May 13, 2021
Experience "Project Wonderland" Over the past month, more than 50 community members devoted their time and energy to Project Wonderland, a 33-minute “ride” across campus and through Alice’s story in Wonderland. Seven actors played…Read More
February 6, 2020
Seventh grade and general art classes spent the winter term drawing American Sign Language (ASL) letters using continuous-bild contour. This is a drawing exercise where the artist draws the surface of a subject without looking at the paper. The blind…Read More
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