Jeanne Limmer's artist residency culminated Friday with a wonderful and informative sharing of work by Brett students. We learned about the water cycle, the circulatory system, how to move a shed and more. The seventh grade interpreted the tragic, shiver-inducing ballad "The Highwayman," by Alfred Noyes, using movement and tableaux, as middle school English teacher and actor Dennis O'Neil read the text of the poem aloud.
Jeanne Limmer’s artist residency was made possible with support from ACT! for Kids sponsor Hidden Automotive, the Tamworth Foundation, the Tamworth PTA, and the K. A. Brett School. Arts Council of Tamworth is funded in part by a grant from the New Hampshire State Council on the Arts & the National Endowment for the Arts. ACT is grateful for the support of all its sponsors, including Media Sponsors 93.5 WMWV/Magic 104FM, The Conway Daily Sun, and The Mountain Ear.