Marshall School Opens New Renovated Art Wings

Updated: October 07, 2019 10:36 PM

A ribbon cutting event was held at Duluth's Marshall School as they opened two new wings to their school for art and music.


This marks the end of the $4.5 million dollar Next Horizons campaign that has gone towards other areas school already. Campaign funding already went towards campus renovations for their dorms, STEM wing, and fitness center. 

Marshall's Head of School, Kevin Breen, said it was important to the administration that their faculties input go into the new art wings.

"We for the last five years have been giving the teachers some role in designing the classroom spaces so that it helps them teach the way they want to teach," said Kevin Breen. "Art and music both wanted to emphasize process and creativity versus product or end result. And so these spaces allow for that."

Breen also said that the new renovations and classrooms show how the school strives to be the regions number one art school.

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