The Tam News

Quarantine Creations

(Courtesy of Artemis Frederick)

By Claudia Epsha

September 19, 2020

Senior Artemis Frederick explains in their own words how quarantine has impacted their artistic creativity and personal life.

Lindsey Tenaglia: The reality of digital

(Courtesy of Lindsey Tenaglia)

By Skye Schoenhoeft

March 24, 2020

As one of the few digital artists at Tam, junior Lindsey Tenaglia stands out for her distinctive style.

The realism of Megan Engelbrechten

(Artwork courtesy of Megan Engelbrechten)

By Kara Kneafsey

December 18, 2019

Megan Engelbrechten shows us a world of abstract art through her astonishing paintings.

Editorial: Separating the Art from the Artist

Editorial: Separating the Art from the Artist

By Editorial Staff

April 16, 2019

Rumors regarding Michael Jackson’s pedophilic relationships with underage boys have been circulating the media for more than a decade. The release of  “Leaving Neverland,” a damning documentary examining Jackson’s alleged pedophilia, has spurred a fresh wave of the classic debate: how does o...

Of a Different Breed

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By Lucas Rosevear

March 4, 2019

Hidden away in Tam’s mass of students is a small, a very small, but distinct subset of students (and an alumnus) linked by a common, somewhat taboo, artistic interest; anthropomorphic animals. Yet, being part of the small community is often difficult, as those who count themselves as part of it are...

Annual art fair raises money for art department

Annual art fair raises money for art department

By John Halloran

December 15, 2018

Tam’s annual Visual Arts Winter Faire took place on November 29-30 under a tent in Freshman Court. For two days each winter, a massive white canopy envelops the area to showcase student work from the previous semester, offer certain items for sale, and raise money in order to continue offering the ...

Teens Take on Fall Arts Festival

Teens Take on Fall Arts Festival

By Jissell Kruse

September 27, 2018

Additional Reporting by Kennedy Cook The Mill Valley Fall Arts Festival (MVFAF) was held on September 15th and 16th in Old Mill Park. The festival has historically been a community event that “reflects the spirit of Mill Valley and its purpose of supporting established independent artists and emer...

Lily Wyle – Acrylic Painting

Lily Wyle - Acrylic Painting

By Kylie Sakamoto

December 11, 2017

You find yourself face to face with a swirl of purples, blues, pinks, and whites. Following their abstract pattern, you can’t decide if your looking at it upside down or rightside up. Lily Wyle hopes to portray this abstractness in all of her pieces. The circular canvas dripping in acrylic paint is ju...

EDITORIAL: The Artist vs. Their Art

November 15, 2017

In the weeks following The New York Times’ story on Harvey Weinstein’s pattern of sexual harassment and assault in early October, as more and more people have come forward to accuse prominent pop culture figures of misconduct or abuse,  with a frustratingly complex question: Is it possible to sepa...

Featured Photo: Stall Art

Featured Photo: Stall Art

By Kennedy Cook

November 6, 2017

On November 6, 2017 this graffiti art was found on the stall of the student center's woman's bathroom. This art will most likely be removed by custodial staff,  so, for posterity, our very own Kennedy Cook snapped this beautiful photo. We can now forever bask in its undying glory.    

Maren Curtis Artist and Entreprenuer

Maren Curtis Artist and Entreprenuer

By Kennedy Cook

October 26, 2017

The same everyday events you and I experience are transformed into pieces of wearable art by junior Maren Curtis. From kindergarten on, Curtis’s world has revolved around art, whether it be watercolor, pencil drawings, or her favorite: ink drawings. “I love using ink to draw everyday events and...