Archive for the ‘Arts’ Category

Maine History Transformed through Metal Design

December 17, 2020
A Unique Proposal – Maine History Transformed into Wearable Art Lauren Head’s metal design class used copper that once protected the Maine State House roof and re-purposed it to make domed circular earrings.  The copper…Read More

Yulefest 2020 and The Space Between

December 15, 2020
The Gould community wasn’t able to gather together this year for the traditional holiday Yulefest concert, so music teachers Heidi Modr and Mesa Schubeck decided to open things up and get creative. Why try to…Read More

Art Workshops Announced for 10th Grade Four Point

February 6, 2020
Tenth Grade Four Point is about service and expression. Students partake in service projects and engage with the local community, but they also get an introduction to the rich art community in Maine. Each year…Read More

Film Festival – An Independent Study

November 15, 2019
Independent Study Project by Sophie Laurence ’20, TRIBUNE FÉMININE: Jeanne Laurence, Feminism, and the French Resistance (1944 – 1948) Having completed French 6, Sophie Laurence ’20 needed a project for her independent study last year.…Read More

Edison Quinatoa: Passion for the Performing Arts

November 24, 2016
Performing arts Faculty Spotlight: Performing Arts Teacher, Edison Quinatoa There are countless colleges that would be jealous of the tools and facilities available to Gould performing arts students. Our 11 Steinway pianos has lead to Gould being named…Read More

Gould Works with the Portland Symphony Orchestra

May 11, 2016
Performing Arts Students Play Music with the Portland Symphony Orchestra Gould’s performing arts musicians recently spent the day in Portland sharing music with members of the Portland Symphony Orchestra. Students from Gould’s band and chamber…Read More

How to inspire young minds with music.

April 18, 2016
Music The Gould Academy performing arts department recently took their show on the road for an interactive music performance for elementary school students. Their Chamber Ensemble; made up of violins, cello, flutes and piano, played several selections of…Read More