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36 Arts basics quiz

Freshman Ilhan Abdi reads aloud a poem she wrote for a poetry slam. 36 Arts meets Tuesday's before school according to advisor Christoph Nordmark.

February 21, 2019

With the school year over halfway done, work on learning about some of the foundational knowledge about 36 Arts, Park’s student artwork magazine.   Loading 36 Arts var QuizWorks = window.QuizWorks || []; QuizWorks.push( [document.getElementById("embed-quiz-409982"), "quiz", "4099...

36 Arts President hopes for growth

Senior president of 36 Arts Nechama Buchbinder talks with freshman Shira Hanovich during a 36 Arts meeting Jan. 15. 36 Arts meets every Tuesday morning from 8-8:40 am.

Dahlia Krebs

January 22, 2019

Senior 36 Arts President Nechama Buchbinder joined the club after she heard that the club would be a great place to try new things. “It sounded like a really fun group and a great opportunity,” Buchbinder said. Buchbinder has been adding a lot of events to what the club does, including poetry...

Poetry slam stimulates talent

Junior Anika Jamison shares her artwork at the 36 Arts poetry slam and art share. 36 Arts meets Tuesdays before school.

Dahlia Krebs, Mira Malka, and Ruthie Posada

December 6, 2018

Senior Nechama Buchbinder, president of 36 Arts, said her reason for having a poetry slam was to allow students to show off the art they have made. “This poetry slam and art share was really a good way for students to express themselves and share their art,” Buchbinder said. The 36 Arts club...

Quick facts about 36 Arts

Quick facts about 36 Arts

Sam Klepfer

November 15, 2018

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Club moves in new direction

Seniors Ciara Woida and Chava Buchbinder along with junior Nechama Buchbinder look over previous years' 36 Arts books.

Marta Hill

May 31, 2018

Nearing the end of her senior year, senior Chava Buchbinder said 36 Arts is important to the school because many students are interested in art. “(36 Arts is important) because there are always going to be people who want to do art, and I think having a space for them to come to to talk about a...

Club adapts to digital format

36 Arts members work on creating their new website in the At Large Lab before school. 36 Arts has been transitioning to a website to increase accessibility for readers.

Ndunzi Kunsunga and Nietzsche Deuel

November 21, 2017

Senior member of 36 Arts Shoshi Altman said for the club's goals, the magazine format has become obsolete and proved difficult to manage in past years. “We’re a club that’s a literary club magazine, but in years past we’ve had to spend a lot of money on making the magazine part of the club....

36 Arts adapts to reach wider audience

Senior Katie Steiner looks over a 36 Arts magazine from a past issue.  36 Arts has been working on converting from a magazine to a website.

Nietzsche Deuel and Ndunzi Kunsunga

October 26, 2017

Getting ready to make her last year of high school memorable, club co-leader senior Katie Steiner prepares 36 Arts to be a more successful club. According to Steiner, 36 Arts plans to have teachers come in and help students creatively express themselves. “We are going to try to bring in people from...

36 Arts returns to the rhythms

Sten Johnson, Staff Writer

January 30, 2013

Student run magazine looks to expand spoken event For those interested in rapping, rhyming, or writing, the 36 Arts Magazine’s next contest is set to show off their work. The poetry slam plans to bring together the creative side of Park students by showcasing works of written, drawn, or spok...

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