Trashion is a term for art, jewelry, fashion and objects for the home created from used, recycled material. Making traditional objects out of recycled materials can help us create awareness of the importance of this habit, in order to make a difference in our environment, this is why the AUC Visual Arts class would like to share their story..
Archimedean Schools Virtual Choir performs Μια Νέα Αρχή (We Are The World)
To celebrate our graduating classes of Archimedean Pre-K, AA, AMC, and AUC of 2020, the three Archimedean Schools’ Chorodias joined together to create a virtual choir.
On Friday, January 31, Archimedean Middle Conservatory had the opportunity to show its best talents at the annual AMC Talent Show.
The combined Archimedean Academy (Elementary) and Archimedean Upper Conservatory (High School) Chorus “Chorodia” performed on December 5, 2019 in the Merrick Festival Caroling Competition under the direction of Ms Nimia Marquez
Lysistrata 1969 is an adaptation of the original that highlights the 60s resonance of the play. The adaptation is full of references to the culture and music of young people of the 60s and draws parallels between the worlds of 1969 America and 4th Century BCE Greece.
Archimedean’s 2020 Virtual Arts Show Archimedean Schools Trashion is a term for art, jewelry, fashion and objects for the home created from used, recycled material. Making traditional… Read More (opens in new window) Archimedean Schools’ Unified Virtual Choir performs to congratulate our graduating classes of 2020. Archimedean Schools Archimedean Schools Virtual Choir performs Μια Νέα…
The Archimedean Middle Conservatory Drama Club proudly presents the new, original play “Spotlight”
It is the story of the friendship between 13-year-old Grayson Morris and 15-year-old Sophie Carlson. Being a teenager isn’t easy and growing up comes with heartache…
Diana Turner is a young woman in 19th Century London, living alone with her 9-year-old brother, Nicholas. The both of them desperately try to make ends meet, as their father mysteriously disappeared 3 years ago. At the same time, London is being plagued with mysterious deaths and disappearances…
The animals revolted against their oppressor and set out to create a utopia of progress and justice, where “all animals are equal.” But what started as a revolution against human tyranny ended up being animal totalitarianism. Because, as it turned out, “some animals are more equal than others.”
Shy sons, arrogant nephews, authoritarian fathers and amnesiac grandfathers, hyperactive girls, humble housemaids, disoriented wives and conservative aunts. All appear in this brilliantly structured play. The action takes place in an upper-middle-class American dining room