Seaport Academy student Isaac Mayper successfully navigated the school’s petition process to gain an extracurricular art experience at the DeCordova Sculpture Park and Museum.
With camera in hand, Isaac created a work of art all his own: a photojournal to document his walk through the museum’s 35-acre sculpture park.
Another favorite was Jim Dine’s Two Big Black Hearts, (1985) in which visitors are encouraged to inspect iconic imagery, looking beyond face value to see what hearts really can be made out of.
At Seaport, we believe students need opportunities to investigate first-hand topics and questions that engage them. Developing your interests, finding out what matters to you and re-discovering the fact that there is joy and pleasure in learning is what Seaport Academy is all about.