Visual Art

Field School - Weston, Ma

Art Show!


When: April 3rd, 5:30-7:30 pm

Where: Field School

What: Art! Light Snacks! Live Music (from students)! More Art!

Why: Show your support and appreciation for the beautiful work our young artists have created!

WEEFC and ARTOME: Artome is a wonderful company that has agreed to professionally frame one piece of artwork from every student. If you choose to, you can buy the framed artwork and the proceeds go to supporting WEEFC. For any unsold frames, the student's artwork is removed and returned to the student. This provides a wonderful opportunity to raise money for WEEFC and give the students the opportunity to see their work framed and displayed for all to see! You will have several opportunities to purchase the frame: ahead of time (if you can’t make it to the show), during the show, or two weeks after the show for $30 cash or check.

Please feel free to email me with any questions!

Mr. Ginga

Mr. Ginga

Mr. Ginga graduated from the University of Massachusetts Dartmouth in 2015 with a BFA in Art Education and is currently working on his M.E. at Northeastern. After completing his student teaching in Westport, he filled in for several substitute positions before joining the impressive faculty at the Field School in Weston, MA. Jake is now in his second year of teaching and is hitting his stride. He has worked towards deeper curriculum integration, strong community fundraising, and an expansive and inclusive art show. He also keeps his students informed about his growing studio practice which gives them a higher understanding of the local creative culture and professional insights. If you’re ever looking for Jake, he’ll either be in his classroom or his studio.

Mrs. Lanciloti

Dana Lanciloti is an artist and educator who has taught K-3 art at Woodland School and sections of 5th grade art at Field School since 2016. Dana received her BFA (1992) from the University of Michigan and her MA in Art Education (1995) from New York University, and has taught art in a variety of public and private settings to preschoolers through adults, with a few breaks to travel, work with study abroad programs, and raise a family. Teaching children inspires Dana most because children tend to be naturally open to art, new ideas, and experimenting with materials. Her students’ sense of humor and eagerness to learn motivate and influence Dana’s own art as well. Dana can most often be found in the Woodland School art room, painting in her home studio, reading anywhere, and driving her daughters to various activities. Reach out to Dana at