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Gallery Art Exhibition Spaces

The Saint Andrew’s School has several formal and informal gallery spaces. 

Through a commitment to artistic excellence, the gallery's exhibitions reflect a wide range of artwork representing all fields of study offered at Saint Andrew’s School.  Exhibits showcase artwork from students, alumni, as well as visiting artists.

Prospective families are welcome to visit our gallery spaces. To make an appointment, please contact Arts Department Chair Cynthia Ludlam by clicking the link below.

Anthony Newley Family Art Gallery

Anthony Newley Family Art Gallery  

This formal gallery features artwork created by Upper School students, faculty/staff and visiting artists. It features five-six art openings every year. 

Open to the public by appointment or invitation.


Cohen Student Lounge Gallery

This informal gallery space highlights Mindfulness and Wellness themed art shows and showcases Upper School student artists.

Open to the public by appointment or invitation.


Student Artwork
Students standing in front of artwork with parents.

Saint Andrew’s House Gallery

The Saint Andrew’s House is the Head of School’s residence and indoor gallery space that houses artwork in a casual home setting. This space is designed to create a passive art space that offers an approachable contemporary art experience to those who pass through it. Artwork displayed is made by emerging Pre-K - 12, Saint Andrew’s School student artists. Impactful themed exhibitions are staged annually and exhibits may be coordinated with curricular studies.

Open to the public by appointment or invitation.


Boca Raton Innovation Campus (BRiC)

BRiC is proud to support Saint Andrew's School as part of Art on BRiC Walls – a walking art exhibit throughout its miles of corridors in an effort to integrate art and technology into the ecosystem of the BRiC campus, which is located off of Yamato Road in Boca Raton. Saint Andrew's student artwork is displayed in BRiC’s most famous corridor, which is notably the longest indoor hallway in America at 907 feet long.


People looking at art at the BRiC Art Gallery .