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The Art Program at Tilton School is offering affordable summer art day camps! The Tilton Art program believes that Art helps create innovators and free thinkers with real world skills and abilities. We invite you to join us and challenge your creative nature!

Each week is broken up into three 1 ½ hour sessions a day and an afternoon activity. Each week will end with an art show, awards and cookout on Saturday.

Originally the carriage house to the Charles Tilton Mansion, built by Tilton in 1861 and purchased by Tilton School in 1862, the Helene Grant Daly Art Center is home to the school’s Art Department. The facility, which was renovated in 1980, includes four dedicated studios for students to practice their respective crafts. There are areas for studio arts, clay and ceramics with six potter’s wheels and two kilns, graphic design with eight student work stations, and a fully-functioning black and white photo lab.
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Eric O'Neil
Art Teacher
A 1997 graduate of Tilton, Eric went on to earn a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree in printmaking at the Maine College of Art, and a teaching certificate from the University of New England. Eric joined Tilton with seven years of teaching experience at the St. Thomas More School, where he served as the assistant athletic director, and soccer, basketball, golf, and fitness coach. Eric has also been associated with the Connecticut Storm, an AAU girls' basketball program. He and his wife, Holly, live on campus. Eric is the dorm head of Knowles 1, the studio art teacher and the +5 director of art and culture.