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Jenna Black

Former Faculty

Jenna Black has taught art in grades 2-8 since 2017. She holds a B.A. in French and Art History from Vanderbilt University and studied abroad in Provence, France. Most recently, Black taught art at Rome First Methodist Preschool. She also owns her own a pet portrait business, Cottage Industry, and tutors high school students in French. No stranger to Darlington, Black has been a substitute teacher at the school for several years, most recently serving as a long-term substitute art teacher for grades pre-K to 2. She is also the mother of Travis ('19), Sanders ('22) and Clara ('27).

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B.A. Vanderbilt University

Southern impressionism artist to work with fine arts students

November 29, 2018
Georgia native and Southern impressionism artist David Boyd Jr. will visit Darlington School on Dec. 13-14, 2018 to work with visual arts students and provide a hands-on art experience, share tips and techniques, answer questions, and give a real-world perspective on his creative approach to art. 

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Happy Valentine's Day from the Art Enrichment Class!

February 14, 2018
Middle School Art Enrichment students were inspired by Jim Dine to paint beautiful vases.

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Starting Off the School Year With Surrealism

Fine Arts | Jenna Black, October 27, 2017
In anticipation of the Salvador Dalí Exhibit, second- through eighth-graders started off the year learning about surrealism in art class.

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School welcomes new faculty and staff

August 7, 2017
Darlington is pleased to welcome the following new faculty and staff members for the 2017-18 school year. All will begin Aug. 1, 2017, unless otherwise noted.

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Black hired to teach art in grades 2-8

July 19, 2017
As the new art teacher for grades 2-8, Jenna Black is looking forward to the coming year.

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