Mark W. Potter Gallery
The Mark W. Potter Gallery sits at the heart of the school, where old meets new at the crossroads of the historic Horace Dutton Taft and Charles Phelps Taft Halls, and the modern Arts and Humanities wing. It is an apt metaphor for a space so deeply rooted in the school’s history, with such visionary purpose.
The gallery honors the legacy of Mark Winslow Potter, member of the class of 1948, teacher, schoolmaster, painter, and mentor. Like Potter, himself, the gallery cultivates artistic and intellectual growth in the Taft community; in our students, faculty, alumni, families, and friends.
Programs and exhibitions in the Mark W. Potter Gallery feature the work of Taft students, visiting artists
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The Mark W. Potter Gallery is open Monday through Friday, 8 am until 5 pm when school is in session.