The Faculty of Arts, home to more than 6,000 students, 15 departments and numerous interdisciplinary programs, is built on more than 100 years of success. Students in the Faculty of Arts have the opportunity to study abroad in over 100 international learning opportunities, including the Faculty of Arts own satellite campus in Cortona, Italy, as well as have access to the Arts HUB Career Centre which hosts the Arts Work Experience (AWE) program.
Stary has since participated in a number of exhibitions and international workshops, which include the Watermill Centre, ‘a laboratory for performance’ in New York, The Caribbean Contemporary Arts in Trinidad and Tobago, Braziers International workshop in London.
The broad-ranged fine arts program challenges students academically, integrates technology and lays the foundation for extraordinary life experiences. The annual GUHSD Marching Band and Color Guard District Fall Showcase is coming up on Thursday, November 17, 2016, at 6:00 p.m. at Monte Vista High School. DVSA provides high quality, accessible and affordable visual arts education that encourages excellence and personal fulfillment for children and adults.
Career & College Fair for high school students and parents tomorrow, Saturday, October 8, from 10:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. at Cuyamaca College at 900 Rancho San Diego Parkway in El Cajon. To be eligible to apply, the lead applicant needs to be Arts Council funded, or have presented work to the public through ACE programmes. The School of Art Glassell Gallery provides opportunities for students to display their work off campus. Singers from South High School, North High School, and Mendota High School gathered in the choir room at DGS to rehearse Ms. Parker’s arrangements and to develop together a deeper sense of artistic expression through vocal music performance. Tight Modern 2016: Call for artists As Nicholas Serota joins Arts Council England as it’s new chair, it good to see that Tight Modern has a shout out for marginalised and disabled artists.
Whether your child is a freshman or senior, now is the time to visit with representatives from over 100 colleges, industries and military institutions to facilitate a deeper discussion of the many options after high school. The Mission of the Jessye Norman School of the Arts is to develop students to become creative, caring, visionary, responsible citizens through the transformative power of the arts. In the 2016 National Student Survey 91% of students within the School of Arts and Humanities said that staff are enthusiastic about what they are teaching. I hope you will find an opportunity to view a Wednesday afternoon match at your school before the season draws to a close.