Written by Gordon Snyder, Director of Fine Arts & Bands
From an early age, I was drawn to the sights and sounds of the band. Hearing the blasts of the brass, the tweets of the woodwinds, and the diddles of the percussion was more than my young heart could handle. It was euphoric and joyous. Music has always had a hold of me right down to my core so when I got the chance to participate, I did so with passion as I wanted to share my... Read More.
The First Academy’s Fine Arts Department is excited for all of the upcoming fine arts events!
Spring Art Exhibits will be showcasing the work of Visual Arts Students. The AP Studio Art Program... Read More.
With the new year flying by, The First Academy’s Fine Arts Department has been busy and is off to a great start!
The Marching Royals returned home from a wonderful time at the Liberty Bowl in... Read More.
The First Academy's ‘Silent Performers’ are at it again! Our Chapter of the National Art Honor Society was invited by Vintage Realty to paint their office wall in Windermere! On Friday Night... Read More.
AP Studio Art 3D Live Mannequin Exhibit
On Friday, September 21st, Middle and Upper School students had the opportunity to escape into the world of art as they were able to stroll through a live... Read More.
Pictured with Garry Sullivan, Upper School Principal
Bekka Herdy (Class of 2017) received the Critics Choice Tech Award at the 2016 Florida District V Thespian Festival competition. Bekka... Read More.
Our visual and performing arts department has been hard at work, showcasing their God-given talents in various competitions around the state of Florida. We'd like to congratulate these students who... Read More.
In The Holy Land of Israel, many artifacts remain dating back even from before the time of Christ. Most of these artifacts were ceramic! Other mediums decay and disintegrate, but fired clay is... Read More.