April 17, 2019 | TFA Communications |
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 has been a success this year! These gifted students will be exhibiting their portfolios in the Upper School Band Room from April 18 through April 25. Many of their pieces will be on sale so you don’t want to miss this event.
Also, Come see our ‘silent performers’ share their beautiful creations! Community Exhibition is part of the State Standards for all visual art courses. Students learn about preparing, hosting, and displaying art in a spatially organized environment. Beginning Monday, April 29 in the Upper School Band Room, the Upper School Visual Art students will be hosting their Spring Exhibit during school hours through Thursday, May 2. These students have worked very hard this year and are ready to show it off! Additionally, join us on Friday, May 2, for a ‘Meet the Artist’ Reception. The Artists of the US Visual Art Spring Exhibit will be in the Upper School Band Room during their Visual Art class periods to ‘meet and greet’ our guests. Viewing a visual artist’s work is like giving an actor applause after a performance. Thank you for supporting the Arts!
Middle & Upper School Chorus Concert
Tuesday, April 23 at 6:30 PM, come to the Black Box Theatre to see the Middle and Upper School Chorus Concert. This concert showcases the hard work and the beautiful music that chorus students have been learning during the spring semester. There will also be choir awards given during this special event as well as a time to recognize each of our senior choir members. From Acapella to German Art Song, there will be a song you will love to hear!
Middle & Upper School Steel Drums Concert
The Steel Band Concert is Thursday, April 25 at 6:00 PM in the Alumni Commons. Bring a lawn chair and a picnic if you want! We will also be grilling hotdogs! It’s going to be a lot of fun and we hope to see you there!
Fine Arts Showcase
The showcase will feature a mix of fine arts developed and presented in association with the Fine Arts Leadership Team. The student-driven organization wants to get the word out on the Fine Arts at TFA. Come join us for an exciting student-driven evening of God-given talent on Friday, April 26 at 7:00 PM in Alumni Commons.
Evening At The Arts
Join us for the annual Evening At The Arts as The First Academy’s Lower School Fine Arts Department proudly presents the Dr. Seuss musical, Seussical, Jr. Horton the Elephant, the Cat in the Hat, and all of your favorite Dr. Seuss characters spring to life on stage. The evening will also present a Visual Arts display in the library of artwork from all Lower School students. Our 5th-8th-grade beginning and intermediate bands will also be playing from 5:45-6:15 PM on Saturday, May 4 in Alumni Commons.
Performances will be Friday, May 3 at 7:00 PM and Saturday, May 4 at 7:00 PM in the Natalie Thomas Gymnasium.
For tickets and more information, visit https://thefirstacademy.org/arts/lower/lower-school-arts/ Tickets are required for attendance to see Seussical Jr. but not for the art show and the band concert.
5th-8th-Grade Band Concert
On Saturday, May 4 at 5:45 PM in the Alumni Commons, the 5th-8th-grade band will present its 2019 spring concert. Selections will include individual and small group numbers as well as the routines and warm-ups the students have used to begin to learn their instruments. After the concert, please take a moment to see the art displays in the Media Center and enjoy Seussical, Jr. It will be a wonderful Evening At The Arts.
Going, going, almost gone! The Legacy Yearbook Staff has worked hard to make the 2019 TFA Yearbook one every student will remember for decades to come. But we only have a limited number of extra yearbooks still for sale. Act fast as these will sell quickly. If you do not order ASAP, there will likely be no extra books for sale when they’re passed out to students on May 3rd. Order online here.
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