Spring Arts Night

NearlyFinal_InClassroomThis Wednesday and Thursday at 6:30pm, Skinner Middle School is hosting its Spring Arts Night!  Have you ever wondered where the arts have gone in education? Wonder no more because Skinner’s got it covered.  The visual and performing arts are strong at Skinner providing students with a daily dose of creativity, innovation, and teamwork.

Drama: Led by Ms. Allen, Ms. Poellet and McAdams, Skinner students will perform William Shakespeare’s Much Ado About Nothing, a comical play that will make you smile and laugh the whole night.  Skinner has over 30 students participating in Drama this spring.  This after-school enrichment program has grown so much in the past several years that Skinner is able to double cast its productions.  Both casts are outstanding and if you had a chance to get a preview at last month’s DPS Shakespeare Festival, you will agree.

Music:  The Skinner Band, Jazz Band and Orchestra will have performances immediately following the Shakespeare play. Led my Mr. Dwyer, over 100 students are involved in daily music education at Skinner.

Art: Skinner will also be showcasing outstanding visual artwork form all grade levels under the guidance and teaching of Skinner’s enthusiastic new art teacher, Jessica Feaster.  Work includes digital artwork, clay sculptures, painted guitars and even a 9-foot colorful sculpture made of water bottles!

There are two opportunities to come and celebrate the Arts at Skinner:

Wednesday, May 21, 6:30 pm: Much Ado About Nothing (cast A), Band and Jazz Performances

Thursday, May 22, 6:30 pm:  Much Ado About Nothing (cast B), Orchestra Performance IMG_5231

 

(Skinner students at DPS Shakespeare Festival)

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