Student Artist of the Month: March 2018

posted on:May 4, 2018

In partnership with Forsyth County high schools and Windsor Jewelers, The Arts Council of Winston-Salem and Forsyth County is proud to present the Student Artist of the Month. All Forsyth County high schools (private, public, and charter) that have arts programming were invited to participate in the Student Artist of the Month program. Arts educators and administrators from each school will select one student each month for recognition based on academic rigor and artistic merit.  A variety of arts disciplines will be recognized over the course of the school year.   Katherine Sturkie Atkins Academic & Technology High School Principal: Joe Childers SAM Coordinator: Janet Blakely Nominating Teacher: Janet Blakely Arts Discipline: Visual Arts Grade: 11 GPA/QPA: 4.0...

Student Artist of the Month: February 2018...

posted on:Mar 9, 2018

In partnership with Forsyth County high schools and Windsor Jewelers, The Arts Council of Winston-Salem and Forsyth County is proud to present the Student Artist of the Month.   All Forsyth County high schools (private, public, and charter) that have arts programming were invited to participate in the Student Artist of the Month program. Arts educators and administrators from each school will select one student each month for recognition based on academic rigor and artistic merit.  A variety of arts disciplines will be recognized over the course of the school year.   Sommer Stephens Atkins Academic & Technology High School Principal: Joe Childers SAM Coordinator: Janet Blakely Nominating Teacher: Janet Blakely Arts Discipline: Visual Arts Grade: 11 GPA/QPA:...

Modern Automotive Spring Arts Extravaganza

Modern Automotive Spring Arts Extravaganza...

posted on:Mar 2, 2018

Winston-Salem/Forsyth County Schools is showcasing student art at a Spring Arts Extravaganza, Wednesday, March 7 through Wednesday, March 14, at the Milton Rhodes Center for the Arts in downtown Winston-Salem. The opening reception is 5-7:00 p.m., Friday, March 9. The show and the reception are both free and open to the public. Arts Extravaganza is sponsored by Modern Automotive in collaboration with the Winston-Salem/Forsyth County School System. Modern Automotive’s “Artists of the Future” contest winners and certificate recipients will be announced at the opening reception on March 9. The “Extravaganza” is one of the region’s largest and most popular art shows and features the best artwork from elementary, middle schools and high schools in the system, including painting,...

Student Artist of the Month: January 2018...

posted on:Feb 16, 2018

  In partnership with Forsyth County high schools and Windsor Jewelers, The Arts Council of Winston-Salem and Forsyth County is proud to present the Student Artist of the Month. All Forsyth County high schools (private, public, and charter) that have arts programming were invited to participate in the Student Artist of the Month program. Arts educators and administrators from each school will select one student each month for recognition based on academic rigor and artistic merit.  A variety of arts disciplines will be recognized over the course of the school year. Taylor Fernald Atkins Academic & Technology High School Principal: Joe Childers SAM Coordinator: Janet Blakely Nominating Teacher: Lauren Gliot Arts Discipline: Theatre Arts Grade: 11 GPA/QPA: 3.8...

Particle Falls: Downtown Public Art Light Installation

Particle Falls: Downtown Public Art Light Installation...

posted on:Feb 9, 2018

 The Arts Council of Winston-Salem and Forsyth County in partnership with the North Carolina Clean Energy Technology Center and Clean Air Carolina will sponsor a multi-story public art light installation in downtown Winston-Salem beginning Thursday, February 22 and ending March 24.  The display is free and open to the public.  Best viewing is the corner of West 4th Street and Spruce Street any evening from February 22 – March 24 beginning at dusk.  “Over the last several years, public art light shows in downtown Winston-Salem have entertained and captivated diverse audiences.  It’s an accessible art form for the entire community that can engage dialogue on current issues such as the environment and its effects on our health.  This...

Student Artist of the Month: December 2017...

posted on:Dec 29, 2017

In partnership with Forsyth County high schools and Windsor Jewelers, The Arts Council of Winston-Salem and Forsyth County is proud to present the Student Artist of the Month. All Forsyth County high schools (private, public, and charter) that have arts programming were invited to participate in the Student Artist of the Month program. Arts educators and administrators from each school will select one student each month for recognition based on academic rigor and artistic merit.  A variety of arts disciplines will be recognized over the course of the school year. Ben Armentrout Atkins Academic & Technology High School Principal: Joe Childers SAM Coordinator: Janet Blakely Nominating Teacher: Justin Sumners Arts Discipline: Music Grade: 10 GPA/QPA: 4.0/4.5   What...

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