Arts Events at The Governor's Academy
about govs arts
Students in "The Art of Persuasion," a year-long senior English elective taught by media industry marketing veteran David Brooks P’23, spent the fall semester at The Governor's Academy learning hands-on, real-world marketing skills. They developed a strategic marketing campaign to showcase Govs Arts and the extensive lineup of winter and spring events. They began executing their marketing plans earlier this month. Please enjoy this promotional trailer produced by the class.
spring art exhibit
living systems: fragile and fluid
exhibition dates: april 7 - 29
reception and artist talks: Tuesday, april 21
5:30 - 7:00 p.m.
Wilkie Center for the Performing Arts, Remis lobby
Living Systems: Fluid and Fragile, is an exhibition featuring four local artists: Erin Bligh, MJ Benson, Phyllis Ewen, and Rebecca McGee Tuck, and addresses water and landscape on a variety of levels. The artists were invited to share their sculptures, paintings, and installations as a way to bring environmental awareness and pay homage to the local ecology of the marsh, estuaries, tidal rivers, and ocean in our region. This show and reception are open to the public and we enthusiastically invite everyone to attend!
Wilkie Center for the Performing Arts, bergmann theater
7:30 - 9:00 p.m.
The Spring Concert choral program is aimed at centering creative work by women in celebration of 50 Years of Women at Govs. Featured works will include Stevie Nicks, Grace Potter, and a song popularized by Whitney Houston and Mariah Carey. Other pieces touch on the role of women in different cultures.
This show is open to the public and we enthusiastically invite everyone to attend!
save the date for spring events
april 20: spring music recital
april 21: art exhibition & reception: living systems: fragile and fluid
april 28: ap photo exhibit
april 28: spring concert
may 12: ap art show: this is our art
may 13: spring dance performance: mythology
may 19 - 20: spring drama production
may 24: spring art show
Local artist and studio art teacher, Belle Carver Struck '94, installed her show, “Wild Elegies” in the Remis Lobby Gallery of the Wilkie Center for the Performing Arts. The drawings, installations, and sculptures embody once-living items into newly imagined networks that examine the wildness of both the psychological and natural landscape. Learn more
Behind the Scenes with Belle Struck
9 to 5, The Musical
Winter dance concert: making space
Photos to come