On Wednesday, December 16 at 7 pm, Mount Hebron’s fine arts teachers are holding a virtual art open house on Zoom for students to showcase any type of the related arts including art, photography, dance, theater, choir, orchestra, guitar, and ensemble. The open house is intended to show students the exciting opportunities the fine arts classes offer. With this, the fine arts teachers hope to see more students sign up for their classes starting second semester.
Art teacher Ms. Brooke Leahy spoke about the targeted goal for the open house.
“Our primary mission is to explain our programs to the community so students will understand what our classes are like and hopefully sign up to participate in our amazing related arts community at Hebron,” she said.
You can find the open house information on the Mt. Hebron website under newsletters. However, Ms. Leahy has provided information on how the virtual open house will work and how to access it online.
“All the fine and performing arts teachers will be available at a virtual open house where interested current and incoming students and parents can attend to get all their questions answered about how to join this wonderful arts community,” she said.
Excitement surrounds the virtual event, since it is the first open house of 2020. Happily, Ms. Leahy stated she would like to continue doing virtual events like these for the upcoming semester.
Fine arts classes such as theater, dance, and music require students to recite together and usually perform. Art classes provide the necessary tools and equipment for the students. The virtual open houses give students the opportunity to show their hard work in a way we are all eager to see.