All School Visual and Performing Arts Zoom Meeting on May 21

Maranatha High School has an amazing Visual and Performing Arts program, with the best instructors and students around.

Normally, right after the final performance of Maranatha’s Spring Showcase, the Performing Arts Department announces the theme and shows for the next school year. Unfortunately, because the campus is closed due to the Coronavirus, we were unable to do that this year. But, we still want the Maranatha community to know that exciting things are going to be happening in the 2020-2021 school year.

While we are abiding by the “Safer at Home” Orders, the Visual and Performing Arts Department would like to invite the entire Maranatha student body and their parents to attend an All Arts Zoom Meeting on Thursday, May 21 at 7:00 p.m. Prior to the meeting, the Visual and Performing Arts Department will email the Zoom link to all parents and students, so please be sure to check your emails in the next few days.

During the meeting the Visual and Performing Arts faculty will share the theme and the shows for next year’s Performing Arts season, plus talk about exciting new opportunities and approaches in Visual and Performing Arts classes and co-curricular and extra-curricular activities. Those attending the Zoom meeting will also be able to ask questions of any of the Visual and Performing Arts faculty by Zoom chat, as they will also be attending the meeting.

The Performing and Visual Arts meeting will be exciting and engaging because as artists tend to do everything in a “creative” way. Make sure you watch for that link and join MHS for this exciting “virtual” time together.

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