Week 5 was all about the Arts!
It has been a busy hub of activity this week with an array of performances and workshops attended by the wider community of the school. Arts week is all about celebration of Dance, Drama, Music and Visual Arts and we have been very lucky to have guest tutors run workshops and live bands performing to our students. We have also looked at improvisation skills, drip painting and had the whole school participate in an Atawhai pop quiz with house points up for grabs!
We finished the week off with our very own band, The Craft performing their sound ‘riot girl punk/rock’ to a packed auditorium of students. Our art portfolio students have done an incredible job organising the week and showcasing what the arts are all about. A special mention goes out to the Art Leaders, Riley Cooper and Katja Streibel as well as Performing Arts and Visual Arts staff supporting the events.
We have two incredible performances coming up, see below for a sneak peek.
Scope Dance Show
Come along and experience a variety of genres and styles under that dance umbrella. Fun, exciting and creative pieces learn ’t and explored through curriculum and extra-curricular displayed over 3 consecutive nights. A celebration of students hard-work and dedication to the art of Dance. Everyone can move and groove so come along and celebrate the Scope of talent and passion of Dance with us! Tickets are available now: www.longbaycollege.com/scope – $12.
Something wicked this way comes! The newly formed Long Bay College Shakespeare Company invites you to their production of Macbeth. The classic tragedy of ambition and deception comes to life in vibrant colour. With beautiful costumes and outstanding acting, come and be entertained this winter. Tickets are available now: www.longbaycollege.com/macbeth – $5 for students/$10 for adults.
“Tet oi whakairo, ka ihiihi, ka wehiwehi, ka aweawe tea o katoa – Artistic excellence makes the world sit up and wonder.”