Join Saint Mary's AP Art students for a reception to officially open their exhibit of works on April 19 from 2:40-4 p.m. in Kenan Library. All welcome to attend!
Saint Mary’s School invites you to explore and develop your creative talents in music, dance, theatre and the visual arts.
Whether you’re bound for art school or just like to doodle, want to become a professional singer or just enjoy singing in the shower, hope to dance on Broadway or just turn a move at the prom, you’ll find classes that challenge and teachers who inspire.
Artistic pursuits may be motivated by curiosity, passion or an already developed discipline. No matter what your talent and goals, dedicated Saint Mary's teachers accommodate your level of skill and ambition and help you move forward.
Whether you are an artist, an actor, a dancer or a musician, visual and performing arts instructors strive to
- Build your self-confidence by grounding you in your chosen discipline
- Empower you to grow into a thoughtful, expressive adult
- Teach you the appropriate level of skill to a degree that pride in creative outcome is a given
- Motivate you and teach to your individual goals and learning style
- Instill in you a fundamental appreciation of our rich cultural arts heritage
- Encourage you to preserve and support the arts in your own community
On Saturday, April 8, from 1:30-2 p.m., Saint Mary's Chorale will perform at the Spring Open House at the Executive Mansion. Hosted by Governor Roy Cooper and First Lady Kristin Cooper the open house is from 1-3 p.m. and is an opportunity for people to meet the Governor, First Lady as well as N.C. Secretary of State Elaine Marshall. The open house will feature live music and light refreshments. Open and accessible to all ages and abilities.
The video above highlights the many facets of the performing and visual arts at Saint Mary’s. Musical accompaniment provided by Saint Mary’s School Chorale in concert with Woodberry Forest School Chapel Choir and Consort.