The Big Picture
Community Performance is Thursday, April 20 at 7:00 pm
At the McGlohon Theatre in Spirit Square
Produced and performed in conjunction with Teen Health Connection, The Big Picture is a dynamic health education and community outreach initiative that is solely written by adolescent youth and performed for adolescent youth. This youth initiative addresses the current trends and health related issues facing teenagers today, with a focus on positive behavioral and health choices, based on data from the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) Youth Risk Behavior Survey.
TICKETS AVAILABLE NOW for the free community performance on Thursday, April 20 at 7:00pm. Reserve your seat today.
For more information please visit Teen Health Connection.
NWSA Fashion Show
Friday, May 5 at 7:00 pm
Saturday May 6 at 7:00 pm
In the Charles LaBorde Theatre
Students $7 online/$8 at door
Adults $9 online/$10 at door
Come out for an incredible evening of fashion and design at the Annual NWSA Fashion Show! The designs our students create will absolutely amaze you—all are modeled by our fabulous NWSA students! Students from Apparel I, Apparel II, Costume Design, Advanced studies students will be showing their creations. Jewelry created by Visual Arts students will be modeled as well. Concessions will be sold before the show. You won't to miss it!
Tickets Coming Soon!
NWSA Poetry Bonfire
Friday, May 26 at 7:00 pm
In the Charles LaBorde Theatre
All tickets $5
Come on out for NWSA's amazing performance poetry spoken art event! Enjoy delicious s'mores in our camp setting while listening to our extraordinary poets! We are looking forward to a great turnout at this special event!!
Tickets Available at the Door!
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In Memory of John Fraker
A word from Bonnie:
“I have never been happier that I teach at Northwest School of the Arts. So many wonderful people from the NWSA family came to support me and my family yesterday at the memorial for my husband – administrators, staff, teachers, former teachers, students, former students, parents, even parents of students who graduated years ago. I was proud beyond words of my amazing students who sang – Karley Kornegay, Jocelyn Cabaniss, Liam Pearce, Ryan Kapur, Jeremy Mitchell Cousar, and Keston Steele, and Jordan Hardesty, who played piano. John was always so proud of the NWSA students, and he would have loved their beautiful renditions of some of his favorite songs. My family and out of town friends were blown away by their voices. Finally, I am so blessed to have the friends/colleagues I do — Kristin Stonnell, who played so beautifully.; Matt Hinson who made me cry like a baby with his rendition of “You Raise Me Up”, and who organized and rehearsed the students and the rest of the music, and who has generally been my rock through this ordeal; Corey D Mitchell, who officiated like a pro, and who made my laugh at loud. His beautiful tribute to John was heartfelt and perfect, and he has been here for me at every turn; Finally, the beautiful Lucinda Barca Supernavage, who has been there herself, and who gave me a digital and understanding shoulder to cry on. These people, and so many others were generous and compassionate when I needed it. I love my NWSA famliy.”
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