April marks National Poetry Month, and to celebrate, Asheville School will host poet and teaching-artist Glenis Redmond for a performance and workshops on April 18.
The Asheville School Fine Arts Program offers artistic practices that foster creativity and an innovative spirit to prepare students for their future. The arts act as a pathway to explore and celebrate our diverse perspectives and talents while building respect and connection with community.
Asheville School Dance Program students will have the opportunity to work with guest artist Dom-Sebastian Alexis of TheBBoy Ballet from Greensboro, North Carolina. In conjunction with the visit, the Asheville School Fine Arts Program will offer a dance workshop on Friday, April 12, open to Asheville School students and the greater Asheville community.
James Brinkmann, Kate Steinbeck and Asheville School Director of Music John Crawley are rethinking how audiences can experience music. On Thursday, April 11, the trio will invite the Asheville School community to fully engage with the listening experience during an interactive performance of Yuko Uebayashi's "Au-Dela du Temps."