From February 26 to March 2, Asheville School will host artist-in-residence Anabella Lenzu. Lenzu is a New York based dance teacher and choreographer who will work extensively with Asheville School students and host two community dance workshops that are free and open to the public.
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.
"Finding space for students to be a part of the creative process is my goal. It is powerful to see students find their own voice."
-Kathy Leiner, Chair of Fine Arts
This winter, join the Asheville School Dramatic Society for a night of Shakespeare as they delve into Shakespeare's "The Merry Wives of Windsor" February 22-24 in the Walker Art Center's Graham Theater.
Congratulations to the Asheville School students selected to participate in the 2018 Mars Hill Choral Festival!
Each year, Asheville School hosts a professional theatre company, the National Players, who bring students' studies to life. On Thursday, January 25, the National Players will present Shakespeare's "Othello" in the Walker Arts Center's Graham Theater for the school community.
On Thursday, February 1, Asheville School will host local professional musicians who will play musical works by current senior Mac Waters.