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ISAS Arts

Festival

Middle School For the 12th consecutive year, St. Andrew’s Upper r, t Yea Nex rew ’s nd e St. All host th tival i w r t s F es 3 ! A 01 ISAS i l 4 – 6, 2 r p A

School students participated in the ISAS Arts Festival, which was hosted by the Greenhill School in Addison, Texas, March 29–31. Once again, our students excelled in every category and garnered excellent reviews.

ISAS Adjudicated Categories • film • 2D art • vocal solos • orchestra

During the three-day festival, students attended workshops, performances,

• drama

and adjudicated sessions. During the latter, students discussed their work

• string solo and ensembleS

and creative process with judges who gave constructive feedback by way

• portfolio reviews

of written or verbal comments.

• choir and smaller vocal ensembles

With over 3,000 students attending from schools in Texas, Oklahoma, Kansas,

• scenes and monologues one-acts

Louisiana, and New Mexico, there was no shortage of artwork to see or music, drama, film, and dance to watch. Our students performed and exhibited beautifully, whether it was 45 minutes of A Chorus Line, or John Rutter’s Gloria; five photographs being displayed in order to sum up a student’s work over the past year; or a five-minute documentary short.

• musical showcase • coffee house • photography

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The official publication of St. Andrew's Episcopal School in Austin, Texas.

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