Arts Week 2021

By Ms. Margot Harms, Head of Fine & Performing Arts, Senior School 
 
Although reduced this year due to pandemic restrictions, Arts Week (April 12-16) was lively and memorable, and featured many fun events that celebrated the arts and highlighted our students’ talents. Events included morning musical performances and lunchtime recitals, a visual arts show, our virtual Coffee House talent showcase, and cool arts workshops (comic illustration, hip-hop dance, acting, tattoo stenciling, canvas bag illustrating …).  
 
We invite you to watch our broadcast performances; viewing links are below. Don’t forget to congratulate our performers—your applause may be silent but it's still powerful!   
 
Broadcast Performances
  • Concert by local indie rock band Ludic. The trio consists of Ayla Tesler-Mabe ’19 (check out her guitar prowess!), Rhett Cunningham, and Max Cunningham. Amazing! Viewing link here
  • Coffee House: our annual variety/talent show! Hosted by Marcus Chu and Lily Cowin and featuring the following performers. Such talent! Viewing link here
 Coffee House Performers:
  • Vancouver Speech Arts: Gemma Yin, Julia Bohnen and Noah Dascher, Carson Bawa and Finley Dixon, Sihi Sandesh
  • Music performances plus an intro from the VSO featured: Octet, op. 20 by Mendelssohn, Allegro, featuring Alden Chau, Maya Delen, Kiara Wijanta, Sophia Lu, Cynthia Jin, Adrian Lee, Andrew Naus, and Ms. Goddard
  • Piano Quintet, "The Trout", variations 3 and 4 by Schubert, featuring Jason Zhang, Chloe Wang, Mallory Moxham, Jack Stoodley and Ms. Lemon
  • Self-directed performances by: Wren Lee-drawing to Natassia Wong’s accompaniment, Rainier Lin, Zara and Sienna Smith, Michelle Lin, Mia and Olivia
Thanks to everyone who helped coordinate and who participated in our 2021 Arts Week, including student artists Sophia Kemeny, who designed the Arts Week poster, and Max Chu, who designed the Coffee House poster. Although we enjoy the arts every day, it's important to celebrate the immeasurable impact of the arts in our lives and learning.
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