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Around Town: Senior Arts Reception 2017

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  • Wyoming High School Principal Ashley Whitely addressed the students, families, and faculty members, and she encouraged everyone to support the arts and follow their passions in life after Wyoming High School. Wyoming High School Principal Ashley Whitely addressed the students, families, and faculty members, and she encouraged everyone to support the arts and follow their passions in life after Wyoming High School.
  • There are four Wyoming students majoring in musical theatre or theatre in college: James Blum, Carly Shepherd, Alex Kopnick, and (missing) Quinn Stiefbold. There are four Wyoming students majoring in musical theatre or theatre in college: James Blum, Carly Shepherd, Alex Kopnick, and (missing) Quinn Stiefbold.
  • “To be an artist is to believe in life” was the Henry Moore quote shared at the event with these artistic students who will pursue art in college. “To be an artist is to believe in life” was the Henry Moore quote shared at the event with these artistic students who will pursue art in college.
  • These Wyoming students are among a group of seniors who will continue their music education in college. Bravo! These Wyoming students are among a group of seniors who will continue their music education in college. Bravo!
  • Wyoming High School seniors were recognized in the Second Annual Senior Arts Reception for their commitment to continue to pursue art, music, or theater in college. Wyoming High School seniors were recognized in the Second Annual Senior Arts Reception for their commitment to continue to pursue art, music, or theater in college.
     


Wyoming School Music Association and The Wyoming Art Show jointly hosted the Second Annual Senior Arts Reception for Wyoming High School seniors who intend to pursue music, art, or theatre in college. There were 29 students who will be either majoring or minoring in the arts or participating in an official university performance group (example: marching band or university orchestra). Wyoming administrators and faculty spoke about the importance of the arts not only as a critical part of their education in Wyoming, but they also spoke about the importance of spreading their passion for the arts beyond the halls of Wyoming.

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