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Center for the Creative Arts
WHAT IT DOES:
The Center for the Creative Arts offers an array of experiences in the Performing and Visual Arts, culminating in the senior year showcase.
HOW TO JOIN:
Students should begin the process in freshman or sophomore year by meeting with their art or performing arts teachers, or any member of the Visual Arts or Performing Arts department.
Seniors can graduate as Creative Arts Fellows in the Visual or the Performing Arts by following one of these paths:
Complete a minimum of 1.5 credits in Visual Arts classes, including a summer sketchbook between junior and senior year, either in Art or Photography
Participate in the Young Artists and Writers Festival for at least one year
Complete at least one advanced visual arts class outside of HB or participate in an internship or residency in the visual arts
Enter a minimum of two art competitions or exhibitions
Complete a capstone concentration during the junior and senior years, consisting of a series of works on a particular subject or medium
Complete a minimum of 1.5 credits in Performing Arts classes, including an advanced class in the area of concentration
Complete a minimum of one performing arts experience (master class, workshop, festival, or competition) outside of HB or participate in an internship or residency in the performing arts
Participate in at least three extracurricular performances
Complete a capstone project beginning junior year and finalized in senior year