SFUSD Arts Festival and Community Celebration 2013!
- Hi Rosi,
Please include this in Escuela BVHM. We will have representation at the Youth Arts Festival at the Asian Art Museum with six class art
projects and six individual artworks from across the K-8 spectrum. The 6/7/8 Honor Choir and the 5th Grade Chorus will also be performing a half hour version of Pirates of Penzance at 10:45 am on Thursday, 3/7, in Samsung Hall there.
Bob Armstrong 926 Esmeralda Ave. San Francisco, CA 94110 415-515-8815 Art Website: www.bobarmstrongart.com
Date: Thu, 28 Feb 2013 14:35:31 -0800
Subject: SFUSD Arts Festival and Community Celebration 2013!
For the past 27 years this unique San Francisco event, (formerly Young at Art), has been a point of destination for families, teachers, artists and community members from San Francisco and beyond. The promise of equity and access in arts education for all students K-12 during the curricular day, made real by the SFUSD's groundbreaking Arts Education Master Plan, finds its point of destination in this festival, where all who attend may see for themselves the inspiration and creativity inherent in all of our youngest San Franciscans!
Click on the picture below for a summary of events and performances (updated 2/18/2013).
Performances take place in Samsung Hall of the Asian Art Museum during the day, March 3-March 8. Literary and Media Arts events are presented in the Koret Auditorium of the San Francisco Public Library, Main Branch, March 3, 2pm and March 5, 10am. Admission to the Asian Art Museum is free to those coming to the SFUSD Arts Festival. Open daily from 10am-5pm and Thursday, March 7, 10am-9pm (Community Celebration 5-8pm, Samsung Hall).
The Visual & Performing Arts Department extends heartfelt thanks to the Asian Art Museum, San Francisco Public Library (Main Branch), San Francisco Mayor’s Office, San Francisco Film Society, San Francisco Arts Commission, Creative Impact arts education community, students, teachers, parents, artists and all those who further the work of arts education in the schools.
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