DAVIDSON – Community School of Davidson celebrated the importance of keeping arts programs with a student showcase on April 4.
“It speaks to the importance of art in our school that none of the art was created for Davidson’s Art Crawl,” said Beth Kemp, who coordinated the event. “All of the artwork on display is from our daily mix of art in the curriculum.”
High school woodworking students displayed chessboards, tables, skateboards and musical instruments, while middle school woodworkers displayed birdhouses and games. Photography students displayed in-depth profiles of local businesses and personalities, while visual art students exhibited pottery, sketches, color-wheel-inspired art, 3D art and human-shaped sculptures made from tape and cellophane.
Middle and high school dance students added to the evening with live performance art.