Southeastern to Hold its 6th Annual Arts Appreciation Night
Southeastern Regional Vocational Technical High School will hold its sixth annual Arts Appreciation Night on Thursday, February 16, from 5:30 p.m.—7:30 p.m. The idea to celebrate the variety of arts produced by students at SET came from Kerri Cooper, performing arts instructor, as a means of celebrating the many vocational areas and artistic talents of SET students. The event is open to the public for a suggested $3.00 donation at the door.
Students from many of Southeastern’s vocational areas have been highlighted at Arts Appreciation nights including: Video and Performing Arts, Metal Fabrication, Construction, Culinary Arts, and Computer and Electronic Engineering. Students showcase everything from paintings, photographs, wood and metal work projects, to music, drama, robots and even edible creations. The last event of the evening is the performance of the play, “10 Ways to Survive the Zombie Apocalypse.”
Students who are showcasing pieces that evening are allowed to invite as many friends and family members as they wish. The goal is to allow them to feel the pride that comes with an audience admiring their best pieces of artwork from their vocational areas. The night is sure to be another successful display of the many talented students at Southeastern Regional.
By: Traci Wheeler