Middle School Fine Arts Festival

May 23, 2019
Mechanicsburg, PA

God has given each student talents and abilities to develop, celebrate, and utilize as leaders and Kingdom builders. Your students will be given the opportunity to sharpen these talents through the preparation, constructive feedback, and exposure to their peers' talents at ACSI's Fine Arts Festivals.

The middle school festival is located on the campus of Messiah College where the music portion of the festival will be primarily located in the Calvin and Janet High Center for Worship & Performing Arts which provides 92,000 square feet of space designed specifically for theatre and musical arts. Our collaboration with Messiah College results in a high-quality festival that is sure to raise the excitement levels of your students and validate the importance of fine arts education in your school.

Plan to join over 40 other schools as we come together to celebrate our students' fine arts gifts at one of our Fine Art Festivals this spring.

Art Categories

  • Abstraction
  • Art Objects
  • Assembled Art
  • Commercial Design & Visual Order
  • Image & Film Capture
  • Narratives/Storytelling
  • Nature & Observation
  • Non-Representational
  • Senior Portfolio
Music Categories

  • Choir *
  • Band/Orchestra *
  • Large Vocal Ensemble
  • Large Instrumental/Jazz Ensemble
  • Small Vocal Ensemble
  • Small Instrumental Ensemble
  • Vocal Solo
  • Instrumental Solo
  • Piano Solo

Registration: Please complete the Spring Events Registration Form with the $60 school registration fee by October 31, 2019.

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