Fine Arts at Bayside
- Hosts receptions for some of Bayside Academy's annual Christmas programs and recitals.
- Assists the art department in preparing work for many spring art shows throughout the area.
- Supports the Fine Arts Department in presenting the annual Fine Arts Day at Bayside in March. This event showcases a variety of live music, artists, authors, potters, theater, dance and hands-on exhibits for the entire student body.
- Sponsors an annual Christmas card sale featuring the original work of Bayside students.
- Provides assistance to the Theater Department in the form of locating and acquiring props and costumes for their productions.
News & Happenings
Volunteer Help Needed!
Mrs. Phyllis Horne will need LOTS of volunteers to come help mount, shrink wrap, and label student art for the upcoming art shows. Please contact her beginning February 1, if you are available, to coordinate a convenient and appropriate time. She can be contacted at 251-338-6372 or email@example.com. Thank you!
Spring Production of Peter Pan
Mark your calendars now for the spring production of Peter Pan, March 7-10, 2013. Stay tuned for ticket information - this is sure to be a sold-out show! There will be a meeting for the parents of the cast on January 24, 5:45 pm, in the Pilot Center. Details to follow. Posted 1/9/13
Bayside Academy Students Presented Dracula
Bayside Academy students had a successful run performing The Passion of Dracula. Held in the Pilot Center Theatre, the students performed to great crowds earlier this month. According to director Tim Kirby, “I could not have been happier with The Passion of Dracula. The cast and crew did an amazing job bringing this passion project of mine to life. I could not have asked for a great group of students with which to work. I’m still receiving accolades about how professionally the students performed. Next up, we fly in Peter Pan.” Posted 11/26/12
Bayside Academy Students Paint Mural
Bayside Academy fourth graders recently created a mural that was installed in Head of School Peter Huestis’s office. The 16-piece mural, entitled “All I Really Need to Know I Learned in Kindergarten,” is painted on tar paper with acryllic paint. Each three- to four-student group was assigned a portion of the book written by Robert Fulghum and collaborated to design the final illustration that would be a part of the mural. Posted 11/26/12