Imagine delving deeply into Indonesian puppetry arts, writing a play in which the puppet will perform, creating a poster that markets that play, as well as a green screen movie trailer to advertise the play. And you’re not even half-way through sixth grade.
At the heart of the program, though, is a desire to expose the girls to a new arena of expression.
“When making art, girls can be who they are. Whether they fail or succeed doesn’t matter—it’s important that they try. Mistakes are merely happy opportunities.” —Meg Brock, Fine & Performing Arts Department Chair