Fine Arts Newsletter
BSD7 November 2022
Complete Fine Arts Calendar of Events and Other Information
One Bozeman's Production of "The Play That Goes Wrong!"
Hawks Theater, in conjunction with Raptor Theater, presents The Play That Goes Wrong, a fast paced, ridiculously funny farce! OCT. 28,29,30 and again November 4,5,6. Fridays and Saturdays 7pm, Sunday matinee 2pm. Playing at BHS Auditorium Bozeman. Tickets $5.00 Students $10.00 Adults. Buy tickets online at https://www.fobyt.org/home or at the door. Come to what the Huffington Post called “The funniest play Broadway has ever seen!”
Visual Arts Spotlight - Chief Joseph Middle School
6th grade students used recycled materials to create animal sculptures.
Art Club Students Visit Tippit Rise Art Center
"Vantage Point" at The Robert and Gennie DeWeese Gallery - Bozeman High School
The BHS Art Club is thrilled to have the experience of both hosting Maggy and being a part of exhibiting this work in our school district.
Vantage Point will be open October 31st to December 14th. The DeWeese Gallery is free and open to the public 9:00am-3:00pm Monday thru Friday. You can locate the gallery in walls of Bozeman High School. Please sign in through the main office if you are a visitor in the school.
BSD7 Music Team Updates Mission and Vision Statement
Mission - BSD7 Music exists to prepare/equip BSD7 students to be thoughtful and skillful
producers and consumers of music.
Vision - To be a model of music instruction where every student
grows in and through their music
BSD7 Hosted MMEA Conference & All-State Music Ensembles
BSD7 hosted the Montana Music Educators Association annual state conference at Gallatin High School October 20-21. This conference brought together hundreds of educators from across the state to participate in two full days of professional development sessions including general music, orchestra, choir, band, and common interest topics. It’s an eclectic mix of music educators - from those who only teach a specific music elective in one grade level band to those who are the only music teacher in their entire district k-12.
Alongside the professional conference, MSU hosted the All-State band, choir, and orchestra ensembles. Hundreds of student musicians traveled to Bozeman October 19-21 and worked with world-class clinicians from across the country to rehearse repertoire in preparation for the final concert held Friday night at GHS.
BSD7 Music had over forty students who were selected to participate in the All-State Ensembles!
Students and teachers alike enjoyed a host night concert at Wilson Auditorium, Thursday. The special musical guest this year was American jazz singer and trombonist Aubrey Logan. In addition to her success as a solo artist, Aubrey was also an American Idol contestant, and is a featured artist with Postmodern Jukebox and the Dave Koz band.
Bozeman and Gallatin High School Marching Bands Finish Another Great Season!
The GHS Marching Band performed in exhibition in Ennis on their way to competition at the Idaho State University Mountain West Invitational in Pocatello, October 29.
The BHS Marching Band performed in exhibition in West Yellowstone on their way to competition in the Davis Cup Invitational in Kaysville, UT, October 29.
The bands performed their finale shows at the annual Hometown Show held at Van Winkle Stadium on November 1.
SUPPORT OUR ARTS BOOSTER GROUPS!
To support and promote K-12 visual arts education in Gallatin Valley Schools.
All students in Gallatin Valley schools will have access to regularly scheduled visual art classes based on the national, state and local standards, taught by certified art specialists.
BFOM was established in 1985 with the goal of supporting music in the Bozeman Public School District – above and beyond the ordinary. Today, this original mission is as important as ever. BFOM works year-round to raise funds and support exceptional music education.
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