NHSD 44th Annual Arts Alive Event
North Hills School District will host the 44th annual Arts Alive program sponsored by Linda Mitzel Photography. The annual program celebrates the creative accomplishments of students in kindergarten through high school. Arts Alive is free and open to the community.
The North Hills tradition features student work from a variety of mediums such as pottery, paintings, drawings, sculpture, photographs, school publications and writing projects as well as student work from the family and consumer science and technology education departments and performances from the music department.
This year’s event features many new additions to the annual event including:
A Middle School Mother’s Day STEAM flower sale featuring pottery containers made by art students with 3D-printed tags created by technology education students utilizing computer aided design software. Proceeds from the sale will benefit North Hills Community Outreach.
An array of culinary options from the World Language Department in the high school cafeteria. Bring your family and enjoy dinner!
An art gallery opening-style event in the high school rotunda with juried exhibitions from high school artists and pottery, photography and film demonstrations. From 5 to 7 p.m., Coffee Buddha will offer coffee, espresso beverages and hot cocoa in exchange for a donation to the district’s Art Department.
North Hills Sculpture Contest that features totem poles decorated and designed by various clubs and activities in a districtwide project.
North Hills Game Fest showcasing board games and video games created by district students in Room G13.
A history project and photo display completed by National Honor Society members detailing the story of 16 current and former North Hills School District buildings in the middle school LGI room.
Hands-on arts activities for children and demonstrations by various area arts organizations.
Elementary and middle school art displays as well as Quilts crafted by high school family and consumer sciences students in the gymnasium.
Choral and instrument performances in the auditorium and courtyard areas and poetry readings by the high school Poetry Club.