Academy Of Creative Arts – Annual Art Show And Student Recitals
Over 150 students will be showcasing their art, dance and music talent at the Academy of Creative Arts Annual Art show and student recitals on May 19.
Academy of Creative Arts – Annual Art Show and Student Recitals – May 19 from 3-5pm
Academy of Creative Arts is hosting its student’s annual art show and recitals for most out of their 30+ creative and performing art programs. The art show and recital will be held at 12 A Street, Burlington, MA 01803 from 3-5 pm on Sunday May 19, 2019.
This is one of a kind event and talent show where students learning painting will exhibit their art work, kids and adults learning Odissi will perform Odissi dance, students learning Bollywood would perform on a bubbly Bollywood numbers, students from learning music through Shankar Mahadevan Academy + Academy of Creative Arts collaboration for the first time will showcase their singing talent and learnings. Students that have learnt other art forms like Henna/Mehndi, Bhangra, Piano, Tabla, Guitar, Photography, Public Speaking etc. will also be showcasing and demonstrating their talents in various ways.
This would also be a great opportunity for visitors to try some of the programs for free such as – free play of Table Tennis, free Bollywood / BollyX or Zumba trials etc.
“This is the time of the year where we showcase all our kids art and invite parents, friends and family members to enjoy art and also encourage all the kids that are showcasing their expressions through various mediums” said Dr. Java Joshi the founder of Academy of Creative Arts.
“This is a celebration of our students and we want each student and parents to feel proud of what they have learnt and created… it’s our honor and privilege to provide a platform for all the students and parents to showcase their talent and art to the community…” said Hetal Joshi the co-founder of Academy of Creative Arts.
The student art show and annual performance is a FREE event held at the Academy of Creative Arts new 18000 sq.ft facility at 12 A Street, Burlington, MA 01803 on May 19 from 3-5 pm.
The event will be full of creative outburst from all the Academy students. All members of our community, kids, parents are invited to come and encourage the buddings artists as they perform/showcase their talent.
Academy of Creative Arts is a school where 30+ different forms of creative and performing art programs like Drawing, Painting, Kathak, Bollywood, Odissi, Bharatnatyam, Kathak, Bhangra dances, Henna/Mehndi, Hindustani vocal, Hindi movie songs, Piano, Tabla, Guitar, Public Speaking, Hindi, Theatre/Acting, Table Tennis are all taught under one roof in Burlington. More details about the programs and the event can be found at www.academyofcreativearts.org.
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