ROCKPORT — “We hope you will be able to join us for an evening of celebrating CHRHS arts,” said Camden Hills Regional High School, in a news release.
Fine Arts Night will be Thursday, June 3, from 5:30 - 8 p.m., at Camden Hills Regional High School.
Due to COVID, this year's celebration will be more scaled down than in past years – but we are still happy to be able to invite the community to join us - for a glimpse of art during the 20-21 school year.”
There will be a one directional path through the school, to view the art. Community members will enter by the Band Room doors (you will know where to enter because music will be playing just outside of those doors).
Please wear a mask at all times while in the building and remain socially distanced from other visitors, said the release.
You can spend time listening to the outdoor music, and then travel inside to the Strom stage where you can view 2D and 3D Art, Jewelry, Clay displays, plus information on video conversations with CHRHS alumni who are working in creative careers.
Piano music will be played on the stage while you view the art. The path will then direct you through the Black Box where Advanced Portfolio displays can be viewed. The path will then lead through the Main Lobby to the exit. Feel free to circle around and listen to more outdoor music.
“A lovely night – we hope you will join us!” said CHRHS
The Visual and Performing Arts Department
Music: Kim Murphy, Craig Ouellette
Theater: Rick Ash
Visual Art: Carolyn Brown, Suzanne Southworth, Kirsten Campbell