Zeitgeist Fine Arts Showcase a Success

Zeitgeist Fine Arts Showcase a Success
Marshall School students art will be on display all of March at the Zeitgeist Arts Cafe as a part of national Youth Art Month.
The Hilltoppers and Zeitgeist celebrated Tuesday with a gallery opening for the month-long display. Coverage of the event can be found here: http://bit.ly/1GS5qkN
The event was one of the most exciting and enjoyable experiences of the winter season, noted many attendees. The gallery opening featured a selection of student visual artwork from Marshall students in grades 4 through 12. Additionally, there were selections by Marshall’s Poetry Out Loud performers and multiple student music ensemble groups. 

“This is a wonderful opportunity for our students to have their talents and unique works on display for Youth Art Month,” Amber Burns, Marshall School art teacher said. “Duluth is a fantastic, supportive community for the arts, and having a great partner like Zeitgeist help highlight the importance of art for young people is important.”

Started in 1961, Youth Arts Month is an annual, nationwide observance to emphasize the value of art and art education for all children and to encourage support and quality for student art programs.

The Fine Arts Program at Marshall School provides a creative environment with opportunities for students through music, visual arts, and theater. The curriculum works to instill life-long appreciation for the fine arts, cultivates discipline, fosters enduring character traits, and equips students with skills of creativity, crucial thinking, communication, and collaboration. Marshall’s fine arts faculty members maintain active artistic lives, especially in the Duluth community, and bring real-world experience to the classroom. They also strive to provide opportunities through enriched fine arts experiences with local, national, and international artists.