Sacred Heart Art Shows
Sacred Heart's Annual Art Show, "Through the Looking Class", is held at the Kingston Public Library for the entire month of April. In this show, student artwork is displayed in a public forum where their talent and hard work can reach a wider audience. Artwork from students in grades 7-12 is selected by art teacher, Julie Trahon. Sacred Heart is very proud and supportive of our young artists!
Sacred Heart also has an art show in May in conjunction with Spring Fest; a Sacred Heart tradition of sports, artwork, musical acts and family fun. Artwork for this show is selected by art teacher, Julie Trahon, but all students in grades 7-12 are eligible to enter their artwork. For this event, the school gym is transformed into a gallery space where family and friends can gather to appreciate the arts and support our school artists. Attendees are also given an opportunity to vote for their favorite sculpture in the Sacred Heart sculpture competition. In 2013 the competition was an "Edible Art" contest where students created sculptures out of food. In 2014 students created recycled art for the sculpture contest. All students are welcome to enter! In addition, digital photography students are encouraged to take photographs of attendees at the Spring Fest photo booth. Art Club students participate by working at the face painting and henna booths. All around, Spring Fest is a wonderful event where student artists, musicians, and athletes can share their talents!