SCRIBES: Holy Trinity’s Festival of the Arts

by Jamie White, Holy Trinity Catholic High School

featuring the work of young journalists from Simcoe Muskoka Catholic District High Schools

“But now, O Lord, you are our Father; we are the clay, and you are our potter; we are all the work of your hand.” (Isaiah 64:8)

On January 22, talented young artists transformed Holy Trinity Catholic High School in Bradford into an art museum. Art students from all grades, worked together to organize and run this fabulous event. The art show is the perfect place for these students to show off their masterpieces.

Incredible talent on display at Holy Trinity’s Festival of the Arts

Throughout the semester, students work tirelessly to create pieces for the art show. The visual art class prepares three to four different works of art to present, the drama class practices and perfects a play to perform, and the music class works on the songs they will showcase. All year, the art, drama and music students work incredibly hard to create pieces they are passionate about.

The band performs to an appreciative audience at Holy Trinity’s Festival of the Arts

With the constant support, guidance, and assistance of the art teachers, the students are able to express their inner genius and show-off their unbelievable talents. This festival gives other students and parents the ability to view and appreciate the work of their peers and children.