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News: 12/15/2020

Come have some serious fun at ArtQuest!



ArtQuest at Santa Rosa High School is in its 27th year of training young artists, and the eight art specialties are currently accepting applications for the 21/22 school year. If your young artist is passionate about his/her art and wants to enter a community of like-minded students, then ArtQuest could be their high school home.

Departments of Dance, Digital Arts, Instrumental Music, Photography, Theatre Arts, Video Arts, Visual Fine Arts and Vocal Music offer rigorous training from industry professionals. Guest artists, field trips, and exhibit and performance opportunities are a regular part of the curriculum.

ArtQuest is devoted to the development of respect, empathy, accountability, and community-mindedness. They believe in the transformative power of art and are committed to connecting students to the global arts culture.

Applications are being accepted now. Go to www.artquestonline.org/ for complete information on how to apply.


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