April 2019 archive

Apr 25

Chalk Up Another for Visual Arts

Metro Richmond Stem Fair held an art competition. The winner’s creation was used for the cover for the 27th Annual Metro Richmond STEM Fair program. Yes, you guessed it, one of CFA’s Visual Arts Level I students, Viktoria Fisher, won 1st place and was awarded the honor of gracing the cover, a trophy and 1st prize. …

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Apr 23

New York, New York..a Heck of a Town!

One week ago today at the crack of dawn, 50 excited students and 5 very brave adults boarded a bus and headed to New York City for the Theatre/Musical Theatre Spring trip. Some had been before, but for some it was their very first venture to the Big Apple. They only stayed for 2 nights …

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Apr 23

♪ ♫ Money, Money, Money, Money ♫ ♪

ATTENTION ALL CFA Seniors and Visual Arts Sophomores  and Juniors!!!!! This Friday, April 26, 2019, at 4:30 PM, is the deadline for applications for all  the FCFA  Scholarships. As we all know college is EXPENSIVE! Every little bit helps. Why turn down the chance to receive some of that help from Friends of Center for the …

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Apr 18

And the Hits Just Keep on Comin’

Visual Arts is on fire! 2 more students have won prestigious awards for their work at Center for the Arts. Amina Coleman-Davis and Virginia Suddarth have both been honored with national awards. Amina received the highest award for a piece in the region, The American Voice and Visions medal. Virginia was awarded a Silver Key. …

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Apr 17

What’s in the Box?

Hallie Wilson, a senior in CFA’s Visual Arts program, wondered just that. Last year she was given an assignment to use a box in a creative way. While glancing at the huge color printer in her art class, she got an idea and ran with it. What if little people were inside furiously painting pages as they …

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Apr 15

They Said “YES!”

It all began in the fall of 2018. Interested students flocked to Open Houses about Specialty Centers in Henrico County and took in  hours of information. The journey began to help make their decision of where they would spend their high school years. After a detailed application was completed and sent in, 236 students showed …

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