The Memory Project is a unique program that invites art teachers and their students to create and donate portraits to youth around the world who have faced challenges such as neglect, abuse, and poverty.
The Fine & Performing Arts Program at NWC
Northwest Catholic's Fine & Performing Arts Program rivals the largest public and private schools in the State. Whether it is in the classroom, with 27 courses to choose from, or after school, with clubs ranging from Dramateurs to Muse, Northwest Catholic invites students to pursue their interests in the fine and performing arts.
Eight experienced faculty members, all professionals in their fields, champion the arts at NWC and guide students, beginner to expert.
Tuesday's Performing Arts Showcase includes performances from Northwest Catholic's courses in Dance, Acting, Musical Theater, and Jazz Choir.
Director Sara Avery explained how the school's Dramateurs are tackling social justice issues this year. She said their work is "to start conversations and ask questions about what it means to be responsible citizens of the world."
Jazz Cabaret Night is a fabulous evening of performances by NWC's accomplished musicians and vocalists for the benefit of all aspects of the school's award-winning music department.
Northwest Catholic Dramateurs took its audience on a wondrous adventure through famous fairy tales that have ignited imaginations for over two centuries.
Introduction to Dance
Honors Wind Ensemble
Advanced Jazz Band
Advanced String Ensemble
AP Music Theory
Women’s Chorus Concert
Choir Jazz Choir
Introduction to Visual Arts
Drawing and Painting
Design and Sculpture
Advanced Visual Arts
AP Studio Art
Crafts and Culture
ALL NIGHT LONG
Arts Clubs at NWC keep our young artists creating from 2:30 to 9pm. There is something inspiring happening every afternoon at NWC. Here is a sample of our Arts Clubs:
Muse Literary Magazine
Art & Anime Club