Dean Marvin V. Curtis
Welcome to the October Aspire e-newsletter. I was happy to learn the WNIT documentary Kicking the Notes the Toradze Way has just has been named one of the top 24 out of 124 entrees in the prestigious International Television Festival Golden Prague awards. By being named to the top 24, Kicking the Notes the Toradze Way is eligible for the grand prize, which will be determined during the Festival.
The school’s 20th anniversary celebration continues with a special performance on October 5th with the Dancing Earth Ensemble. The ensemble is a Native American dance troupe from Sante Fe, New Mexico. The Ernestine M. Raclin School of the Arts welcomes you to attend this exciting performance.
The month of October will feature many exciting milestones in the Ernestine M. Raclin School of the Arts. Our students and faculty are diligently preparing for music recital, Animal Farm: The Musical, the IUSB Forum featuring Dr. Karen McDevitt and Dr. Angela Windfield, and a special scholarship recital honoring retired voice instructor Virginia Morrow.
Our students are our most important asset. They are taught by faculty who work to inspire them every day. Come and see what we aspire to do at the Ernestine M. Raclin School of the Arts!