The 2009 Kentucky Center Governor's School for the Arts summer program is in full swing on the campus of Transylvania University in Lexington. For the next three weeks, over 200 of the state's most promising young artists, designers, writers, dancers, musicians, vocalists, and performers will receive intensive daily instruction in one of nine artistic disciplines: visual art, dance, instrumental music, vocal music, drama, creative writing, architecture, new media, and musical theatre.
The GSA staff is posting daily updates, along with photos and video, on their site: http://www.kentuckygsa.org.
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Here's a recap of what took place this week:
June 21 - GSA opening day: Welcome ceremony, Move-in, Photo Night
June 22 - Day One: Video response to the Question of the Day, performance by jazz pianist Harry Pickens
June 23 - Day Two: Video response to the Question of the Day, Personal Geography (faculty sharing stories of their creative journeys in visual arts, creative writing, architecture, drama)
June 24 - Day Three: Video response to the Question of the Day, Visual Arts Immersion day, GSA gallery hop in Lexington, Dance field trip to Cincinnati
June 25 - Day Four: Video response to the Question of the Day, Vocal Music Immersion day, including a Karaoke Sing-Off