Celebrate the arts: Fine Arts Festival

Fine Arts Council highlights talented students in an all-encompassing family event!
Fine Arts Festival
Wednesday, April 19
4:30 to 6:30 PM
On campus

Our Fine Arts Council (FAC)- parent volunteers dedicated to the arts- have put together a huge celebration next week, packed full of music, art, dance, food and fun!

"These talented kids deserve to be recognized," says Melanie Creel, Fine Arts Council President-Elect. "We wanted to make this celebration as big as we could to highlight all the wonderful fine arts programs that Cooper has."

Those who attend can be both a spectator and a participant of the arts, with live music and aerial silk performances from students, an art gallery, and opportunities to paint in virtual reality, make your own bouquet or instrument, or have your own likeness drawn as a caricature.

Cooper is partnering with others in The Woodlands and surrounding communities for this family night out: One Trick Peony Plant Bar, Gambino's Wood Fired Pizza, Tiki's Ice, M&K Snow Cones, and Abby's Funnel Cakes and Sweets are a few businesses that will be there.

We hope to see you there!

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