SPOTLIGHT

Through the arts I learn....

Toto,  I've got a feeling we're not in Kansas anymore.

-Dorothy

Spooky Animations with the Grade 2/3's!

Students drew a landscape with a foreground, middle ground, and background. They added details and used skills of overlapping and horizontal line. They painted their landscapes with watercolour paints. Afterward, students drew animated characters on the iPads using the DOINK app while learning the terms opaque and transparency. They animated their characters over their landscapes by layering the digital version of their painting under their semi-transparent or opaque characters. They created a path and added rotations in their clip.

Collaboration Day!

Students, core teachers, and arts teachers collaborate to produce art events based on core subjects.

Yellow Submarine on Stage

The first time "The Sub" has parked on a local stage

With a Beatles songbook in hand and a first of its kind script, the students of Studio9 designed the show top to bottom with set designs, make-up, costume plans, logistics, and even getting involved in putting the Playbill together. With adult/teacher mentoring they brought this show to the Kelowna Mary Irwin Theatre for three evenings and two matinees putting 100 students on or around the stage in song, dance, comedy and acting. Having a school wide performance week is important to the learning Through the Arts curriculum at Studio9 and a special teamwork is developed student to student and staff to staff, as well as any combination of the above. The audiences loved it for the colour, the music, the costumes and the fun.

Singing with The Tenors

Studio9 Student Choir

Under the direction of Sandi Mottle (Deschner) 18 Studio9 students Grade 2 to 8 sang and harmonized with the world renowned Tenors on November 29, 2018 at their Home for the Holidays concert at Prospera Place in Kelowna before over 4 thousand people.  This song is Santa's Wish and students learned Hallelujah and Oh Holy Night.

Student Tours You Through Studio9

Take a look inside the doors at Studio9 School of the Arts and see what students see

Studio9 School of the Arts is different from other schools.  Besides all of our electives being Arts, we have a special community and student bond to their school, their teachers and their projects. We enlisted Castanet News to take an outsider look at the school for a fresh perspective and they produced a series o0f videos for their site. Click Here

Our Future Our World 2018

Original Student Music, Lyrics, Poetry and Dance

In Just 4 months students at Studio9 School of the Arts (in addition to doing regular school class work) wrote original lyrics and poetry, learned their instruments, put lyrics to music, learned choreography and then performed it all live. The Theme Our Future Our World.  This is a compilation of numbers from the K-1's to the Grade 12's. Their poetry have been published in a book and also been put Online at the share site NoiseTrade. Hope you clicked this link:)

Tour of Studio9 in Japanese

James International Export Co. has produced a cool Studio9 tour for potential international students

Emi Mori of James International has international student Hana Kondo show you a day in her life at Studio9 as well as what else is going on in the school.

Tech Day!

Tech day is a busy day for setting each segment of the show for lighting, sound and blocking..

Free The Word 2016

Spoken Word, Poetry & Music

Studio9 School of the Arts students in Kelowna perform on the theme of Social Change...I am me...and I count! Make a change in your world because you can. #socialchange150 start the conversation.

Thrill The World 2018

90 Dancers celebrated Thrill the World Day with dancers around the world dancing to Michael Jackson's Thriller. We raised money and food for the Salvation Army Christmas drive

TTW is more than just dancing to a 6 minute song. This is a global community project that is inspiring others to break down barriers, connect with people of all religions, race, political and economic persuasions, contribute to helping humanity, encourage environmental stewardship and encourage people to step up as leaders, visionaries, and creators.

Our Zombies took over Stuart Park in Downtown Kelowna, October 27th to dance Thriller with the world at exactly 3:00 p.m.

Studio9 Music Wall

Music Wall Drumming

Zac Gauthier, drum teacher, plays the newly installed Music wall on the entrance to Studio9 School of the Arts (K - 12) in Kelowna B.C. www.studio9.ca and facebook.com/studio9kelowna

Chaos of Theatre "James and the Giant Peach 2016"

Student Film Project

The students of Studio9 Independent School of the Arts in Kelowna, BC, Canada, had a great time putting together performances of James and the Giant Peach in June 2016. We call it Chaos of Theatre because of the creative chaos that happens as actors, singers, dancers and stage crew grow and mature during the theatre process.

Show Rehearsal and Readiness at Studio9 School of the Arts

As theatre show time approaches it gets very busy with full rehearsals, sets, props, and costumes. This is a short moving picture of a May afternoon at Studio9 School of the Arts in Kelowna

Studio9 at Inspired Word Cafe Shaw April 28 2016

Teacher Heather Crown and several students were the invited guests for a regular Inspired Word Cafe taping on Shaw TV in Kelowna. From poems on Word, iPhones, and Middle School to music, Heather, and her students performed their work to an appreciative crowd.

Studio9 School of the Arts Kelowna

Imagine a School... (short version)

An school introduction and overview. See how much creative juices flow at Studio9 and how we make education exciting!

Free The Word 2015

Students produce original spoken word poetry and/or songs from Creative Writing class and performed them March 5, 2015 at the Kelowna Streaming Cafe. This was presented to a live audience as well as streamed live online. The compositions came with mentoring from Kelowna Inspiration Word Cafe and the entire process/event was sponsored by ArtStarts and SOCAN Foundation.  Students wrote poems and lyrics in Creative Writing. They wrote and practiced the music in Band classes.

Zoe - Hallelujah

Zoe Welch, Studio9 School of the Arts in Kelowna, singing Hallelujah in the summer of 2015.

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