ASN Seattle Conference member schools make headlines

Raquel Glasser dances in the California Dreamin' segment of "Bloom: A Tribute to California's Creativity"  during rehearsals Saturday. Huntington Beach Academy for the Performing Arts and the Orange County School of the Arts are working together to do a piece will be performed at an event in Seattle that highlights how dance and media work together.  ///ADDITIONAL INFORMATION: VA.SeattleDance.1029 Ð 10/17/15 Ð BILL ALKOFER, - ORANGE COUNTY REGISTER -  Huntington Beach Academy for the Performing Arts and the Orange County School of the Arts are working together to do a piece will be performed at an event in Seattle that highlights how dance and media work together.

Raquel Glasser dances in the California Dreamin’ segment of “Bloom: A Tribute to California’s Creativity” during rehearsals Saturday. Huntington Beach Academy for the Performing Arts and the Orange County School of the Arts are working together to do a piece will be performed at an event in Seattle that highlights how dance and media work together.

Students from Huntington Beach Academy for the Performing Arts and the Orange County School of the Arts demonstrated true artistic collaboration recently when they joined forces to create one production that was premiered at the Arts Schools Network’s annual conference in Seattle. The conference, which draws arts education leaders and teachers from around the world, including faculty members from both Orange County schools, focuses on trends in arts education.

The theme for this year’s conference was Technology and the Arts. Given both Orange County schools’ experience with this concept, it seemed appropriate that 60 of their students, from several disciplines, would be invited to present a work that would show how digital arts can be used in combination with the performing arts.

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