Night of the Arts
Wednesday, June 10, 2020 6-9pm
WHO: CAPE Students of all ages are encouraged to participate!!!
WHEN: Wednesday, June 10 (6pm to 9pm)
WHERE: Online via Zoom - Live viewing of pre-recorded performances and art
INVITE: Friends and family are invited and encouraged to attend this very special evening!!
NOTE: Zoom meeting information will be sent to CAPE members to share with friends and family at a later date.
Night of the Arts is one of the most entertaining and fun events of the year. For those unfamiliar with this program, this is CAPE's version of a talent show, complete with poetry, drama and bible recitations, musicians, skit actors, singers, dancers and martial artists. If your child has a talent to share, we want to showcase it. In addition to performing arts, we include visual art such as drawings, painting, pottery, jewelry, mixed media pieces, dioramas, LEGO creations and fiber arts, such as quilting. We welcome and encourage every student to participate, whether they are preschool age or soon to graduate high school. The fact that we have artists of all ages/abilities is what makes this event so special and fun!
Please e-mail Heidi Brown (email@example.com) to register. Each participant is invited to submit up to TWO (2) video performances. This can be any combination of Individual and/or Group performances (i.e. One individual and one group or two individual performances). For visual art submissions, each artist may submit up to THREE (3) pieces of art. Art may be submitted as still photos or a video. See submission guidelines below.
Registration deadline: Wednesday, June 3rd, 2020
If you have questions about registration, please contact Heidi Brown (firstname.lastname@example.org or 509-972-2181).
First and foremost, all performances and artwork must be God honoring. If in doubt about lyrics or content, please choose another piece.
Please encourage your performers to chose a song/piece/talent that they are proud of and excite to present. If this piece is new, practice and rehearsal may be needed before you record. Encourage them to dress up as if they were performing on stage in person. This really adds something to the event and makes it that much more special for them.
Students may submit up to two performances, any combination of individual and group. For instrumental performances, please be sure to capture on video both the instrument and your performer's face and hands. For recitations, please have your student state the name of the piece, recite and then repeat the name of the piece. (For example, Psalm 23, recite, Psalm 23.)
Please submit still photos or a video of your student's artwork. Please include the artist's name, age or grade, title of the piece, and medium used for the piece.
Example: Mary Jones, age 12, Stars in the Sky, Watercolor