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Dear Armstrong Arts Patrons:

Welcome to an exciting new year at Armstrong AMT. This year our music program introduces its inaugural Mardi Gras concert and continues to highight the keyboard with its Piano in the Arts concert series. Our Masquers theatre troupe presents a very special two-night cabaret run, and our art program fires the kilns for Raku Pizza Night just before and after the weeks our senior art majors fill the gallery with the work of their college portfolios.

Some Spring highlights:

  • Masquers: Water by the Spoonful, by 2012 Pulitzer Prize winner Quiara Alegria Hudes.
  • Piano in Arts Series: Savannah vocalist Roger Moss and Armstrong's own Emily Grundstad-Hall take the stage for a night of song in January; pianist Silvije Vidovic returns for Romantic Expressions, featuring Sergei Prokofiev's Scenes from Romeo and Juliet.
  • Armstrong National 2-D Competition Exhibition: Artists submitted work from around the nation, and we now have 30 excellent works selected for the show. Enjoy the fascinating creations in graphic art, painting, drawing, photography, print making, and various mixed media.

Our partnerships are boundless. Savannah Winds, Youth Orchestra, Raku Pizza Night… the list goes on. Each event brings us into the community, and our community closer to us.

These events and many, many more await you here at Armstrong AMT. We couldn’t do it alone, though, so we offer thanks for the ongoing support of Armstrong’s Student Government Association for making it possible to have such cultural jewels on our campus.

Your support helps us to do even more. Please take a moment to consider assisting us by contributing to an Armstrong arts scholarship fund. Visit our website or contact me for details.

Tom Cato, Ed.D.
Department Head

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