Special Artweek Classes at Monomoy Regional High School

April 30th - Art demonstration and department tours

As part of ArtWeek, a statewide celebration of the arts, Monomoy Regional High School will welcome visitors, guests, and community members to head back to school! Join the MRHS Visual and Performing Arts Department on Tuesday, April 30, for special ArtWeek art classes. MRHS teachers and students will be holding a short art demonstration project and department tours. The sessions are: 1st Period, 8:45 to 9:49 a.m.; 2nd Period, 9:53 to 10:57 a.m.; and 3rd Period, 11:01 a.m. to 12:05 p.m. Please meet in the MRHS main office for a student escort. Monomoy Regional School District’s collaboration with ArtWeek is one of many events throughout the town of Harwich. Events for all ages are offered at the Harwich Cultural Center, Brooks Free Library, and Harwich Community Center. A complete list of events is available online at harwich-ma.gov.   

About ArtWeek – Presented by Highland Street Foundation and produced by the Boch Center, ArtWeek is an annual award-winning innovative festival featuring more than 500 unique and creative experiences that are hands-on, interactive or offer behind-the-scenes access to artists or the creative process. ArtWeek was born in Boston in 2013 and now serves over 100 communities across Massachusetts as the signature nonprofit community program of the Center. Lead Champions are the Mass Cultural Council and Massachusetts Office of Travel & Tourism and sponsors include Mass Cultural Council (Creative Communities Sponsor), the Greater Boston Convention & Visitors Bureau and WCVB Channel 5. To learn more about regional and local collaborators as well as about the festival and its growth, visit www.artweekma.org.


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