On May 3, 2019 at 5-7 p.m., an event is being held at Mooresville High School. This art and music festival dedicated to Kiersten Woodward is in honor and in memory of her.
“The whole evening is supposed to be spent celebrating the artist Kiersten is and the inner artist that she inspired in other people.” junior Elizabeth Kasper said.
MHS and Herron High School are asked to perform a song or an art piece that can either be viewed for the evening or auctioned off. All proceeds go to Peyton Manning’s Children’s Hospital.
Auditions were held April 10 for the music portion of the arts festival. Students can sing, dance, and play their favorite instrument.
“Art donation forms can be picked up from Mrs. Summerlot and once those are filled out you can drop off the artworks in Eickhoff’s Room A125,” Sydney Wells said.
NHS has planned this Art Festival and have spent the past couple weeks spreading the word around.
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