Olive School had a great turn out on Friday night, May 29, for their Multicultural Festival. Besides the great food and lively music, families were treated to a wonderful display of art and dance by their very talented students.
YIA Mentor Artist Julia James worked with third graders to explore a variety of media and techniques including drawing, watercolors, soft pastel and collage.
First and Fifth Graders worked with Dancer Tedje Rose on traditional Brazilian dances including the Jaguar Dance (first grade), and the Umbrella Dance for fifth graders.
Second Graders worked with Maestre Netza Vidal on Mexican Ballet Folklorico, and incorporated traditional costumes and music into their dance.