Every year, the Charter Arts faculty, staff, and students give back to the community through performances, fundraising, and volunteerism.
From donations to organizations like the American Cancer Society and The Haiti Health Trust to many free community performances at places like Moravian Village and the Salvation Army to countless acts of volunteerism with various initiatives such as Special Olympics and Out of the Darkness, Charter Arts values the importance of giving back to the community.
When Covid-19 shut down schools in March just as Charter Arts’ spring performance season was about to kick into full gear, students and faculty still found ways to share their artistry through virtual performances. The Senior Art Exhibit, Virtual Student Play Readings, the Songwriters Cafe, the Vocalist Cafe, the Spring Virtual Piano Recital, the Literary Arts Lodge Reading, and other events drew in great virtual audiences.
In addition, clubs continued valuable community outreach in creative ways. For instance, the Charter Arts Instrumental Club created a virtual concert that was shared with the community organizations that they would normally have performed for this spring.
CHECK OUT SOME VIRTUAL EVENTS:
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