Randolph School

National Arts in Education Week

Arts in Education Week

Randolph School is proud to celebrate National Arts in Education Week, September 13 - 17, with a performance and special events that are open to the community. At Randolph, we believe a strong arts program is an essential part of a complete education. Our program engages students in grades K-12 in both producing and experiencing the arts. During National Arts in Education Week, we share this important message with friends, family, and communities. Proceeds from all events benefit the visual and performing arts programs at Randolph School, a 501 (c)(3) organization.

The Headliner Performance

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Live Concert

Act of Congress will perform on Tuesday, September 14th at 7:00pm in the Thurber Arts Center. Buy tickets now!

- $30: Adults
- $10: Students
- Free: Age 5 and Under

The singer-songwriter group comes to us from Birmingham, Alabama with a wide array of songs and genres that’s groovy for the whole family. The concert will feature some our Randolph’s own vocal and instrumental guest soloists! The performance is open to all with limited in-person seating.

Other Special Events

Dan Burch

Dan Burch

Wednesday, September 15th

Randolph's Upper School Library

Huntsville sculptor Dan Burch speaks to us about his passion for art and inspiration behind fascinating works such as “Sacrifice” near Huntsville Veteran’s Memorial and “Fallen Officers” near downtown police headquarters.


Middle School Band Performance

Wednesday, September 15th
Toyota Field Stadium

Come hear Randolph's Middle School Concert Band play the Star Spangled Banner for the Trash Pandas vs. Blue Wahoos game under the direction of Mrs. Norrell Ausman! Purchase game tickets here.

Marianne Ploger

Marianne Ploger

Thursday, September 16th
Thurber Arts Center

Former Associate Professor of Music Perception and Cognition and Director of Musicianship at Vanderbilt University, Blair School of Music, Marianne Ploger shares her fascinating discoveries between music and the brain after extensive study with famed pedagogue Nadia Boulanger in Paris. Come learn about the inspiring neurological benefits of hearing, analyzing, and experiencing music in real time. Register here in advance to attend.

virtual artome gallery

Virtual Artomé Art Gallery

Monday, September 13 - Friday, September 17th

One of the many special events during Arts in Education Week is the Virtual Artomé Art Gallery. Friends and family, both near and far, can purchase prints of Randolph students' original artwork on virtual display. Prints mailed to the recipient the following week. View and purchase prints here.

Rachel Larose Art

Art by Rachel Larose

Saturday, September 18th
Monte Sano State Park

The Monte Sano Art Festival has been an exciting tradition for the North Alabama community for over two decades. Featuring over 120 of the best in local and regional artists representing an array of disciplines and techniques, the Monte Sano Art Festival is a treasure chest full of one-of-a-kind masterpieces. Come see our very own Upper School Ceramics teacher Mrs. Rachel Larose featured as one of the exhibiting artists.

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