CHS Fine Arts

Keirstine Weaver, currently a CHS sophomore, models a headdress from last year’s show. The headdress, made out of foam board and hosiery, was designed and created by Claremore graduate Murrell Collins. Collins is currently attending Clary Stage School of Design in Tulsa.

Claremore High School will be hosting its second annual Fine Arts Show at 6 p.m. Thursday at the Robson Performing Arts Center. The event showcases all of the Fine Arts students’ talents and will feature the CHS Band, Choir, Drama/Poetry team, Visual Arts and more. Entry is free to the public.

“This show is not only great for the students, but it is also a way of attracting the community’s attention to the pool of talent we have right here in Claremore,” said Karla Kelman, CHS art teacher. 
This year’s MC will be senior Hannah Helbig.
“Hannah was a tremendous help in organizing this year’s show,” said Kelman. “I’m excited for the public to witness the talent of these accomplished students.”