Governor’s School will be May 31 – June 25th, 2015.
We are delighted that you will be joining us this 2015 Governor’s School program. We congratulate you and your family for receiving this honor.
Many plans are underway for you this summer. You will have the chance to work with some of the best faculty and professionals from around the world. There will be incredible artists in each discipline that will open new doors and new ways of thinking about your art and collaborations. Many faculty and professionals will become mentors throughout your lives.
As we continue to plan on making this the best experience for each of you; also you will have plans to make. You will be receiving information between now and the beginning of the school that will explain what is expected from you.
Again, congratulations! Check the website, your email, and regular mail for communications and numbers where you may reach the chairs and production coordinators in your area if you need additional information.
We look forward to seeing you soon.
Raphael Bundage – Director of GSFTA
February 7, 2015 Notification of Acceptance
February 15, 2015 Deadline for students to notify GSFTA if they will be attending
March 1, 2015 Student information packets will be mailed to all students attending GSFTA 2015
March 15, 2015 Notification of Alternates as needed
March 25, 2015 Deadline for alternates to notify GSFTA if they will be attending
May 1, 2015 Deadline to return paperwork needed for GSFTA attendance
May 31st, 2015 Student Registration Day Schedule for Governor’s School for the Arts is as Follows:
Art, Dance, Filmmaking, and Theatre Students – 9:30 a.m. (Location: Wright Music Building)
Music Students – 11:00 a.m. (Location: Wright Music Building)
Orientation for All Areas – 2:00 p.m. (Location: Tucker Theatre)
Find out more about the Governor’s School for the Arts with the Video below.
Our MissionThe Tennessee Governor’s School for the Arts exists to provide high quality arts education for gifted and talented high school students in the state of Tennessee.
The pre-professional summer curriculum includes individual and group instruction designed to help each student explore and develop his or her talents in music, ballet, theatre, filmmaking, and visual art. About four hours a day, six days a week are spent working in the major area of concentration. If you are a former student, visit the Governor’s School Alumni Center.
The Tennessee Governor’s School for the Arts is a month long summer program for rising 11th and 12th grade students in Tennessee. Administered by the State Department of Education, we offer study programs in art, dance, filmmaking, theatre, and music.
Students are selected in competitive auditions during the months of January or February. Those eligible are Tennessee residents who attend public, private and home schools within the state.
Questions? – Contact Us.
Alexander joins MTSU in welcoming Governor’s School in 30th year June 6, 2014 by MTSU News and Media Relations For almost three decades, the Governor’s School for the Arts has nurtured the “creative spark” of young Tennesseans with a love for music, theatre, visual arts, dance and filmmaking. As the program kicked off its 30th →