Fine Arts

9th Annual High School All-State Visual Arts Show

Submitted by tyler.lewis on Wed, 01/20/2021 - 09:11

We'd like to congratulate the following students on getting their visual artworks into the 49th Annual High School All-State Visual Arts Show at the Springville Museum of Art:

Chloe Cope (colored pencil)
Celeste LaMont (photo)
Loralyn Palmer (ceramic horsehair vessel)
Bridger Farnworth (acrylic painting)
Amelia Slaugh (drawing/mixed media)
Emma Teuscher (digital drawing)

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Story by Jethro Gillespie.

School Art Show

Submitted by tyler.lewis on Tue, 01/09/2018 - 15:21
Go see the MMHS art show up in the auditorium hallway! Unfortunately, it won't be up for very long, as we're taking 13 of the entries (those with ribbons) on to represent our school at the Springville Museum of Art next week.If you have a chance sometime, you might like to see what some of the students have been up to.

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Story and photo by Jethro Gillespie.

Seussical The Musical by the MMHS Fine Arts Department

Submitted by tyler.lewis on Sat, 11/04/2017 - 14:51

The MMHS Fine Arts Department is gearing up for the performances of the Maple Mountain High School fall musical, Seussical. The show performs on November 10, 11, and 13 at 7 PM, with a 2 PM matinee on Saturrday, November 11 in the MMHS auditorium.

Based on the well-known works of Dr. Seuss, this musical tells the story of a young boy who doesn’t fit in so he uses his imagination to escape to places where he feels safe and “normal”.

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Story by Bradley Moss.

Winter Play - Twelve Angry Jurors

Submitted by tyler.lewis on Fri, 02/26/2016 - 13:56

Students of the Maple Mountain Theatre Department are putting the finishing touches on the MMHS Winter Play, Twelve Angry Jurors.  This play is the stage version of the classic film 12 Angry Men.  The story focuses on a jury room as the 12 individuals debate the guilt of a young man on trial for the murder of his father.  The deliberations reveal the biases and prejudices of the jury members who start out wanting a quick guilty verdict.  A lone juror suggests that the responsibility of those in the room is to look beyond their first impressions to see if they can uncover t

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Story by Bradley Moss.

Sarah Larsen Receives Juror's Choice Award

Submitted by tyler.lewis on Thu, 02/25/2016 - 09:58

Yesterday at the state capitol Sarah Larsen was recognized for her Juror's Choice Award from her entry in the All-State High School Visual Art show at the Springville Museum of Art. There were almost 1,000 entries submitted, and 328 accepted into the show. Of those 328, only 5 received Juror's Choice Awards. 

 

Congrats Sarah!

 

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Story by Jethro Gillespie.

Tanner Halversen Accepted Into National Ceramic Exhibition

Submitted by tyler.lewis on Tue, 02/26/2013 - 11:14

Tanner Halversen, a senior at Maple Mountain High School, had two ceramic pieces selected to show at the National Ceramic K - 12 exhibition in Houston, Texas. His work was selected from over 1100 entries, with the final number for display being about 150. Once in Houston, his ceramic pieces will be judged again and awards given out. Congratulations Tanner!

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Story and photos by Dave Jones.

All State High School Art Show

Submitted by tyler.lewis on Thu, 02/23/2012 - 09:29

Two MMHS students were accepted into the All State High School Art Show and both won prestigious awards. Alex Matthews won an Award of Mastery (they only give out 4), and Chrystel Bardsley won an Award of Excellence (they give 10). The Springville Art Show had almost 1,000 entries from high school students all over the state and was juried down to accept just 345 artworks. The students were able to meet the governor and members of the Legislature February 22nd.

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