Middle School Art
Seventh grade artists learn portrait drawing, printmaking, jewelry, and a special study of the 5.5 million purchase of the painting “Ginvera” by Leonardo Da Vinci.
Eighth grade artists learn to throw on the potter’s wheel, make a plaster mask, and the fine art of life drawing including the studies of Michelangelo.
Art Show Dates:
Youth Art Month Shows: March, 2021
(Lobbies of the following locations during business hours only)
Community First Bank of Rosholt
Kozy Yak Brewery
Lisa's Curl Up & Tan
Portage County Public Library (Rosholt Branch)
Dr. Seavecki Dental
Night of the Arts Show: High School Artwork, 6:00 - 8:30 pm
Rosholt High School Commons
(346 West Randolph Street, Rosholt)
Middle School Band
Middle School Band is open to students in grades 6 through 8 who have a sincere desire to learn (or continue to play) an instrument individually and in a group setting. Emphasis is on developing playing techniques, music reading abilities and musical knowledge. All students receive weekly lessons. Performance opportunities include: A fall parade, concerts throughout the year, solo/ensemble festivals, clinics and the opportunity to attend summer band lessons at Rosholt and band camps at area universities. Rosholt is proud of our excellent band program, and we invite you to attend our instrumental performances.
Please check out our upcoming performances and all other Rosholt fine arts events on the main district fine arts page. For further information contact: Kathryn Kawleski, Director of Bands 5-12.
Middle School Concert Choir
The Middle School concert choir is open to any students who have a desire to sing and learn about music. The major objectives of this course are to create music as a group and to accomplish a certain degree of music literacy. There are three to four concerts in which attendance is required, and one required attendance for choir contest in the spring. One can also get involved in solo ensemble in the spring. All members are required to attend a 15 minute weekly lesson to get a better understanding of the current music pieces. For more information contact Lisa Yenter.