Campbellsville Elementary School third-, fourth- and fifth-grade students recently learned all about musical theater, percussion, quilting, jewelry making and more during Arts Day.
Coreena King, a Campbellsville University education student, hosted the day.
King is a student teacher for CES music teacher Cyndi Chadwick.
During the day, students rotated to several stations to learn about quilting, making clothing, musical instruments and more.
Community artists Seth Hayes, Rebecca Hager, Dr. Bethany Stiles, Penny Akers, Bethanee Tate and the Almeida Duo, made up of Denis Almeida Santos and Saulo DeAlmeida, came to CES to lead the sessions.
CES will host an Arts Day for kindergarten, first- and second-grade students in October.
CES fourth-graders listen as the Almeida Duo, made up of Saulo DeAlmeida, at left, and Denis Almeida Santos, perform.
Saulo DeAlmeida of the Almeida Duo performs.
Denis Almeida Santos of the Almeida Duo performs.
CES fourth-graders talk to the Almeida Duo, made up of Saulo DeAlmeida, at left, and Denis Almeida Santos.
Denis Almeida Santos, at left, and Saulo DeAlmeida, known as the Almeida Duo, perform for CES students.
Penny Akers performs a song on the dulcimer.
Penny Akers performs a song on the dulcimer for CES fourth-graders.
Penny Akers talks about the dulcimer.
Bethanee Tate talks to CES fourth-graders about making music.
Dr. Bethany Stiles talks to CES fourth-graders about musical theater.
Bethanee Tate helps CES fourth-graders Bryson Groves, at left, and Devin Underwood create a song by becoming human musical notes.
Coreena King helps CES fifth-grader Kyra Parker play a musical rhythm.
Rebecca Hager talks about crocheting and making jewelry and clothing.
Rebecca Hager talks to CES fifth-graders about making clothing and jewelry.