"The aim of art is to represent not the outward appearance of things, but their inward significance." - Aristotle
The Bosque School Fine and Performing Arts education programs are designed to provide students with a comprehensive arts education and to develop each student’s ability to participate in the arts, as the artist, or as one who enjoys exploring the art of others. At Bosque, we believe strongly that art is integral to gaining a well-rounded education. From a curricular standpoint, we approach art with the goal of interconnecting to a multidisciplinary art program that involves students, administration and the community. The arts provide an arena for exploration and growth.
The arts programs are housed within the Peggie Ann Findlay Arts Center and Budagher Hall. The Black Box Theater, within the Peggie Ann Findlay Arts Center, has been host to theatrical performances such as Camelot, Oklahoma, Harvey, South Pacific, Our Town, Fiddler on the Roof and ‘Lil Abner
. Budagher Hall is host to choir, band and strings performances and also houses fine and performing arts' classrooms.