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9 Representatives

Rising 9's, current Freshmen, Sophomores, and Juniors are eligible.

One Representative from each of the following will be eligible

  1. Architecture

  2. Acting

  3. Band

  4. Choir

  5. Ceramics

  6. Drawing/Painting

  7. Photography

  8. Sculpture

  9. Strings

Your Ideas

​The 9 Representatives will inform the rest of the council and Co-Heads about their area of Art values, needs, and events.

 

This will create collaboration between art forms.

How to Enter

Each applicant must submit a 3 min video that considers the following criteria

Who Decides

Current Co-Heads and the Faculty Sponsor review videos then decide who we feel is most qualified.

REP Video Due Dates

APRIL

16

MIDNIGHT

Video Speech (3 min)

APRIL

17-20

Video Review 

Faculty Sponsor, Co-Heads

APRIL

21

Announce Winners

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Student Elected

2 VISUAL ARTS

(Painting, Sculpture, Photo, Architecture/Art History, Ceramics, Design, etc...)

2 PERFORMING ARTS

(theater, band, choir, strings)

Responsible for connecting with other student government groups, listening to peers and finding talent for events like

  • Greenleaves

  • Blue Whale Cafe

  • Assemblies

  • Shirt Show

Requirements to Run

  1. Must be enrolled in a fine or performing class or heavily involved outside of class.

  2. The positions are only available for Juniors and Seniors.

  3. 1-year experience as Arts Council Representative or Co-Head.

Due Dates

APRIL

2

Video Speech (3 min)

emoore@micds.org

APRIL

6

Approved videos shared

with students

APRIL

3-5

Video review 

Moore, Deans, Sponsors

APRIL

8

Election during

Advisory

Voting Rationale

Peers should vote on whom they feel is most qualified

for the Co-Head position based on the following

  1. Recent, past, or current involvement in fine and/or performing arts.

  2. How can they make innovation the new normal?

  3. How well do they know the MICDS community in order to help us plan for the future?

  4. Will they be able to listen and observe the needs of our community to generate ideas on how to make improvements?

  5. Even the best team needs an occasional outsider to bring in fresh perspectives. If they have a passion for the arts but aren't seen as an artist, will their background help the Arts Council remove barriers to boost innovation?

  6. What is their strategic vision of how they want the Arts Council to develop? Have they focused efforts on the important areas?