“Prism Concert” has been introduced to audiences on this concept since its inception in 2010.The prism concert concept is derived from the prism which reveals the varied colors of light. A prism concert presents the many facets of performance art in as pure a form as possible without applause, gaps between performances and visual distraction. The Academy takes the prism concept to a new level by incorporating displays by the Visual and Literature strands of the Academy. This is the third year running the Literary and Fine Arts Academy (LFAA) at Watson B. Duncan Middle School will highlight the talent of each of the five strands of the art program on Tuesday, Dec. 17, 2013 at 7 p.m.
Duncan Middle will be transformed into total darkness, using spotlights to illuminate the talent of each of the academy’s strands. The prism effect will be achieved by the Theatrical Academy performing various skits and a preview piece from their upcoming Sleepy Hollow show, Vocal Academy solos and duets projecting beautifully from the sides of the stage-on ground level, Instrumental Academy solos and ensemble pieces floating in from around the audience, dramatic readings written and read by the Literary Academy students, and Visual Academy students’ work displayed toward the back of the area. The prism concert will exhibit the varied talents of the Literary and Fine Arts Academy students with an artful arrangement of performance and exhibited art.
REF: SDPBC (Press Release) Public Affairs Office Dec. 2013