Boston, MA — Boston Arts Academy (BAA), Boston’s only public high school for the visual and performing arts celebrates its 20-Year Anniversary with “BAA Honors,” a three-day event honoring BAA students, alumni, faculty. and community supporters.
The historic event will take place May 18-20 and will honor the likes of Vihann Kong, Chair, Friends of Boston Arts Academy; Governor Charlie Baker and First Lady of Massachusetts Lauren Baker; BAA alums David Davidson (BAA ‘04) Lead Vocalist and Guitarist of Revocation and Belén Pereyra-Alem (BAA ‘05) of Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater; Headmaster Anne R. Clark; Artistic Dean Kathleen Marsh; and many more.
Throughout the weekend attendees will be able to enjoy a cocktail reception and dance party at District Hall (75 Northern Avenue, Boston, MA) on Friday, a Black-Tie Dinner Celebration featuring student performances at Harborview Ballroom of the Seaport Hotel & World Trade Center (One Seaport Lane, Boston, MA) on Saturday, and a Jazz and Spirituals Brunch at the Plaza Ballroom of the Seaport Hotel (One Seaport Lane, Boston, MA) Sunday morning.
It’s through of community funders that allows BAA to deliver the very best in innovative art and academic education that nurtures the lives, talents, and ambitions of hundreds of the city’s youth.
Tickets, sponsorship packages, and event details can be found online at https://www.501auctions.com/baahonors
About Boston Arts Academy:
Boston Arts Academy (BAA) is Boston’s only public high school for the visual and performing arts. BAA provides a diverse student body, a majority who come from low-income families, access to a college-preparatory arts and academic education not otherwise available to them. Our mission is to prepare a community of aspiring artist-scholars-citizens to be successful in their college or professional careers and to be engaged members of their communities. Our innovative arts and academic curriculum yields impressive results.
Boston Arts Academy was founded in 1998 when a committed group of educators, parents, and public officials recognized the need for a public arts high school in Boston. The member colleges of the ProArts Consortium — Berklee College of Music, Boston Architectural College, The Boston Conservatory, Emerson College, Massachusetts College of Art and Design, New England Conservatory, and the School of the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston – helped found the school, and remain key partners in BAA’s growth and development.