Cathedral High School hosted a student-produced exhibit of art and performances of spoken word and poetry for ArtWeek Boston 2014.

Cathedral High School hosted an April 30th art exhibition as an official participant in ArtWeek Boston. Student artwork in a variety of media was displayed alongside performances of slam poetry and spoken word created and presented by CHS students.

Members of CHS Voices, a student club for spoken word and slam poetry, coordinated and presented many of the performances. Students were followed in performance by an alumnus and faculty member as well as three visiting students from Boston Latin School. More than two dozen pieces of selected student art were selected for display at the show.

ArtWeek Boston is a collection of curated events and experiences throughout the city that highlights the quality and diversity of arts, culture, and creative community in Boston. ArtWeek is presented by the Highland Street Foundation who is also a philanthropic supporter of Cathedral High, produced by Citi Performing Arts Center, and supported by ArtPlace America.

Cathedral High School is an urban, independent, Catholic, college preparatory school in Boston’s historic South End serving boys and girls of all faiths from grades seven through 12. Rooted in gospel values, we prepare students for college and leadership for life.

Photo above: Anthony Thomas ’06, a Cathedral alumnus, performs at the school’s 2014 ArtWeek Boston exhibit.