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Literary Arts Festival
Journalism 2 Publications is a year-long course in which students develop skills in all aspects including photography, graphic design, writing, editing, business, and advertising. Additionally, students conceptualize and publish the award-winning yearbook, publish a Literary Arts Magazine, and coordinate a winter Jolabokaflod event and a spring Literary Arts Festival. The course operates in a learner lab environment. With instructor guidance, students lead their learning to gain skills in publishing, journalism, design, photography, technology, business, marketing, and other real-world skills such as critical and creative thinking, problem-solving, communication, collaboration, leadership, speaking, and listening. Please complete the form linked below to apply for Publications. Applications are due February 4 to Mrs. Quinn in D113.
The Anchor Yearbook staff coordinates the annual Literary Arts Festival, a school-wide celebration of texts, poetry, readers, writers, speakers, music, culture, and more.
The theme of the Festival correlates with the yearbook theme and tries to invite guest attendees and speakers to kick-off the day including poets from Project Voice in 2016 and Nick Jaina, author, and Stelth Ulvang from The Lumineers in 2017.
The Festival will seek submissions from any students in areas of photography, art, panel discussion, acoustic music, spoken word poetry, play performance, monologue presentation, and more.
Get ready to share your talent in a unique literary, artistic, and musical experience!
The Yearbook staff annually publishes The Vessel, a Bay Port Literary Magazine which celebrates student and staff voice through fiction, poetry, photography, and art. We encourage you to apply for this unique opportunity as a way to share your artistic and literary talent and gain publication experience. Apply Here!