Fine & Performing Arts
The study of fine arts, through its inherent ability to develop intellectual and emotional communication skills, encourages cultural awareness and enriches society.
The Dorchester District Two fine arts curriculum provides opportunities for students to attain the knowledge and skills necessary to become artistically literate, well-rounded individuals.
Summers corner performing arts center
Art is a place for children to trust their ideas, believe in themselves, and to explore their souls.”Daniel Bryant
OES Art Teacher
Nebraska Art Teachers Association Keynote Speaker
As a visual art teacher, I love my craft and the students I get to teach and inspire. ”Catherine Ellis
ARHS Visual Art Teacher
Mary Whyte Art Educator Award
Through the arts we find comfort, confidence, courage, creativity, and compassion”Kevin Morrissey
FDHS Visual Art Teacher
SCAEA Arts Educator of the Year
The Ashley Ridge High School Jazz Band provided beautiful music as we celebrated our Star Performers!
The exceptional work of DDTwo arts educators is on display until May 6 in The Educator as an Artist exhibition at the Public Works Art Center!
For the third year in a row, Dorchester School District Two earned the Best Communities for Music Education national award from the NAMM Foundation.
The Summerville Orchestra ’s plans of forming a youth orchestra and education program have recently been realized thanks to a two-year $20,000 award grant from the South Carolina Arts Commission.