Governor's School for Arts participants
The Kentucky Center hosted more than 200 young artists at The Kentucky Center Governor's School for the Arts, which took place at Transylvania University from June 20 to July 10. During their three-week stay, 224 student artists from 47 counties were immersed in daily seminars, master-classes, lectures, hands-on workshops and field trips to regional arts attractions. Instruction was offered in nine disciplines: architecture, creative writing, dance, drama, instrumental music, musical theater, new media, visual arts and vocal music. 
Participating from Fayette County were: 
Front row: Marylynne Anderson-Cooper, Bryan Station High School, drama; Lewis Armistead, Trinity Christian Academy, vocal music; Katherine Bennett, Lafayette High School, musical theater; Alaina Broderson, Lafayette High, musical theater; Allison Burke, Henry Clay High School, architecture; Miles Conger, Lafayette High, drama; James Corcoran, Tates Creek High School, instrumental music.
Second row: Alexander DeMoll, Lafayette High, instrumental music; Tomer Eres, Lafayette High, vocal music; Hannah Ferrell, Lafayette High, drama; Nathan  Fister, Lafayette High, dance; Luke Francis, Bryan Station High, visual art; Jingyuan Fu, Paul Laurence Dunbar High School, creative writing; Delaney Gibbs, Sayre School, creative writing; Sarah Goad, Dunbar High, instrumental music; Hunter Henrickson, Tates Creek High, musical theater.
Third row: Haley Goode, Lafayette High, musical theater; Sarah Grindle, Lafayette High, instrumental music; Dorian Hairston, Tates Creek High, creative writing; Bryan Hardin, Lexington Christian Academy, architecture; James Harvener, Lafayette High, dance; Lauren Henrickson, Tates Creek High, dance; Jennifer Hicks, Lexington Catholic High School, musical theater; Faryn Kelly, Plumfield Home School, dance; Maria Kidd, Lafayette High, instrumental music.
Fourth Row: Ashil Lee, Lexington Catholic High, drama; Jenny Lee, Henry Clay High, instrumental music; Sharon Liu, Henry Clay High, creative writing; Andrew Magner, Dunbar High, architecture; Whitney McWhorter, Dunbar High, vocal music; Carolyn Meier, Lafayette High, dance; Julie Niklas, Lafayette High, creative writing; Aleksandra Pater, Lafayette High, visual art; Lauren Perkins, Lafayette High, visual art; Daniel Polk, Henry Clay High, architecture; Jordan Pruitt, Lafayette High, drama; Jennifer Rhodenhiser, Lafayette High, drama; Samantha Sabad, Lafayette High, musical theater.
Back row: Charity Scales, Bluegrass United Academic Center, dance; Stella Sharpe, Lafayette High, instrumental music; Harper Smith, Dunbar High, instrumental music; Ariel Sniegowski, Dunbar High, visual art; Randy Tsai, Dunbar High, instrumental music; Alexis Violette, Tates Creek High, dance; Arion Wright, Bryan Station High, creative writing; Jacob Yates, Lafayette High, instrumental music.
Governor's School for Arts participants The Kentucky Center hosted more than 200 young artists at The Kentucky Center Governor's School for the Arts, which took place at Transylvania University from June 20 to July 10. During their three-week stay, 224 student artists from 47 counties were immersed in daily seminars, master-classes, lectures, hands-on workshops and field trips to regional arts attractions. Instruction was offered in nine disciplines: architecture, creative writing, dance, drama, instrumental music, musical theater, new media, visual arts and vocal music. Participating from Fayette County were: Front row: Marylynne Anderson-Cooper, Bryan Station High School, drama; Lewis Armistead, Trinity Christian Academy, vocal music; Katherine Bennett, Lafayette High School, musical theater; Alaina Broderson, Lafayette High, musical theater; Allison Burke, Henry Clay High School, architecture; Miles Conger, Lafayette High, drama; James Corcoran, Tates Creek High School, instrumental music. Second row: Alexander DeMoll, Lafayette High, instrumental music; Tomer Eres, Lafayette High, vocal music; Hannah Ferrell, Lafayette High, drama; Nathan Fister, Lafayette High, dance; Luke Francis, Bryan Station High, visual art; Jingyuan Fu, Paul Laurence Dunbar High School, creative writing; Delaney Gibbs, Sayre School, creative writing; Sarah Goad, Dunbar High, instrumental music; Hunter Henrickson, Tates Creek High, musical theater. Third row: Haley Goode, Lafayette High, musical theater; Sarah Grindle, Lafayette High, instrumental music; Dorian Hairston, Tates Creek High, creative writing; Bryan Hardin, Lexington Christian Academy, architecture; James Harvener, Lafayette High, dance; Lauren Henrickson, Tates Creek High, dance; Jennifer Hicks, Lexington Catholic High School, musical theater; Faryn Kelly, Plumfield Home School, dance; Maria Kidd, Lafayette High, instrumental music. Fourth Row: Ashil Lee, Lexington Catholic High, drama; Jenny Lee, Henry Clay High, instrumental music; Sharon Liu, Henry Clay High, creative writing; Andrew Magner, Dunbar High, architecture; Whitney McWhorter, Dunbar High, vocal music; Carolyn Meier, Lafayette High, dance; Julie Niklas, Lafayette High, creative writing; Aleksandra Pater, Lafayette High, visual art; Lauren Perkins, Lafayette High, visual art; Daniel Polk, Henry Clay High, architecture; Jordan Pruitt, Lafayette High, drama; Jennifer Rhodenhiser, Lafayette High, drama; Samantha Sabad, Lafayette High, musical theater. Back row: Charity Scales, Bluegrass United Academic Center, dance; Stella Sharpe, Lafayette High, instrumental music; Harper Smith, Dunbar High, instrumental music; Ariel Sniegowski, Dunbar High, visual art; Randy Tsai, Dunbar High, instrumental music; Alexis Violette, Tates Creek High, dance; Arion Wright, Bryan Station High, creative writing; Jacob Yates, Lafayette High, instrumental music.
Governor's School for Arts participants The Kentucky Center hosted more than 200 young artists at The Kentucky Center Governor's School for the Arts, which took place at Transylvania University from June 20 to July 10. During their three-week stay, 224 student artists from 47 counties were immersed in daily seminars, master-classes, lectures, hands-on workshops and field trips to regional arts attractions. Instruction was offered in nine disciplines: architecture, creative writing, dance, drama, instrumental music, musical theater, new media, visual arts and vocal music. Participating from Fayette County were: Front row: Marylynne Anderson-Cooper, Bryan Station High School, drama; Lewis Armistead, Trinity Christian Academy, vocal music; Katherine Bennett, Lafayette High School, musical theater; Alaina Broderson, Lafayette High, musical theater; Allison Burke, Henry Clay High School, architecture; Miles Conger, Lafayette High, drama; James Corcoran, Tates Creek High School, instrumental music. Second row: Alexander DeMoll, Lafayette High, instrumental music; Tomer Eres, Lafayette High, vocal music; Hannah Ferrell, Lafayette High, drama; Nathan Fister, Lafayette High, dance; Luke Francis, Bryan Station High, visual art; Jingyuan Fu, Paul Laurence Dunbar High School, creative writing; Delaney Gibbs, Sayre School, creative writing; Sarah Goad, Dunbar High, instrumental music; Hunter Henrickson, Tates Creek High, musical theater. Third row: Haley Goode, Lafayette High, musical theater; Sarah Grindle, Lafayette High, instrumental music; Dorian Hairston, Tates Creek High, creative writing; Bryan Hardin, Lexington Christian Academy, architecture; James Harvener, Lafayette High, dance; Lauren Henrickson, Tates Creek High, dance; Jennifer Hicks, Lexington Catholic High School, musical theater; Faryn Kelly, Plumfield Home School, dance; Maria Kidd, Lafayette High, instrumental music. Fourth Row: Ashil Lee, Lexington Catholic High, drama; Jenny Lee, Henry Clay High, instrumental music; Sharon Liu, Henry Clay High, creative writing; Andrew Magner, Dunbar High, architecture; Whitney McWhorter, Dunbar High, vocal music; Carolyn Meier, Lafayette High, dance; Julie Niklas, Lafayette High, creative writing; Aleksandra Pater, Lafayette High, visual art; Lauren Perkins, Lafayette High, visual art; Daniel Polk, Henry Clay High, architecture; Jordan Pruitt, Lafayette High, drama; Jennifer Rhodenhiser, Lafayette High, drama; Samantha Sabad, Lafayette High, musical theater. Back row: Charity Scales, Bluegrass United Academic Center, dance; Stella Sharpe, Lafayette High, instrumental music; Harper Smith, Dunbar High, instrumental music; Ariel Sniegowski, Dunbar High, visual art; Randy Tsai, Dunbar High, instrumental music; Alexis Violette, Tates Creek High, dance; Arion Wright, Bryan Station High, creative writing; Jacob Yates, Lafayette High, instrumental music.

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