Korowa has a rich history of artistic endeavour and all girls are encouraged to participate in the Arts.
This approach is aligned with our philosophy that girls should be actively encouraged to try new experiences, including being in the spotlight.
Each year Korowa students have the opportunity to participate in art exhibitions and a musical or dramatic production, often in collaboration with students from other schools. Recently, our Senior School students have run major productions of Grease and Shrek Jr! In the Junior School, recent performances included A Kidsummer Night's Dream.
Assemblies normally include musical performances by soloists or groups and students are encouraged to take an active role in the presentations for assemblies.
Students may also be involved in the annual House Arts and House Chorals performances. These are lively events which bring girls from different year levels together and foster house spirit. Girls in the upper year levels are also able to take on leadership roles in organising their House performances.
Korowa's arts community seeks to build an open community where students, past students and teachers can work together to create high quality exhibitions, productions and concerts. We are not only focused on the finished product but also the creative process.
Arts productions are supported by the parent association FOPA (Friends of Performing Arts). FOPA provide help and support with fundraising, front of house and many other important duties.