Dozens of students, parents and community members enjoyed coffee house treats and the talents of Liberty High School students at the first Expressions Café of the 2016-17 school year on Dec. 1.
Expressions Café is a free, non-censored, open mic night and photography show organized by the Liberty High School Art Department. It is open to all student poets, musicians, artists and performers and seeks to provide a welcome space for artistic expression, experimentation and development across all genres. Artists of all levels and mediums who seek to share their creative work are encouraged to take part.
For more information about Expressions Café and upcoming events, contact Kathleen Lambert-Johansen at KJohansen@libertyk12.org.
“This is the first year in Expressions history that we’ve welcomed so many new performers,” she said. “We want to keep that going!”