ISAS Arts Festival
3,000 students from more than 35 schools will gather to celebrate the arts in a variety of venues including dance, vocal music, instrumental music, 2D and 3D visual arts, improvisation, one-act plays, and more.
The History of ISAS
In 1967, the choirs from Holland Hall, Wichita Collegiate, and Casady joined together on the Casady campus for a choir festival. Since then, the festival has grown to be the largest independent school arts festival in the country with venues for choir, band, orchestra, dance, drama, creative writing, and a full complement of visual arts. Students receive non-graded feedback and adjudication for all performances and exhibits, and there will be numerous workshops and arts-related opportunities from which student can choose to take advantage of during the times when they are not involved in a Holland Hall event.