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CoSA Talk & Tour is our first event of the 2021-22 recruitment season! Familiarize yourself with our conservatory programs, learn about the application process and important admission timelines! In the past we included a campus tour, as well as opportunities to ask questions to current students, faculty and our director. In 2020 due to the ongoing pandemic, we are not able to offer an "on campus" experience. A link to a slide presentation with comprehensive content is posted above. After viewing the presentation please contact the office with additional questions. Email or call 619-522-4050. We hope to resume campus tours early in the new year. Thank you for your interest in CoSA. We look forward to receiving your application and meeting you in person soon!
Julia has a massive body of work that combines her studies in COSA Visual Arts, CHS Ceramics and CHS Visual Arts AP Portfolio, showing authentic dedication to crafting her personal creative practice. As an Ambassador for COSA, Julia demonstrates the qualities of leadership, confidence, initiative, and dedication. Her website can be viewed at https://juliaaambros.wixsite.com/juliaambros/home.
"Later this month, CoSA will begin its 25th year of educating emerging artists on the campus of Coronado High School. Or rather, they will begin training student artists in the virtual classrooms which make up secondary education in today's Corona-virus world. Last March, CoSA's six conservatories- Classical and Contemporary Dance; Digital Arts; Instumental Music; Musical Theatre and Drama; Theatre Production, Design and Management; and Visual Art - took their arts training classes online. CoSA's professional teaching artists made the transition to the virtual classroom appear seamless, but many hours of planning and research went into the revised lesson plans they brought to their daily sessions. Like students throughout the world, CoSA artists faced the hearthache of cancelled performances, recitals and concerts. But , like artists everywhere, CoSA's students and faculty have continued to create and take insipiration wherever they can in these challenging times."
Read about Dominique's journey from her days in the CoSA Classical & Modern Dance conservatory to the University of Oregon's coveted "Emerging Artist Award", to making a Broadway cast, and the launch of her new dance program in Coronado.
Click on the link to Samantha Bey's full article "A Body in Motion" featured in the Crown City Magazine, October 2020 issue: https://issuu.com/crowncitymagazine/docs/ccm_oct2020issuu-sm/22