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2015 / 2016 FOTA - PROVIDED ITEMS

• Choir Risers
New risers for the Middle School/Upper School Choir room.

• Wireless Mics
Additional microphones for the Theater Department.

• Drama Equipment
Additional video equipment including cameras, lenses, professional tripods and a MacbookPro for editing.

• Pug Mill
A Pug Mill for the US Clay classes which will allow dried clay to be recycled.

• Xylophones
Bass, Alto and Soprano xylophones for the LS Performing Arts Department. • Slab Roller Minimight II Slab roller for clay projects for the LS Arts Department.


2014 / 2015 FOTA - PROVIDED ITEMS

• Lower School Audio Upgrades
The Lower School Dining Hall received significant audio upgrades including acoustic panels, Pro Audio Gear including multi-effects processors, cables and wireless microphones (4 total).This high quality system will enhance all events and performances held in this venue.

• Fabric-wrapped display boards
(2 total) located in the Atrium area of the Lower School for continuous display of student visual art pieces.

• Clay cart
A Debcor clay cart provided for the Upper School Visual Art Department.It is made of heavy-gauge steel, and features welded construction on 4" casters. It is used for cooling wares after firing, or for moving pieces from place to place. It can also be used for drying greenware.

2013 / 2014 FOTA - PROVIDED ITEMS

• The Theatre Lighting and Console package provided has made FRA one of the few venues in Nashville with this technology at its disposal. Other venues with similar technology: Vanderbilt University, Belmont, TPAC and one or two other high schools in the Metro area. The package provided saves hundreds of labor hours and can do the job of 3 to 6 of the previous components. With the addition of the new technology, comes the added ecological benefit of consuming less energy as well as substantially less maintenance costs.

• Pearl Snare, Tenor and Bass Drum Stands (10 total) provided for the newly formed FRA Drumline, Blue Thunder. FRA’s Blue Thunder Drumline in its first year consisted of ten students giving time, talent and energy. It is vital for the students to have stands to support their instruments during the majority of their rehearsal. Playing in a drumline is extremely physical and the addition of the stands was certainly needed and enthusiastically received.

• Aluminum Easels, Garment Racks and Kiln Part were additional items on the Fine Arts Department’s wish list. These items directly impact the functionality of the individual arts programs as well as the entire department.


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FOTA-PROVIDED ITEMS prior to 2013

  • Electronic scale for Upper School Art
  • CD player and Ipod for Lower School Music
  • 3 Singer sewing machines
  • Choir sound system, amp, Ipod system, mixer
  • Frames for Middle School Art
  • Portion of theater curtain cost
  • Choir room Kawai piano
  • 2 practice room Kawai electronic pianos
  • Lighting system upgrade for theater
  • 16 Art easels
  • Plastic skeleton for anatomy and figure drawing
  • Lower School Music room rug
  • Stereo amplifier for dance room
  • Portion of Yamaha mixing console for theater
  • Portion of Kawai ebony satin piano
  • Bass xylophone instrument
  • Lower school music package
 



Missy Moore
FOTA President