Show Your True Colors!

Whether a dancer, singer, or actress, each student is encouraged to develop her passion through many of the activities available to her on campus. Students perform at “‘coffee house” nights, Louisville’s Ensemble Royale choir, as well as exciting dance concerts, fall drama and spring musical productions.

Student artists explore 2-dimensional and 3-dimensional techniques in painting, drawing, ceramics and photography. Also included in the arts program are media communication classes, featuring a professional media lab, plus classes in computer graphics.

Media students learn film-making techniques and showcase their films at our annual Film Festival. Student films are also selected annually for the Calabasas Film Festival!

Visual Arts

List of 2 news stories.

  • AP Art Visits Hollywood Photography Exhibit

    On September 5, the AP Art class went on a field trip to the Los Angeles Center of Photography in Hollywood to view the Back to School  Exhibition...
  • Artists Win Gold Key Awards

    We have another crop of winners in this year's regional Scholastic Art and Writing Awards competition. This includes a couple of firsts for Louisville that the Visual Arts Department is particularly happy about!

Performing Arts

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  • "Under Milk Wood" Brings Welsh Village to Life

    By Teresa Contino '19, Staff Writer
    The marvelous Louisville production of Under Milk Wood gave audiences a treat.  Based on Welsh poet Dylan Thomas' 1954 radio drama, the delightful Under Milk Wood follows the day of peculiar people and ghosts in a small Welsh fishing village known as "Llareggub". 
  • Dancert Concert - "The Greatest Show"

    By Ronnie Nickols '19, Staff Writer
    Louisville's annual Dance Concert themed “The Greatest Show” dazzled the audience as students showcased their talents in a wide variety of class and independent performances.

Media Production

List of 2 news stories.

  • Student Films Selected for the Calabasas Student Film Festival

    A big congratulations to Julia Eisenreich, Kiyana Hensley, Alexa Loretic, Zoe Manwiller and Renee Hernandez for having their films selected to be in the Calabasas Student Film Festival this Sunday, September 17th! Julia, Kiyana, and Alexa's "Anti-Bullying PSA" and Zoe and Renee's narrative "No Face" were selected to be two of the 18 film selections out of over 130 entries and juried by The Los Angeles Film School!
  • Calabasas Film Festival - Louisville's Alex Caefer Wins a Best Picture Award!

    Sophie Ackerman, Alex Caefer, and Ariana George's animations were selected for screening at the Calabasas Film Festival's Student Film Program on September 25 at the Founders Hall in the Calabasas Civic Center Library...