Forsyth Tech To Hold 2nd Annual Fine Arts Showcase, Tuesday, April 29, 6 – 8 Pm

(Winston-Salem, NC) – Forsyth Tech will hold its second annual Fine Arts Showcase on Tuesday, April 29, from 6 – 8 pm at the college’s West Campus auditorium, 1300 Bolton Street, Winston-Salem.

The Showcase will feature artwork and performances by students enrolled in Drawing, Painting, Sculpture, Acting, and Chorus classes at the college.

The performances will include scene showings from several contemporary plays, an improvisational piece based on the Italian Commedia dell’Arte, and a selection of modern choral compositions.

“The Showcase is a chance to celebrate and enjoy the artistic achievements of those who come to Forsyth Tech to learn more about the arts,” says Marshall Botvinick, program coordinator for the Fine Arts program. “Our program is only in its second year, and we already have 65 students enrolled.”

Botvinick, who has been acting since he was eight years old, has an undergraduate degree in Theater Studies from Duke University and a Master in Fine Arts from the A.R.T. Institute at Harvard University.

The Showcase is free and open to the public.

About Forsyth Tech

Forsyth Tech ( provides students with flexible educational pathways to a competitive workforce for the community and global economy. The college offers associate degrees, diplomas and certificates in more than 200 programs of study, including programs that promote personal and professional development through non-credit courses and seminars, as well as customized training for business and industry. Forsyth Tech is the fifth largest community college in North Carolina and serves more than 35,000 students with approximately 1,500 full and part-time faculty and staff. 



Forsyth Tech Fine Arts student Michael Burke ably took on the persona of schizophrenic Robert in a scene from “Proof” during Forsyth Tech’s first-ever Fine Arts Showcase in the spring of 2013. The public is invited to attend the college’s second Fine Arts Showcase on Tuesday, April 29, from 6 – 8 pm at the college’s West Campus auditorium, 1300 Bolton St. in Winston-Salem. The event is free.