Celebrate Creativity is held every year in Omaha, Ne at the Joslyn Art Museum. At this event students get to choose from several workshops from the visual/media arts to drama/theater, music/dance and even marshall arts. Students also took a tour, of their choice, through the museum to look at art work of different time periods. Some famous artists on display were Edgar Degas, Claude Monet, Frederick Remington, Andy Warhol, Jackson Pollock, and many many others. After a break for lunch the students attended a interactive concert put on by the Omaha Symphony Chamber Orchestra. The concert opened performing Mendelssohn's Concert Piece, No. 1. This piece also was the debut of Creighton Prep senior Rosario Galante. The concert explored the creative process that an artist takes from sketch to the final product. They Orchestra demonstrated this using parts of Beethoven's Fifth Symphony to show how a composer goes from getting inspiration to developing the finished work. To finish the concert, Conductor Ernest Richardson engaged the students in the creative process helping the orchestra perform a rendition of Nirvana's Smells Like Teen Spirit. The orchestra started with a slow combination of notes and had the students help them change it into a rock and roll piece by changing tempo and adding instruments. Below are images of the students in the different workshops, tours, and the concert.