LJVA Award Winners - 2020 Young American Talent Exhibition
Please congratulate our Lovejoy Visual Artists for being selected to exhibit in the 2020 Young American Talent art competition and exhibition. This regional high school art competition is organized by the Visual Arts Guild of Booker T. Washington High School for the Performing and Visual Arts & H. Paxton Moore Fine Art Gallery at El Centro College as a celebration and exhibition of the highest caliber of high school visual art in the DFW area for the past 29 years. Of the 65 North Texas schools and 1120 student submissions, 130 works were selected for the exhibit.
Of the 9 Lovejoy artworks selected for the exhibit, 6 won awards! We are incredibly proud of all LJVA students that were selected for this honor, and applaud the 6 LJVA artists that were awarded as exemplars in their media category. Please check out the
LJVA Instagram (@lovejoyvisualart)
to see these works and hear more about the planning, process, and content behind all of our incredible artists' work.
AP Studio Art - Drawing / Mama and Papa /
BW Drawing / 1
AP Studio Art – 2D Design / The Mind /
AP Studio Art - Drawing / Facade /
Mixed Media / 1
AP Studio Art - Drawing / Flashlight /
Mixed Media / 2
AP Studio Art – 2D Design / Teacups /
Mixed Media / 3
AP Studio Art – 2D Design / Overtaking /
AP Studio Art – 2D Design / Bagels /
Color Drawing / 1
AP Studio Art – 2D Design / Revelations /
Digital / Honorable Mention
AP Studio Art – 2D Design / Within the Bounds of Construction /
LHS Student Council has earned Recognition as
TASC Sweepstakes Council
The Lovejoy High Student Council earned recognition as a Texas Association of Student Councils (TASC) Sweepstakes Council. This is the highest honor a TASC council can achieve, In addition, they were also recognized as an Outstanding Student Council.
Sweepstakes Councils must earn recognition in the areas of Pride and Patriotism, Energy and Environment, and Drugs, Alcohol, Safety and Health, as well as School & Community service. Only exceptional councils earn this honor, and help set the bar to which other councils should aspire. This achievement serves as a benchmark for what a well-rounded student council in Texas should do to be effective. This is truly a significant accomplishment and is a testament of the hard work Student Council does each year.