The theater class performed a one act play, “Cheaters”, this past weekend under the direction of Erica Davidson. The dramatic acting chops displayed by our students was impressive!
Bravo Erica Davidson and students!
To see more images and to purchase downloads and prints, visit our online gallery.
REMEMBER: the gallery will be shutting it’s doors permanently May 17th.
“How did it get so late so soon? It’s night before it’s afternoon. December is here before it’s June. My goodness how the time has flewn. How did it get so late so soon?” – Dr. Seuss
To see more pictures from the concert and to purchase downloads and prints, visit our online gallery.
REMEMBER: Online gallery and all social media outlets are closing May 17th.
This year’s fashion and talent show was a big success raising $1400 for Make-A-Wish Foundation.
Here’s a look at some of our faves. Scroll down for the link to see more pics and to order downloads and prints.
To see more and to buy downloads and prints, visit our retail site under the Upper School category. Remember, ALL the proceeds from print and download sales go straight to the arts at USJ.
Great job everyone who participated in this event!
EDITED: Date change – ARTS @ the U will be held March 27th.
The Kids for Kids Fashion and Talent Show is coming up!
The Fashion Show will include designs from recycled material such as newspaper printing plates, can tabs, packing materials and bottle caps.
The Talent Show will include Guitar, Vocals, Harp, Dance, Piano, and Martial Arts.
Admission is free, however monetary votes will be taken for best of show in each segment, fashion and talent, in order to raise funds for the Make-A-Wish Mid-South area foundation.
Kids for Kids Fashion & Talent Show
to benefit Make-A-Wish
March 27 6:30 Blankenship Theater
Sponsors: USJ Arts Guild, Tri M Music Honor Society, USJ Art Club and AFS Recycling
As an Affiliate of the Alliance for Young Artists and Writers, the Mid-South Scholastic Art Awards honors exemplary art by students in 7th through 12th grades, recognizing their outstanding achievements in a competitive annual exhibition and providing cash prizes and scholarship opportunities.
Congratulations to the following students who placed in the Mid-South Scholastic Art Competition
Welcome back to school! Hope everyone had a great break!
To get you back in to the groove, there are a couple of shows and receptions to get those creative juices flowing.
Tuesday January 14th 5-7 Bank of Jackson, Oil Well
Student Art Exhibit Opening featuring works by students from USJ, JC, Trinity and Sacred Heart – Open to the public
Students featured from USJ Upper School:
Students from Middle School
Anaki Mahajan, Michelle Nnaji, Caroline Yakin, Jared Koerner, Eli Garey, Maddie Bigford, Sarah Frix and Megan Gorbet
Sunday January 26th 2-4 West Tennessee Regional Art Center, 1200 Main St, Humboldt, TN 38343
West Tennessee Regional Juried Student Art Exhibit Awards Ceremony and reception– Open to the public
Students featured from USJ:
See you there!
In the West Tennessee Regional Student Art Competition, there were 361 entries, and USJ students had 19 of the 159 accepted entries. They had a record number of entries this year and chose 30 fewer works. Getting selected this year into this state-wide juried competition was a big deal!
Here are the accepted works from the Upper School students. To see the work of the Middle school students, click here.