Last night the Jr K debuted a new show, “Squirm”.
There were spiders.
One even made it up the water spout.
The sssssnakes got a little sssssassy and sssstarted a sssilly game.
But my favorite shot of the night and possibly the year, was what I like to call “The Reluctant Spider”.
He pulled it together and finished with a smile. A true professional!
To see more pictures and to purchase downloads and prints, visit our online gallery. All proceeds benefit programs like this at USJ.
REMEMBER: The online gallery will be shutting it’s doors May 17th. Be sure to place all orders by then.
“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.
We have loved going to all the arts events and photographing your children this year. We have a talented bunch don’t we!?
Unfortunately, the Social Media position for next year has gone unfilled so we will be closing the online photo gallery and all social media outlets effective May 17th. EDITED: Twitter will remain open thanks to Dr. Tammy Grant. Head over there and start following us.
I want to send a big shout-out to this year’s interns, Cal Bigford and TJ Johnson, for doing such a great job helping me cover events. I would also like to thank Isabella Edwards for filling in the gaps and being our fall-back. Big thanks!!
To make your final download and print purchases from this year go to our gallery. Make all your selections and purchases by May 17th.
The 4th grade musical about what it’s like to live with and without technology, was introduced by Mrs. Debbie Ford who confessed her skills on the iPad.
It all started when the kids lost their connections and were in a panic.
As it usually happens, the grandparents came to the rescue. They sang.
They told amazing ghost stories.
This guy could be the next Rod Serling!
Most importantly the kids learned to never try to tell a granny she can’t jump rope anymore!
To see more pictures and to purchase downloads and prints, visit the Lower School section of our online gallery. ALL proceeds from your purchase goes to the arts at USJ.
Thanks for your support!
Back in February, the Kindergarteners put on a dog of a musical. It’s one of our favorites here at AG HQ.
We would like to thank 10th grader and AG photo intern, TJ Johnson for the great pictures!
To see more of TJ’s great pictures and to buy downloads and prints, visit our gallery. “Arf” will be listed under the Lower School heading.
You can find more info on the photo gallery here. All proceeds from the sale of images go directly to help fund the arts at USJ.
Thanks for your support!
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