The Department of Visual Arts – Dedicated: 2023 Student Juried Art Exhibition will be on display at the Fletcher Hal
High School Rally Art Exhibition opens February 4thTue, 01/17/2023 - 4:14pm
The UL Lafayette College of the Arts and the Department of Visual Arts is hosting the 2023 Louisiana High School Literary Rally Art Exhibit at the Fletcher Hall Gallery. The exhibit runs from February 4th to Febraury 24th. An opening closing reception will take place on Saturday February 4 from noon – 2:00 pm. The exhibit features student artwork in a range of mediums from the following high schools:
Acadiana Renaissance Charter Academy,
Ascension Episcopal School,
Cecilia High School,
Catholic High School of New Iberia,
Ovey Comeaux High School,
David Thibodeaux STEM Magnate Academy,
Episcopal School of Acadiana,
Jeanerette High School,
Lafayette High School,
Lafayette Christian Academy,
Louisiana Virtual Charter Academy Magnet Academy for Cultural Arts
Northside High School,
Opelousas Catholic High School,
St. Thomas More Catholic High School,
Southside High School,
Teurlings Catholic High School,
Vermilion Catholic High School,
The exhibit is located in the Fletcher Hall Art Gallery on the second floor of Fletcher Hall. The gallery is open Monday-Thursday 9 – 5:00, Friday from 9 – Noon.
The Louisiana High School Rally Association (LHSRA) is a voluntary, non-profit, educational association of middle and junior units of a school, home schools, and senior high schools that are recognized by the State Department of Louisiana and the colleges and universities that coordinate the district and state competitions each year.
The purpose of LHSRA is to provide opportunities for students to achieve a greater awareness of the importance of education in these critical times and gain a renewed determination to develop their talents to the maximum by promoting keen competition and a desire for excellence, and in recognizing academic endeavors on a statewide level. Furthermore, it is an enlightened way of recognizing and rewarding students who excel in that for which all schools are primarily established, academic pursuits.