The place where creativity and learning are one.
The art educators at LHS believe that a compete art education includes aesthetics, art history, art studio, and art criticism.
Goals we have for our students include developing communication skills, creativity, knowledge, and perceptual abilities.
As a result, students gain an understanding of the interconnectedness between their own experiences and their art.
|One Million Bones Project
LHS students in Ms. Richard’s Sculpture/Ceramics classes created ceramic bones for the One Million Bones project. The bones are a memorial to to the millions of people who have lost their lives or become displaced as a result of genocide and humanitarian crisis in places like Sudan, Burma, Somalia, and the Democratic Republic of the Congo. The bones will be sent to Washington, D.C. to be part of a large scale installation on the National Mall on June 8-10.
Struggle by Travis C.
2nd Congressional District Art Show
Art students at LHS have been working hard all year. Recently that hard work has paid off. Since 1982 the U.S. Congress has held a national art show. Our congressman, Jared Pollis, recently hosted the 2nd Congressional District Art Show.
This show included works from the 10 counties Congressman Pollis represents. There were over 170 works of art from 20 different high schools.
Of the 7 awards given, 3 awards were given to LHS students. Baliey E., Travis C. and Cossete K. all received honors.
Check out their work at the Wildfire Gallery in Berthoud. The show will last until the end of the month.
Congratulations, LHS art students!
Look at Me by Bailey