2023 Congressional Art Competition highlights student art


Xavier Thomas, Web Editor

Ten students had their art submitted and displayed at the 2023 Congressional Art Competition held Friday, May 26 at the SLU Museum of Art. The artwork will be displayed until July 7th. Congresswoman Cori Bush attended and expressed her love of the artwork from U. City. Two students attended the reception: Zane “Oliver” Watt Hoven, junior, and Amorie Warren, sophomore.

Seniors T’Mya Bradley and Daysha “Jet” Clark both won awards. Clark won 2nd place, and Bradley won honorable mention.

Participants and number of pieces: 

Nakiyah Abbott Harrell- 2

T’Mya Bradley- 2 (won honorable mention)

Yustralia Brown- 1

Daysha “Jet” Clark- 1 (won 2nd place)

Mondis Doyle-1

Clementine Huck- 6

Angel Monroy Castulo- 2

Ricky Moseley- 1

Amorie Warren- 2

Zane “Oliver” Watt Hoven- 4