Fine Arts News


  • 2019 Lovett Art Show & Sale


    2019 Lovett Art Show & Sale

    Opening Reception & Silent Auction
     Tuesday, November 5, 6:00 - 8 p.m.
    Preview for FOTA members & sponsors at 5:30 p.m.

     Art Show & Sale Dates: 
    November 6 - 8 & 11 - 14, 8:30 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.

    The Lovett School, Visual Arts Galleria
    3rd floor, Alan Fuqua Center

    CLICK HERE for more Artist Examples 
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  • Atlanta Celebrates Photography Exhibition

    Partnering with Atlanta Celebrates Photography*, Lovett will host Animalia: Photographs by Henry Horenstein and Anne Berry from September 10 to October 25 in the Visual Arts Galleria.
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  • Lovett Student Wins 11Alive's "Oh Say Can You Sing" Contest

    Katie Fryburger '23 won 11Alive's "Oh Say Can You Sing" voting contest and sang the national anthem in front of thousands at the start line of the Peachtree Junior Road Race on July 3rd.
    Click here to watch Katie on 11Alive showing off her singing skills!
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  • Lovett Student Wins at Sony World Photography Awards

    Zelle Westfall ’19 has won the title of Youth Photographer of the Year at the 2019 Sony World Photography Awards for her striking portrait Abuot.

    The Sony World Photography Awards is one of the world’s largest and most esteemed photography competitions and is now in its 12th edition. The 2019 Awards received a record-breaking 326,997 submissions from 195 countries.

    Click here for the complete press release.
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  • Footloose Tech Crew Helps Performers Dance In The Air

    This year, twenty students from Lovett’s Tech theater class crewed the big spring production, controlling everything from the sound board to set movements. 
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  • Let's Hear It For The Boys and Girls Of Footloose

    “After I do one show, I tend to want to start working on a show that’s completely the opposite, and that was Footloose,” Pitchford says. Not only was the 80’s classic grittier and darker then Peter Pan, but “Footloose is a musical with a lot of meaning,” she explains.
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  • Creating Magical Images with Lights & Photography

    "Photography III students programmed their cameras to the slowest possible shutter speed in order to exaggerate the movement of light in these mesmerizing pictures."
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  • The Lower School Learning Tree

    "A Learning Tree mural and art installation now fills a wall in the Lower School ... Through words and images, it captures Lovett’s mission and commitment to learning, character, and community. Over the course of the past seven months, every student in the Lower School has played a role in bringing the tree to life."
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  • Ellington Chosen for GMEA

    Lovett's Ellington Jazz Ensemble was honored by being chosen as the only high school jazz ensemble in the state to perform for the Georgia Music Educator Association's Annual In-State conference on Friday, January 25 in Athens, GA! Below is the Ellington's program for this event.


    The Lovett School is a small coeducational, kindergarten-twelfth grade independent school. Auditions to join the jazz ensemble are open for 9-12 graders at Lovett. In 2013, it became the first performing arts ensemble offered as an Honors class by the school. The Lovett School has placed as a finalist at Essentially Ellington four times and has appeared 5 times at Swing Central Jazz in Savannah, GA. 

    Corner Pocket...........................Freddie Green
    Aaron McFadden, trumpet; Noah Young, vibraphone; Brandon Holmes, tenor; Loren Bass-Sanford, piano

    La llama Azule.....................Bob Washut
    Harrison Rodriguez, trumpet; Loren Bass-Sanford, piano; Noah Young, vibraphone; Andrew Maddock, bari sax; 
    Jonathan Aris, drums; Holden Carson, congas

    Just One of Those Things.....................Cole Porter, arr. Buddy Bregman
    Avery Gipson, vocals

    Blue Ramble..........................Duke Ellington
    Byron Lathi, trombone; Harrison Rodriguez, trumpet

    Optimistic...................Radiohead, arr. Patty Darling 

    Anthropology......................Charlie Parker
    Featuring members of the Lovett Jazz Applied Faculty:
    John Sandfort, tenor saxophone; Rob Opitz, trumpet; Tim Pitchford, trombone; Justin Varnes, drums 

    Black Coffee...................Julie London, arr. Jon Harpin
    Avery Gipson, vocals; Galvin Feroleto, alto sax

    Latin American Sunshine......................Duke Ellington
    Loren Bass-Sanford, piano

    Back Bone.......................Thad Jones, arr. Mike Carubia 
    Byron Lathi, trombone; Galvin Feroleto, alto sax; Loren Bass-Sanford, piano; Harrison Rodriguez, trumpet
    Noah Young, vibraphone; Jonathan Aris, drums

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