USN art students sweep Law Day contest

Chloe ’22, Sam ’21, and Neil ’21 placed first, second, and third place, respectively.
by Trent Boysen, visual arts department chair

Several University of Nashville art students submitted work for the 2019 Law Day Essay and Art contest sponsored by the Nashville Bar Association. Open to students in the Nashville area in grades 9-12, the contest asked students to creatively express their ideas about living in a society that is governed by the rule of law. This year’s theme was "Free Speech, Free Press, Free Society.” Talented USN student-artists swept the awards.

Congratulations to Chloe Bruce ’22, Sam Briley ’21, and Neil Narayanan ’21, who earned awarded first, second, and third place, respectively. They were invited to the annual Nashville Bar Association luncheon to receive recognition for their work.
    • Sam Briley ’21, Neil Narayanan ’21, and Chloe Bruce ’22 at the awards luncheon.

    • first place by Chloe Bruce ’22

    • second place by Sam Briley ’21

    • third place by Neil Narayanan ’21

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