The Livingston ISD art department was once again recognized by the Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo School Arts competition as a supershow award winner.
Approximately 10% of schools participating are awarded a supershow award each year. Livingston received their award last weekend from the 2023 contest.
Livingston ISD’s art department has won this prestigious award eight of the last nine contest years and now brings the count of supershow awards to 11.
In 2019, the Livingston ISD art program was inducted into the HLSR School Arts Hall of Fame for receiving the award five consecutive years. The district went on to win the award again in 2019 making six straight years. They have won the award two of the three competing years since, with one year of no contest due to the pandemic.
Winning Best in Show from Livingston High School was Alyssa Dean, while Gabriel Quintero and Misti Anaya were gold medalists.
Competition winners were awarded by judges at the Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo, and will now move on to the Grand Prix round were an auction of artwork takes place.