Our HT students have once again demonstrated their creative prowess by participating in Chicago’s Greektown 2023 Public Art Exhibit. This incredible opportunity was made possible through the efforts of Eve Moran, a friend of Holy Trinity and a dedicated individual who has been instrumental in finding unique and creative opportunities for our students.
In March, on the occasion of International Women’s Day, Eve Moran invited leaders from our esteemed Sisterhood Club, BSU, and Kickin’ Tigers to a special Mamie Till Mobley celebration luncheon and program at The Cliff Dwellers. It was a remarkable event that celebrated the achievements of remarkable women and served as a source of inspiration for our students.
Building on this momentum, Holy Trinity’s senior class was then asked to design and decorate a butterfly as part of the Greektown Art Exhibit. The exhibit, titled “The Dance of Psyche,” features a kaleidoscope of 26 vibrant three-dimensional sculptures, with each butterfly representing a different artist’s unique vision.
For our seniors, this opportunity was particularly meaningful as it allowed them to immortalize their four years at Holy Trinity. One of our talented students, Timothy Allison ’23, attended the ribbon-cutting ceremony on Friday, describing it as a truly special experience. Timothy, an aspiring graphic designer, and artist, had the chance to engage with fellow artists and gain valuable insights into their creative processes.
We encourage everyone to visit Greektown this summer and take a moment to admire the HT butterfly created by our senior class. The sculpture is a testament to the incredible talent and dedication of our students. Don’t forget to snap a selfie with the HT butterfly and share it on social media with the hashtag #HTArtExhibit!
We would like to extend our gratitude to Eve Moran for her unwavering commitment to providing unique opportunities for our students. Her efforts have enabled Holy Trinity High School to become a thriving hub for artistic expression and personal growth.
As we celebrate the achievements of our students in the Greektown Chicago’s Public Art Exhibit, let us also remember the importance of fostering creativity and embracing diverse opportunities. Holy Trinity High School remains committed to empowering our students to explore their artistic passions and reach their full potential.