Designed by The DOPE Arts Club, a visual and performing Arts Club at Evan E. Worthing High School
Artists: Joseph Linsey, Lawreal Davis, Aveyon Smith, Nasstajjia Richard, and Rashawn Green
About the Artists
D.O.P.E. stands for Driven On Positive Energy; therefore, the visual artists involved in this club seek to create art that motivates fellow students, as well as, encourage all individuals to take a stand against issues such as bullying and violence. Additionally, DOPE members work closely together with community mentors to create various types of art exhibits for both the school and community to enjoy. The DOPE ART CLUB members chose to create this logo with a “we can all peacefully co-exist” point of view using the flat earth model and the spaceship from NASA, which usually are contradictory to one another. Despite the juxtaposition, these objects demonstrate how the ability to co-exist and collaborate is possible once we all accept each other’s truth in the same way the globalist and flat-earthers once did. Furthermore, the belief mentioned above also promotes equity and social justice; therefore, challenging the dominant narratives that compromise equitable leadership. The city skyline sitting on top of the Earth represents Houston becoming a #1 place in the world for exceptional education. The background picture demonstrates how in space there is no limit to what we can do when we come together with our alliances, including our families, students, and communities. Lastly, the UCEA Houston 2018 Revolution text is featured prominently in the center of the logo to highlight the impact UCEA is creating in the field of education.