In this way, Scholastics is much more than an award, or an exhibition. It is the very core of the art world, a unique, fragile community, which lasts one month, and contains most of the dreams and ambition of every artistic talent in Northeast Indiana. This is the first chance that many of these young artists have to see their work displayed, and to see their true competition next to them. The annual Scholastics exhibition contains hundreds of works of art and writing, each piece is chosen by area High School teachers as the best work representative of their students best projects throughout the school year.
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Six West Tisbury School students took home writing awards. Regional high school students dominated in the photography category, with 32 awards. Sophomore Davin Tackabury led the way with eight photography awards, including four gold keys, the top honor. He also earned two silver keys, the second place prize, and two honorable mentions.
Gold key winners will see their work go on to compete at the national competition in New York city, and the artwork will also be displayed at a special gallery exhibit in Boston. Gold and silver key winners will also be invited to a ceremony at Tufts University in March.
Chris Baer, the high school art, design and technology department chair, said winning artwork will be on display at the high school library conference room in March. Several other students earned honorable mentions for photography: Salyn Yancey earned gold key in ceramics and glass for this piece, titled coral.
Other students were honored for a wide range of creative work. Olin Gannon and Danielle Middleton earned silver keys in ceramics and glass. Salyn Yancey earned a silver key and an honorable mention in ceramics and glass.
Grace Kenney won a silver key in sculpture and Salyn Yancey earned a silver key in painting.
Julian Herman earned an honorable mention in digital art, David Sweitzer earned an honorable mention in fashion, and Rebeca Lima earned an honorable mention in film and animation. Alyssa Smith and Salyn Yancey both received honorable mentions in the painting category.
West Tisbury School students took home several writing awards this year. Graham Stearns took home a gold key in poetry for his poem titled Fishing Poem, and a silver key in journalism. Hardy Eville won a silver key in journalism. Charter school students were also honored.
Marshall Davidson received an honorable mention for his art portfolio. Autumn Richards won two honorable mentions, one for painting and one for mixed media.The Scholastic Art & Writing Awards are open for submissions.
National Arts Awards The Alliance for Young Artists & Writers Was Honored with an Arts Education Award, Presented by Scholastic Awards Alumnus Zac Posen. Online Galleries View art and writing . Art Portfolio includes the former category of Photography Portfolio. Writing Portfolio includes the former categories of Writing Portfolio Nonfiction and Writing Portfolio General.
Drawing and Illustration includes the former category Drawing. scholastic art & writing awards now open for submissions with scholarship opportunities for teens The Alliance for Young Artists & Writers invites students in grades 7–12 to submit their original works and join the legacy of Awards’ alumni including Andy Warhol, Sylvia Plath, Zac Posen, Stephen King and more.
Scholarly Work. Regional High School Exhibition at the FWMoA. By Dan Swartz. Fort Wayne Reader. Without the annual artistic outpouring that is the Fort Wayne Museum of Art's "Northeast Indiana and Northwest Ohio Scholastics Art & Writing Awards Exhibition," our city would miss an opportunity to see some of the tremendous .
The Scholastic Art & Writing Awards are open for submissions. National Arts Awards The Alliance for Young Artists & Writers Was Honored with an Arts Education Award, Presented by Scholastic Awards Alumnus Zac Posen.
Online Galleries View art and writing . Students in grades 7–12 in the U.S. and its territories, as well as American schools abroad, are invited to submit creative and original work in any of the Awards’ 29 art and writing categories, including architecture, painting, flash fiction, poetry, printmaking, and video game design.