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A single piece can encompass elements ranging from the solar system to an erupting volcano, with Korean script appearing throughout. Six West Tisbury School students took home writing awards.
Other students were honored for a wide range of creative work. 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. Salyn Yancey earned gold key in ceramics and glass for this piece, titled coral.
Follow her on Twitter misssoniarao. 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. 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.
Several other students earned honorable mentions for photography: Marshall Davidson received an honorable mention for his art portfolio. It was inspired by an incident in which Corbett, then 12, and her mother were catcalled while walking on a bridge.
Olin Gannon and Danielle Middleton earned silver keys in ceramics and glass. Lesley Davison, director of the regional program, said about 18, pieces were submitted this year — 15, for visual art and 3, for writing.
Autumn Richards won two honorable mentions, one for painting and one for mixed media. Gold and silver key winners will also be invited to a ceremony at Tufts University in March.
Regional high school students dominated in the photography category, with 32 awards. West Tisbury School students took home several writing awards this year.
Gold Key winners, including Mah, move on to the national competition.
Bolling Municipal Building, in Roxbury. Five Gold Key winners were also nominated for the national American Visions award, which recognizes pieces that speak to the modern teenage experience. He also earned two silver keys, the second place prize, and two honorable mentions.
Sophomore Davin Tackabury led the way with eight photography awards, including four gold keys, the top honor. An artist who has lived in Canada, South Korea, and the United States, Mah draws from her scattered thoughts to create vibrant paintings that capture her multifaceted cultural identity.
Soomin Mah, Dana Hall School. Charter school students were also honored. Graham Stearns took home a gold key in poetry for his poem titled Fishing Poem, and a silver key in journalism.
I encourage these students to continue to share their voices and experiences through their art. Simone Davis, gold key in photography for Who? An equivalent award, American Voices, exists for writers.
Hardy Eville won a silver key in journalism. Grace Kenney won a silver key in sculpture and Salyn Yancey earned a silver key in painting. Get The Weekender in your inbox: Sonia Rao can be reached at sonia. Salyn Yancey earned a silver key and an honorable mention in ceramics and glass.
Divided into 29 categories, the submissions were judged by professionals in both fields for the chance to receive Gold Key, Silver Key, or honorable mention awards.
Alyssa Smith and Salyn Yancey both received honorable mentions in the painting category.MELROSE — Principal Jason Merrill is pleased to announce that seven students earned Boston Globe Scholastic Art and Writing Awards in this year’s competition.
Members of MHS’ Visual Arts Department submitted more than 30 outstanding student pieces to the Scholastic Art and Writing Awards in December. The Scholastic Art and Writing Awards has been held annually since Our state-wide, regional competition is sponsored this year by both the Boston Globe and Tufts University.
Last year they received about 18, submissions, viewed by more than fifty judges, and nationally, there were more thanentries. The regional Globe competition, this year presented by the School of the Museum of Fine Arts, is in its 64th year. For students, the program is more than just an opportunity to earn scholarships.
Here is a selection of the community's Boston Globe Scholastic Art Awards winners. A panel of judges voted to award Gold Keys, Silver Keys, as well as honorable mentions.
BMAC is proud to serve as the Vermont affiliate for the Scholastic Art & Writing Awards, a prestigious national program that recognizes and nurtures the creative talents of teen artists and writers. Twenty-nine MVRHS art, design, and technology students won a total of 47 awards this year across seven categories at the Boston Globe Scholastic Art Awards.Download