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Scholastic Art & Writing Awards: New York City Regional Exhibition

Friday, February 9, 2018   (0 Comments)
Posted by: Michael Graziano
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Scholastic Art & Writing Awards: New York City Regional Exhibition

We are thrilled to announce that students from the SFP Art Department are once again winners in the National Scholastic Arts and Writing Awards. Students from across the nation submitted 255,000 works of art and writing to the Scholastic Art Competition. Winners are recognized at the regional level and celebrated in exhibitions and ceremonies at The New School and The Metropolitan Museum of art. Our winners this year are :

Alexia Albano, Honorable Mention Drawing and Illustration Spill Of Emotions

Alexia Albano, Honorable Mention Drawing and Illustration In My Feelings

Jordan Ban, Honorable Mention Photography Blurryface

Gavril Brown, Silver Key Photography words

Gavril Brown, Silver Key Digital Art Angel's Breath

Jinghong Chen, Honorable Mention Drawing and Illustration Mountain, ocean, and mind

Mofan Chen, Honorable Mention Digital Art One World Trade Center #4

Mofan Chen, Honorable Mention Architecture & Industrial Design Wood Castle

Mofan Chen, Silver Key Film & Animation Citdale

Victoria DeVine, Silver Key Digital Art Poison Ivy

Justin DiMaggio, Honorable Mention Digital Art Bleed Through

Justin DiMaggio, Honorable Mention Digital Art Shotaro

Justin DiMaggio, Honorable Mention Digital Art Reaper Self Portrait

Justin DiMaggio, Silver Key Architecture & Industrial Design Video Game Lounge Concept

Brenna DiTommaso, Honorable Mention Photography Happy Place

Alanah Durant, Silver Key Drawing and Illustration Stress

Briana Golden, Honorable Mention Photography strangled

Briana Golden, Silver Key Photography rebirth

Briana Golden, Silver Key Photography contrast

Briana Golden, Silver Key Photography burning out

Briana Golden, Silver Key Photography tied up

Briana Golden, Silver Key Photography The Shadow

Briana Golden, Silver Key Photography Recorded

Briana Golden, Silver Key Digital Art Clarity

Laima Kezys, Honorable Mention Drawing and Illustration BLEGH

Laima Kezys, Honorable Mention Drawing and Illustration Loquacious

Yejin Kim, Honorable Mention Drawing and Illustration crying children

Emma Klagsbrun, Honorable Mention Photography Free To Be

Emma Klagsbrun, Silver Key Photography darkness consumes

Catherine Krahn, Silver Key Architecture & Industrial Design Howl's Diner

Alexis Lodico, Honorable Mention Ceramics & Glass Decomposing Flower

Rikamarie LourdesMantaring, Honorable Mention Drawing and Illustration lost in the light

Rikamarie LourdesMantaring, Honorable Mention Drawing and Illustration the void

Rikamarie LourdesMantaring, Silver Key Painting The woman of the jungle

Rikamarie LourdesMantaring, Silver Key Drawing and Illustration no looking back

Mark Milian, Honorable Mention Digital Art Capture Life Before It Passes You By

Fernando Ng, Silver Key Digital Art Moon Cake

Zhamia Nunez-Simon, Honorable Mention Drawing and Illustration Where do I start ?

Hannah O'Connell, Honorable Mention Mixed Media Wings

Hannah O'Connell, Silver Key Painting Field of Flowers

Mariana Papadopoulos, Gold Key Ceramics & Glass Deep Blue

Mariana Papadopoulos, Honorable Mention Painting Yiayia Mou

Mariana Papadopoulos, Honorable Mention Painting From Astoria

Olivia Perez-Fung, Silver Key Painting Drippy

Victoria Reshetnikov, Gold Key Painting Delicate Conversation

Janine Sahagun, Gold Key Drawing and Illustration Confusion

Janine Sahagun, Honorable Mention Drawing and Illustration Holiday Reflections

Elise Sementilli, Gold Key Digital Art A Reflection on School

Viviana Torres, Gold Key Painting Veins

Viviana Torres, Honorable Mention Drawing and Illustration Viva Colombia

Gabriella Varvarigos, Honorable Mention Painting Ocean

Aedan Wojciech, Gold Key Photography Recreation of "Invasion of Prague

Winning a Gold Key Award from Scholastic Arts & Writing is a major achievement, not only for the fact from all the New York City teens who entered, their work was recognized as some of the strongest, but they have their art work exhibited in one of the most famous locations; the Metropolitan Museum of Art.

Presented by the Alliance for Young Artists & Writers, the Scholastic Awards are the longest-running and most prestigious recognition program for creative teens in the United States. Located in the Ruth & Harold D. Uris Center for Education, their art work, along with more than 600 works of art and writing, will be exhibited from March 23th to May 28th.

Many other students from the Art Department also entered the competition, ranging from Sophomores to Seniors, and received Silver Keys and Honorable Mentions. The Art Department is extremely proud of all those who entered and their accomplishments!