Sunday, April 13, 2014

Student artists recognized at Boston Globe Art Show


2014 Globe Art Show Winners
Wakefield High School receives 20 awards
Wakefield High School artists were awarded two Silver Keys and 18 Honorable Mentions in the Boston Globe Scholastic Art & Writing Awards. Student artwork was judged against hundreds of talented students from all over the state.

Silver Key Award Winners:

Michael Calamonici, After the Rain, Digital Photography


Hannah Roberto, Landscape at Night, Torn Paper Collage


What is the Globe Art Show?   Each year the Alliance for Young Artists & Writers partners with The Boston Globe to bring the competition to local communities. The Globe Art Exhibit is the longest running, most prestigious recognition program for creative teens in the U.S.  A panel of professionals review each work of art using the following criteria: originality, technical skill, and emergence of personal vision or voice.
The Awards are an important opportunity for students to be recognized for their creative talents. This exciting competition is open to art students in grades seven through 12 in all public, private and parochial schools in Massachusetts. The Alliance has an impressive legacy dating back to 1923 and a noteworthy roster of past winners including Andy Warhol, Richard Avedon and Robert Redford.
   The Wakefield High School Visual Arts Department recently entered the 2014 Boston Globe Art Exhibit.  High school students received two silver keys, and 18 Honorable Mentions. Listed below are our winners. The entire collection of award winning work will be exhibited at Arts Night on June 11 at the Americal Civic Center.

In addition to the two gorgeous Silver Keys above, the following students were recognized for their outstanding achievements:

HONORABLE MENTIONS:
Emily Heil, Valley Sunset, Torn Paper Collage, Art 1
Mary O'Connell, Self Portrait, Graphic Design
Haley Riley, Up Close and Personal, Graphic Design
Deirdre Beck, Reflective Portrait, Illustration
Deirdre Beck, Artistic Hand, Illustration
Amy Wilson, My Childhood, Illustration
Raquel Riley, Movie Night, Ceramics
Andrew Robertson, Angel of Mercy, Black & White Film Photography
Sarah Thompson, Wakefield Warrior, Black & White Film Photography
Karina Vargas-Aquino, Positive/Negative Print, Black & White Film Photography
David Willard, Self Portrait, Pencil Drawing, Art 2
Michelle Dejoie, Sunlight on Corn, Digital Photography
Bridget Rollins, Drinking Glass, Digital Photography
Bridget Rollins, Graffit Digital Photography
Kim Wiltshire, Heroes Digital Photography
Scott Barbaro, The Narrator TV Production
Jamison Kenney, Cash Flinging Rapper TV Production
Brian Saviano, Emergency Alert TV Production

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