Scholastic Art Awards
Scholastic Art Awards
Thirty-six students from Wayzata High School won 2013-14 Minnesota Scholastic Art Awards with 9 students taking top honors.
Alice Hu, grade 12, won the American Visions Medal for the category of drawing. The medium used is charcoal. She is invited to attend the National Ceremony at Carnegie Hall in New York on June 6, 2014. Click on the image to the left to view it full-sized.
In the category of drawing, Gold Key awards were earned by senior Margaret Anderson for seven drawings; Alice Hu for one painting, two drawings and her art portfolio; senior Erin Jenum for two drawings; and senior Sophia Zhang for her art portfolio; juniors Allison Engeriser for one drawing and Bella Roussanov for one drawing. Silver Key awards were earned by senior Margaret Anderson for two drawings and one painting; senior Erin Jenum for one drawing; senior Sarah Nelson for one drawing; senior Maggie Scanlon for one drawing; and senior Sophia Zhang for one drawing; junior Katheryn Blake for one drawing; junior Bella Roussanov for one drawing and one painting; and sophomore Christine Kim for one drawing. Honorable mentions were earned by senior Margaret Anderson for three drawings; senior Elizabeth Batman for two drawings; senior Alex Blake for one drawing; senior Alice Hu for one painting; senior Joseph Silbaugh for printmaking; and senior Sophia Zhang for two drawings; junior Alisson Engeriser for two drawings and one printmaking; junior Katelyn Krebsbach for one printmaking; junior Haley McNiff for one drawing; junior Bella Roussanov for one painting; junior Elisa Simmons for one drawing; and junior Lindsey Turner for one drawing; sophomore Kira Dranchak for one drawing and sophomore Jennifer Radermacher for one drawing.
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In the category of painting, senior Priya Tuttle earned a Gold Key award and seniors Elizabeth Batman and Alice Hu earned honorable mentions.
In the category of 3D Design, freshman Zach Spiczka earned a Gold Key award, senior Joshua Meade and freshman Morgan Cowle earned Silver Key awards.
In the category of ceramics, senior Grant Johnson earned a Silver Key award and senior Michelle Gaveske earned two honorable mentions.
In the category of Design, junior Bobby Frazzini earned a Gold Key award; sophomore Annika Kohrt earned a Silver Key award; senior Allison Engeriser earned an honorable mention; senior Katie Klopfenstein earned an honorable mention; senior Jordan Yasmineh earned an honorable mention; sophomore Kaden Dohm earned an honorable mention; and sophomore Owen Rahm earned an honorable mention.
In the category of Animation, junior Kira Dranchak earned a Silver Key award.
The Scholastic Art Awards were designed to foster creative expression by secondary students and to recognize and encourage achievement in the creative arts by offering visibility and scholarships. Gold Key award-winning work is automatically entered in the national competition in New York, where panels of prestigious members of the arts and education communities judge the entries for technical proficiency, originality and emergence of personal style or vision.