Rising FlameThe 2020 Minnesota Scholastic Art Awards have been announced, and we have a number of Upper School artists to congratulate this year! Collectively, the students received several ceramics, drawing, painting, and mixed media awards. View the pieces here.

  • Amelia Dickson, “Symmetry,” Drawing, Honorable Mention
  • Amelia Dickson, “Kitchen Mixer,” Drawing, Honorable Mention
  • Anna Gaudio, “Young Self,” Drawing, Silver Key
  • Charles Grimes, “Organic Forms,” Ceramics Portfolio, Honorable Mention
  • Charles Grimes, “Cups and Saucers,” Ceramics, Gold Key
  • Charles Grimes, “Sliced Garlic,” Ceramics, Honorable Mention
  • Charles Grimes, “Harvest Gathering,” Ceramics, Silver Key
  • Charles Grimes, “Self-Portrait,” Drawing, Silver Key
  • Ani Helgeson, “Toddler Self,” Drawing, Honorable Mention
  • Ella Jones, “Boycott,” Mixed Media, Honorable Mention
  • Ella Jones, “Pollution,” Drawing, Gold Key
  • Graham Li, “Air of Literature,” Mixed Media, Honorable Mention
  • Graham Li, “Joyful,” Drawing, Gold Key
  • Graham Li, “Rising Flame,” Painting, Silver Key
  • Cloris Lin, “Mixed Media Still Life, Mixed Media, Honorable Mention
  • Sehar Mapara, “I am a Truck Driver,” Painting, Honorable Mention
  • Emmet Tanzer-Tragatsch, “Minute to Win It!” Ceramics, Honorable Mention
  • TC Yang, “Mixed Media Still Life, Mixed Media, Honorable Mention
  • TC Yang, “Honey Comb,” Ceramics, Gold Key

Gold Key award winners will have their work on display at the Regis Center for the Arts West Gallery at the University of Minnesota, from February 4-22, 2020. Silver Key award winners will have their work digitally displayed in a slide presentation on gallery monitors during the exhibition at the Regis Center for the Arts. There will be an award ceremony on February 22, to honor Gold Key and Silver Key award winners. Gold Key artwork will be submitted into competition at the national level of judging in New York.

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