FPC Scholastics Art & Writing Winners

The 101st Scholastic Art and Writing awards seek students and their work that express authentic perspectives. These elite students soar beyond assignment parameters and social media trends. Adjudicators evaluate works that exemplify the Award’s core values of originality, skill, emergence of personal voice, and artistic vision.
Mrs. Heather Blackmon-Gordon’s Scholastic Art & Writing Competition winners in
Digitial Art, Painting, and Portfolios.
Marc St. Louis won an Honorable Mention in Digital Art.
Wade Jolteus won an Honorable Mention in Digital Art.
Breanna Michel won an Honorable Mention in Portfolio and an Honorable Mention in Digital Art.
Nico Tovar was awarded a Gold Key in Digital Art, not pictured.
Dyanelis Ovalles- Honorable Mention in Ceramics- Body X Burnout.
(Instructor, Katherine Avra)
Melany Martinez Rosales- Honorable Mention in Ceramics, Family Tree.
(Instructor, Katherine Avra)
Mia Iken- Golden Key Winner in Ceramics, Books.
(Instructor, Katherine Avra)
Carrigan Cramer- Honorable Mention in Painting, Duality.
(Instructor H. Blackmon-Gordon)
Magdali Zabala-Gold Key winner in the Mixed Media category, That One Bite.
(Instructor H. Blackmon-Gordon)
  
Brian Lira won a Gold Key in Photography, The Bear. Brian is photographed with his certificate.
(Instructor H. Blackmon-Gordon)
Gold Key winners will move on to the national judging. Finalists are awarded a $12,500 scholarship during the ceremony at Carnegie Hall in New York City this summer. Notable winners throughout history include Cy Twombly, Andy Warhol, Ezra Jack Keats, Stephen King, and Amanda Gorman.

Author: KATHERINE AVRA

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