Congratulations to Alyssa Healey for winning a Silver Key for her oil pastel in this year’s National Scholastic Art Awards. The Scholastic Art & Writing Awards received over 230,000 submissions, only 1% received National recognition. Congratulations is extended to Chris Coe a former MSMS student now a senior at Burlington High who also received a Silver Key with distinction for his art portfolio.
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Burlington High School’s 40th Annual Art Exhibition
The opening reception for Burlington High School’s 40th Annual Art Exhibition: What’s Over the Hill? will be held on Thursday, March 21, from 6:30 until 8:30 pm, which is also the night of the high school’s Open House. Hundreds of pieces of work from all art classes will be on display in the high school library and main lobby. The show will be up until the second week of April, but this is the only night that the exhibition will be open to the general public.
Cambridge Street Gallery, across from the school’s cafeteria, will also be open that night. On display will be the middle school’s Honorable Mention Award winners from this year’s Scholastic Art Awards (The Gold Key and Silver Key winners of both the high school and middle school are still on display in Boston’s Transportation Building.).
Congratulation to Emily Kiehl for her submission acceptance into the Marble Collection Magazine’s Spring 2013 edition.
The Marble Collection publishes the only print and digital magazine of the arts for and by Massachusetts secondary students; The Marble Collection: Massachusetts High School Magazine of the Arts showcases students’ art, literature, music and video works. In addition, they offer one-to-one online Student-Mentoring Workshops, in which college-level mentors help teens share and refine their voices—at no cost to the school or student.
Click on link below to view online gallery.
Congratulations to all the Scholastic Art Award winners! In yesterday Boston Globe
there was a section dedicated to all the winners. Each year a few images are selected and featured in this edition, Laura Frustaci ‘s photograph was included in this selection.