Art Students Earn State Honors

March 8, 2012

The Menomonee Falls High School Art Department is proud to announce the student art work selected for the Wisconsin Scholastic Art competition. The high school was represented with 11 pieces that made it into the exhibition with an additional 9 Honorable Mentions, a total of 20 pieces of outstanding artwork.

The Awards presentation was at the Milwaukee Art Museum February 4, 2012. The exhibit was on display in the Windhover Hall in the Quadracci Pavilion for four weeks.

The Scholastic Art & Writing Awards have provided an avenue for young artists and writers, in grades 7-12, to receive recognition and rewards for their creative achievements since 1923. By acknowledging the visions and voices of emerging artists and writers, The Awards have helped nurture eight decades of promising talent by providing recognition, cash awards and college scholarships.

Exhibition Honors
Allison Ewald
Amanda Schultz
Brandon Doherty
Caila Kritzeck
Jill Schweiss(2)
Kim Watry
Miranda Lagunero
Miranda Thom
Rebecca Nienow
Zack Pogorzelski

Honorable Mention
Emma Lodl
Jamie Jorgenson
Jessy Zychowski
Jill Schweiss
Joey Monzingo
Kristen Protheroe
Rachel Matthews
Samantha Paddock
Sara Granke

 

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