Campbell Art Students Garner Statewide Recognition
January 29, 2016
submitted by Denise Freeman, Campbell High School
Congratulations to Campbell High art students for their success in the Scholastic Art Awards of New Hampshire. Over 2,400 works of art and 120 portfolios were submitted for adjudication in the 2016 Scholastic Art Awards Program of New Hampshire. The program is a prestigious statewide competition open to grades 7-12. Students have the opportunity to earn Gold, Silver Key, honorable mentions, prizes, and scholarships.
Congratulations to the Gold Key recipients, Kelly Shattuck (Mixed Media) and Jamie Byers (Drawing). Jamie a sophomore earned two Gold Keys and an honorable mention in drawing. Quinn O’Connell was awarded four Silver Keys (Drawing), an honorable mention in design and drawing and a Silver Key Portfolio which is comprised of eight visual artworks. Amber Dalton also received a Silver Key Portfolio and an honorable mention in photography. Michael Marr was awarded a Silver Key in design. Katherine Falardeau earned three Silver Keys in digital art, and an honorable mention in printmaking. Katie Hood also earned an honorable mention in sculpture.
The New Hampshire Scholastic Art Awards Exhibit is located at the Stockbridge Theater on the campus of Pinkerton Academy in Derry. The exhibit is open to the public Jan. 19 through Feb. 7, Monday through Friday, 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. The awards ceremony will be at 1 p.m. for grades 10-12, Sunday, Feb. 7. Students, guardians, parents, teachers, administration and the community are all welcome to this prestigious student exhibit. Upon closing of the exhibit, all of the Gold Key artworks from Campbell High will be sent to the nationals for the adjudication this spring.