Article: 2021 Scholastic Art Awards Virtual Exhibit Now Open! Take a Virtual Tour, Here

2021 Scholastic Art Awards Virtual Exhibit Now Open! Take a Virtual Tour, Here

In December, we announced the Lorain City Schools middle school students whose art has been recognized, and awarded, as part of the 53rd annual Lorain County Region Scholastic Art Exhibit sponsored by Nordson Corporation. We highlighted each student and their art, HERE, if you missed it. 

Now, you can see each student's artwork, virtually, by taking a tour of the LCR Scholastic Art Awards Exhibit HERE
There are five exhibition portals, so be sure to visit each one, and enjoy your time in what is truly an awesome art experience!

Listed below are the 11 artists' names, grades, school they attend, key recognition and of course, their artwork.
In addition, the four Gold Key entries are automatically considered for national awards, including Gold Medal, Silver Medal with Distinction, Silver Medal, and direct scholarship awards.

Southview Middle School--Gold Key:
Emily Barnes-"Jellyfish" (9th)
Aubrey Gyorfi-"Fall Trees" (8th)
Ariana Rodriguez-"Self Portrait" (9th)

Longfellow Middle School--Gold Key:
Audrya Arroyo-"What My Eyes See" (8th)

Southview Middle School--Silver Key:
Mya Rivera-"Self Portrait" (8th)
Vanessa Valadez-Razo-"Dragonfly" (8th)

Longfellow Middle School--Silver Key:
Jasmine Sanchez-"Creative Conch" (8th)

Southview Middle School--Honorable Mention:
Ahjanee Coleman-"Phoenix" (8th)
Madison Kellam-"Dolphins" (8th (9th)
Kyra Rice-Landscape (9th)  

Of the 335 total pieces of artwork selected for the entire show, only 20 were selected from middle school artists. Of those 20 pieces, 11 were crafted by Lorain City Schools middle school students.

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