State Of The Arts

State Of The Arts

Annual Arts Exhibition features over 400 pieces of student artwork.

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La Salle College High School held its 33rd Annual Arts Festival and the Art Department exhibited over 400 pieces of student artwork throughout the school on Monday, May 16, 2016. Over 90% of the students who took an art class had at least one piece of artwork included in the exhibition, which ranged from ceramics and sculptures to drawings and paintings. The student artwork was critiqued by two judges and awards were given to pieces that displayed excellence. Students from eight different courses received Awards of Excellence for a piece of artwork they produced in class. Five additional students received a "Body of Work" Award, which recognizes the quality and quantity of work that a student has produced.


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ART EXHIBITION EXCELLENCE AWARDS

Body of Work
Matt Shott, Ryan McDonnell, Joseph Sortino, Liam Collins, and Sean Lee

Ceramics 1
Owen Williamson, Jared Walls, Will Cook, Chris Oldt, Ed Holzel, Daniel Junkin, Joe Grant, Tom Cipollia, Eugene Pinder, and Liam Trainer

Drawing 1
Sean Friday, Daniel Kelly, Grant Hamilton, and Hugh Reilly III
Painting 1
Owen Sacco

Sculpture 1
Joe Frangiosa, Don Furmanski, Andrew Kulikowski, Alex Hughes, and Sean Mulligan

Freshman Foundations
Craig Fox, Chris Mockaitis, and Bradley Reuter

Ceramics 2
John Denny and Kyle Landis

Drawing 2
Owen Moran and Owen Lanphear

Sculpture 2
Michael Kelley


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