Central New York – Teenage artists from 14 counties and over 90 middle and high schools in Central New York will submit thousands of top works of art for national and local recognition at the 2023 CNY Scholastic Art Awards. submitted. Sponsored by M&T Bank and hosted by Onondaga Community College, this year’s winning entries will be on display until early March.
Earlier this month, a panel of volunteer judges (professional artists, educators and photographers) gathered 4,000 individuals and 102 portfolio entries to select works from 17 categories. More than 1,155 works were awarded. On January 17th he will celebrate the gold key first place selection for entry into national competitions, as well as local awards, cash prizes and special recognition at a special awards ceremony to be held at the SRC Arena/OCC campus. increase.
Approximately 1,350 items, including Gold Keys, Silver Keys and Honorable Mention winners, are on display daily through March 3 at the Whitney Applied Technology Center at Onondaga Community College. From March 11th to April 9th for student works.
The works judged to be the best in their category will compete at the national level, and the results will be announced in the spring. Last year, the Central New York Region produced his 22 national winners. The Scholastic Art Awards program was founded by Scholastic, Inc. in 1923. This is the largest annual student art competition in America and the CNY region he has participated in for over 70 years. The CNY Art Council, a collective of local art teachers, volunteers countless hours to coordinate programs in the area.
For a combined 38 years, in addition to the ongoing support of OCC and M&T Bank, the CNY Art Council includes Light Work, Rudy Hellmann Photography, Tracy L. Haylor Memorial Fund, Syracuse Cultural Workers, Clayscapes, Independent Potters’ and many others. has sponsors. CNY Association, The Print Hub Syracuse, The Art Store, SI Newhouse Visual Communications, Purcell Construction Corp., The Sage Scholars Educational Foundation, OCC Foundation.
2023 CNY Scholastic Art Award Winners – Oswego Area Schools
Gold Key: Lillian Grennel, Jewelry. Christian Moreau, Digital Art. Madison Tucci, Jewelry.
Silver Key: Aiden Baxter, Digital Art. Samantha Moran, Jewelry.
Honorable mentions: Dalton Braemer (2), Autumn Keller, Anna Lowe, Samantha Moran, Christian Morrow, Oliver Randall, Emerson Widowski.
Gold Key: Madalin Dunn, Ceramics & Glass.
Silver Keys: Harley Potter, Ceramics & Glass.
Honorable Mention: Alexis Bickford.
John C. Bardlebow High School
Portfolio honorable mention: Alexander Bell.
Gold Key: Alexander Bell, photo.
Silver Keys: Alexander Bell, photo; Riley Breckenridge, photo; Arlene Russo, digital art.
Honorable Mention: Erica Dygert, Arlene Russo.
Emerson J. Dillon Middle School
Gold Key: Jackson Collier, drawings and illustrations.
Silver Key: Haley Prickett, Mixed Media.
Honorable Mention: Sage Byrne, Jackson Collier, JJ “Juliet” Filer, Haley Sikowski, Faith Thomas (2), Natasia Worley.
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