The artwork is contributed in 13 different categories. The artists range from grades 7 to 12. Each artist is eligible to submit one or more pieces of art. They can also submit portfolios made up of 8 pieces of artwork.
Art that is judged for successful inclusion in the Minnesota Scholastic Art Awards exhibit is awarded either a Gold Key, Silver Key, or an Honorable Mention. The MSAA exhibition is held at the U of M’s Regis Center for the Arts. The award ceremony will take place at the Weisman Art Museum. Any pieces that receive a Gold Key are automatically entered into the National Scholastic Art Awards. The NSAA takes place in New York.
Holy Family’s award-winning artists are:
Tanner Braun; Photograph “Empty Nutrition”
Tom Mahota; Ceramics “Rusted Red Teapot”
Caitlyn Shipp; Photograph “The Woman of the Masquerade”
Peter Kerkvliet; Animation “Animation Demo Reel”
Tom Mahota; 8 piece Ceramic Portfolio “Sculpture vs Function”
Tanner Braun; Photograph “Explore”
Tanner Braun; Photograph “Cruise”
Tanner Braun; Photograph “Aliens are Real”
Eleanor Erdman; Photograph “Pier”
Lillian Graupman; Painting “Van Gogh in a Box”
Lillian Graupman; Painting “Girl and the Window”
Jonathan Grunow; Photograph “Forest Portrait”
Jonathan Grunow; Photograph “Black and white Portrait”
Tom Mahota; Ceramics “Pillar Vase”
Tom Mahota; Ceramics “Pit fire Moon Vase”
Tom Mahota; Ceramics “Pit fire Bud Vase”
Claire Melander; Photograph “me”
Caitlyn Shipp; Photograph “What Lies Beyond”
Caitlyn Shipp; Photograph “The Superior Wave”
Lucy Treat; Drawing “Wearing Air”
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