US Congressional Art Competition – First and Second Place!

Congratulations to Josh Eull and Mady Vrkljan for their achievement in the US Congressional Art Competition. Josh won a 2nd place with his piece “USBee” and Mady won 1st place with her piece “Until I See You Again”.  Josh’s piece will be displayed in John Emmer’s office and Mady’s piece will be displayed in the Library of Congress in Washington D.C. This is a huge honor for our students and our school.

Another National Scholastic Win!

St. Michael-Albertville high school art department is proud to announce that student Morgan Smith (grade 12) received top honors in the National Scholastic Art and Writing contest! Morgan won a Gold Medal and an American Visions Medal for Photography! The title of her piece is called Soulful Moments.

Also, Cobin Szymanski Cobin (grade 10) won a  Silver Medal for a Critical Essay.

This remarkable achievement with nearly 340,000 works of art and writing were submitted to the 2019 Scholastic Awards. Our student’s work was selected by some of the foremost leaders in the visual and literary arts for excellence in originality, technical skill, and the emergence of a personal voice or vision. Receiving a National Medal places your student(s) within the top 1% of all submissions!

About the Medals:

The American Voices & Visions Medals, the highest regional honors, are given to one writer and one artist from each region.

Five works of writing and five works of art from each region are selected by local judges as American Voices & Visions nominees, who are then celebrated in local exhibitions and ceremonies. From the pool of nominees, a panel of jurors in New York City selects one writer and one artist from each region to receive an American Voices Medal or an American Visions Medal, a non-financial highest regional honor. These Medalists are celebrated during National Events and at the National Exhibition in New York City.

Youth Arts Month – Best in Show!

Best in Show from Ayodele Ogunlana.

At the end of the March at the Minnesota State Capital  Youth, Art Month Student Exhibition was judged. There were 100 entries. St. Michael-Albertville High school and Fieldstone Elementary did very well. At Fieldstone Elementary, Prince Valentine won a Judges choice award. At the High School in 2nd Place High – Hannah Miller, 1st Place High – Emily Markgraf Judges Choice award to Joshua Eull and Best Overall: Ayodele Ogunlana! Ayodele will received a $1,000 Check from Sargent Art.

 

 

Big Win at the MSHSL Competition

On Saturday, March 30 eighteen of our students participated in the Minnesota High School League Art competition at the Perpich Center for Arts Education. We were very successful with 5 Excellent’s, 13 Superiors, and 2 Spotlight  Awards. #stmaart #knightspride #mshsl