Students place first at Highland Community College Art Contest

Desjha Shasteen wins an Artist Excellence award with this pencil drawing at the Highland Community College Art Contest on Thursday, April 21.

 

This piece by Kirsten Hartter receives an Honorable Mention award at the Highland Community College Art Contest on Thursday, April 21.

 

Sophia Meyer wins an Artist Excellence award with this pencil drawing at the Highland Community College Art Contest on Thursday, April 21.

 

This piece by Samantha Arnold was entered into the Highland Community College Art Contest on Thursday, April 21.

 

This piece by Morgan Toedman was entered into the Highland Community College Art Contest on Thursday, April 21.

 

Kirsten Hartter wins an Artist Excellence award with this coffee painting at the Highland Community College Art Contest on Thursday, April 21.

 

Samantha Arnold receives an Honorable Mention award with this pencil and ink drawing at the Highland Community College Art Contest on Thursday, April 21.

 

Chloe Menold wins an Artist Excellence award with this mixed media piece at the Highland Community College Art Contest on Thursday, April 21.

 

Olivia Saner wins an Artist Excellence award with this mosaic piece at the Highland Community College Art Contest on Thursday, April 21.
This piece by Morgan Toedman was entered into the Highland Community College Art Contest on Thursday, April 21.
Hadley Argabright wins an Artist Excellence award with this pencil drawing at the Highland Community College Art Contest on Thursday, April 21.
Samantha Arnold wins an Artist Excellence award with this pencil drawing at the Highland Community College Art Contest on Thursday, April 21.
Morgan Toedman receives an Honorable Mention award with this lino print piece at the Highland Community College Art Contest on Thursday, April 21.
Hadley Argabright receives an Honorable Mention award with this clay sculpture piece at the Highland Community College Art Contest on Thursday, April 21.

Submitted by Connie Herbster

Highland Community College held its 40th annual Art Day on Thursday, April 21. The event consisted of an art contest with a variety of art workshops and competitions throughout the day. 

There were 32 high schools in attendance. Nearly 1,000 high school student artworks were displayed. Students and teachers had the opportunity to participate in many activities such as chalk drawing, self-portrait, button making, Photoshop, wire sculpting and life drawing workshops, as well as competitions in art history, wheel throwing, self-portraits, sidewalk chalk drawing and wire sculpting.

The competition was divided into two categories; 1A, 2A and 3A schools and 4A, 5A and 6A schools. Each school is allowed to enter 30 artworks and Sabetha placed first.

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