US Visual Arts Showcased in National & Local Exhibitions
The works of three Upper School Visual Arts students are currently being showcased as part of the Young American Talent Contest hosted by Booker T. Washington School. The Young American Talent Contest is an annual event where hunders of works are submitted from across North Texas High Schools, and the juried competition offers student artists an opportunity to compete with their peers. The exhibition is being held at El Centro College and will run from February 25 - March 20 with a culminating reception and awards ceremony.
Digital Art Siri Ketha Photography Katy Goodwin Jackson Shuman
At the Fort Worth Country Day Black & White Exhibition and Contest, Greenhill had nine students earn outstanding honors for their photography. Dr. John Rohrbach, Senior Curator of the Amon Carter Museum, gave an in-depth discussion on each of the winning images.
Architecture 1st: Josh Flowers 2nd: Katy Goodwin 3rd: Helena Shan
Finally, Goodwin and Rithu Sreenath participated as Finalists in the YoungArts Competition in Miami earlier this year. At the competition, the Greenhill students spent the week in master classes, participating in workshops, lectures, museum visits, photographic challenges, and a multitude of other cultural experiences. The week culminated in an exhibition of their Concentration Portfolio along with other visual artists from around the country. Goodwin was honored with a Level 1 award, and Sreenath captured a Level 2 award, which comes with a monetary prize. Both students are recognized as alumni of the YoungArts Foundation.