MN Scholastic Art Awards recognizes OSH students

The Minnesota Scholastic Art Awards recently recognized a record number of Osseo Senior High students for their artwork. Ten Osseo students were awarded a Gold Key, Silver Key or honorable mention in the highly competitive awards program. With a total of 14 pieces or portfolios recognized, some students received more than one award. Earning these honors distinguishes young artists for their creativity and hard work.

Ten Osseo Senior High School students are recognized for their artwork with Minnesota Scholastic Art Awards.

Ten Osseo Senior High School students are recognized for their artwork with Minnesota Scholastic Art Awards.

Gold Key winners from Osseo include:

• Junior Abby Arbeiter for a ceramics and glass piece, “Vase with Additive Tree”

• Sophomore Yucabeth Oyara for her photograph, “Who I Am”

• Junior Meghan Rafferty for her drawing, “Melt”

 

The judges evaluated 1,376 individual artwork entries and 170 portfolio entries. High school art teachers from outside of Minnesota serve as the judges. Beyond Minnesota, the Scholastic Art Awards are a national competition for awards and scholarships. It is one of the only nationally competitive programs to recognize outstanding artistic achievement among students in grades seven to 12. Selected artwork advances to the national competition in New York.

 

Other Osseo award winners

Silver Key winners:

• Junior Sara Jeet with her drawing “Voices”

• Junior Meghan Rafferty with her drawing “Vanity”

• Senior Brad Rasmussen with a ceramics and glass piece “Triangle Carved Vase”

• Senior Touria Techam with a ceramics and glass piece “Bowl With Band Design”

 

Honorable Mentions:

• Junior Abby Arbeiter with a ceramics and glass piece “Bloo”

• Senior Lianne Komen with photograph “Crowded Staircase”

• Senior Miranda Pauba with a drawing “Mechanical Me”

• Senior Lakin Ramseth with a ceramic and glass piece “ Oxide Vase”

• Senior Touria Techam with two ceramic and glass pieces “Masking Designed Plate” and “Spiral Platter”

• Senior Trevor Slattery with photo “Natural Attraction.”

 

 

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