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Mariemont City Schools Celebrates Scholastic Art Awards Recipients

Congratulations to Mariemont City School District's 2015-6 Regional Scholastic Art Awards recipients. Hundreds of students from Southwest Ohio and Northern Kentucky submit artwork to this regional and national art competition.  Mariemont High School is proud to announce that Mariemont High School students received 13 awards in the Gold, Silver and Honorable Mention categories. And Mariemont Junior High is proud to announce that three students have received three awards. 

The annual competition is the nation’s longest-running, most prestigious recognition initiative for creative students (grades 7-12) and the largest source of scholarships for young artists and writers. The Art Academy of Cincinnati (AAC) is producing the 2016 Regional Scholastic Art Awards of Southwest Ohio, Northern Kentucky and Southeast Indiana on our urban campus in historic Over-the-Rhine.

Mariemont High School Recipients
Kyle Mason: Gold Key for Photography
Meagan Meece: Gold Key for Ceramics & Glass
Helen Kemper: Silver Key for Painting and two Honorable Mentions for Painting
Lindsay Stricker: Silver Key for Photography
Bailey Vianello: Silver Key for Digital Art
Madi Andrus: Honorable Mention for Painting
Jacob Hudson: Honorable Mention for Photography
Ericka Pullen: Honorable Mention for Digital Art
Nathalie Weiss: Honorable Mention for Ceramics & Glass
Nina Willis: Honorable Mention for Painting
Lila Willis: Honorable Mention for Digital Art

Mariemont Junior High School Recipients
Addy Ashinger: Honorable Mention for Digital Arts
Ellie Poindexter: Honorable Mention for Collage/Mixed Media
Chris Wood: Silver Key for Drawing 

All 14 students will be honored at an award ceremony on January 29 at The School of Creative and Performing Arts. Their work will be on exhibit from January 23-February 6 at the Art Academy of Cincinnati, 1212 Jackson Street, Cincinnati, Ohio 45202. In addition, the Gold Key winners will go on to compete in New York City at the national level later this year.