Saturday June 24, 2017

2014 Student Art Show Winners


The Grand Blanc Arts Council Presents

The Student Art Show and Senior Scholarship Awards

The Student Art Show is a spring exhibition of Grand Blanc High School art students and showcases over 100 outstanding two-dimensional and three- dimensional works.

The work is judged and scholarships are awarded to three of our gifted student artists.

 



Grand Blanc High School Artwork on Display

 

The Grand Blanc Arts Council is excited to announce the winners of the 2014 Student Art Show and Senior Scholarship Awards.

 



First Place- $1000 - Taylor Cain

 

 


Second Place- $500 - Haley Touchette

 

 


Third Place - $250 - Caitlyn McMullen

 

 

 

Student Council Awards for a single entry:
 
1st Place - Alexis Madsen   $100 

 


2nd Place - Mitchell Burton    $75 
3rd Place - Madison Briggs   $50


Art was on display at the Grand Blanc Township Government Building May 12-15. A reception and awards ceremony took place on May 14th.

 

Senior Scholorship artwork is judged by a three-person panel of professional artists and art teachers.   The scholorship money is paid directly by the GBAC to the college or institution of higher learning selected by the student.

 

Panel of Judges

Larry Clegg - Retired art teacher, porcelain ceramic artist

Barbara Walworth – Watercolorist

Mara Jevera Fulmer – Professor/Program Coordinator, Graphic Design, MCC

 

Judging Criteria

Originality, composition, use of materials, quality of presentation



Over 50 Grand Blanc High School seniors competed for GBAC College Scholarships and awards. Participants submited 3-5 pieces of artwork, including drawings in graphite, charcoal, marker or ink; paintings in watercolor or acrylic; ceramics; textiles; mixed media; digital art and photography.  Art teacher, Steve Barker also requires that competing senoirs include personal statements as part of their portfolios.
 


The GBAC beleives that the annual Student Art Show encourages student creativity, fosters responsibility through the meeting of deadlines, increases confidence in exhibit procedures, and gives students an opporuntiy to represent themselves and their school to the public.  It also provides an opportunity for the community to enjoy and appreciate student artwork and creativity.
 

 

If you are a business or individual that is interested in sponsoring a student award at the 2015 event, please contact us.

Last Updated: Tuesday, 17 June 2014 18:50