Students Win Eight Scholastic Art Awards

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Breanna Durand, Manzana, Photography, Gold Key

Kate Hirschen

Eight students received recognition last week for their artwork in the Boston Globe Scholastic Art Awards.

Hundreds of entries were submitted statewide, ranging from photography to printmaking.

Scores in three main areas determined the winners: originality, technical skill, and personal vision or voice. Students were awarded honorable mentions, silver kets, and gold keys, which represent the highest achievement in the visual arts.

Middle and Upper School art teacher Brent Ridge said, “I am elated for their success! I am always proud of the work that our artists produce and am happy that the art program at Brimmer and May is being recognized for its excellence.”

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  • Breanna Durand, Manzana, Photography, Gold Key

  • Sarah Min, Dragon, Printmaking, Gold Key

  • Chlöe Berlin, Portfolio: Fertility in Folk Art: Examining Primitive Womanhood Across Cultures, Silver Key

  • Jaden Chung, Eye, Digital Art, Silver Key

  • Chlöe Berlin, Love Letter to Myself, Painting, Honorable Mention

  • Ahmad Fasial, Beyoncé, Photography, Honorable Mention

  • Olivier Khorasani, Streak, Photography, Honorable Mention

  • Sergei Tourian, Sadness, Sculpture, Honorable Mention

  • Catherine Leeder, Abyss, Photography, Honorable Mention

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