Benton County Historical Museum hosted the annual Willamette Valley Scholastic Art Awards from January 15 - February 27, 2010. 7th - 12th grade art students competed for scholarships and prizes and Winning work was exhibited in the Moreland Gallery. "Gold Key" winners were entered to compete in the national Scholastic Art Awards, and we're very pleased to announce that Haley Bourke's "Infans" won a Gold Medal national award!
The National Gold Medal Award is defined as "The most outstanding works in the nation."
From June 8-25, 2010, The World Financial Center Courtyard Gallery in New York City will showcase film, video, animation, writing, photography, painting, sculpture, fashion, drawing, graphic design and ceramics by emerging teenage artists recognized nationally through The Scholastic Art & Writing Awards. These talented teenagers follow in the footsteps of Andy Warhol, Richard Avedon, Robert Redford, Philip Pearlstein, David Salle, Robert Indiana, Tom Otterness and Zac Posen, who all won Awards when they were in high school.
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