CFA Students Garner 29 Awards at Prestigious Eastern/Central NC Scholastic Art Awards 2016

Twenty-nine works of art by CFA students have earned honors in the prestigious 2016 Eastern / Central NC Scholastic Art Awards.  New this year was the submission of the work of CFA’s photography class which captured three awards, including a Gold Key!  

At the regional level approximately 5 – 7% of the works submitted receive Regional Gold Keys, 7-10 % receive Silver Keys and 10 – 15% receive Honorable Mentions.

These are the CFA student winners:

Gold Key Award

  1. Holland Brulport  grade 12 photography

  2. Margaret Sprunt grade 8 mixed media

Silver Key Award

  1. Emily Cooke grade 12 art portfolio, senior

  2. Charlie Armitage grade 8 scratchboard

  3. Molly Gilbert grade 8 mixed media

  4. Molly Gilbert grade 8 sculpture

  5. Anna Itzkowitz grade 7 mixed media

  6. Caroline Lloyd grade 7 ceramics

  7. Caroline Lloyd grade 7 sculpture

  8. Maddie Porter grade 10 digital art

  9. Matthew Sweyer grade 11 photography

Honorable Mention

  1. Luca Basilio grade 7 sculpture

  2. Luca Basilio grade 7 mixed media

  3. Blythe Hodgden grade 7 mixed media

  4. Blythe Hodgden grade 7 sculpture

  5. Lily Howell grade 10 ceramics

  6. Anna Itzkowitz grade 7 sculpture

  7. Davis Kranchalk grade 7 mixed media

  8. Miles Lindstrom grade 8 mixed media

  9. Charlie Murtha grade 7 mixed media

  10. Jimmy Neil grade 10 photography

  11. Olivia Pasin grade 7 mixed media

  12. Maddie Porter grade 10 drawing

  13. Shamyia Robinson grade 7 mixed media

  14. Quaid Sutherland grade 7 mixed media

  15. Mary Thompson grade 7 mixed media

  16. Mary Thompson grade 7 sculpture

  17. Anna White grade 8 mixed media

  18. Ava Williams grade 8 sculpture

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Awards ceremony for Gold Key and Silver Key winners will be held in Wilson Gymnasium on the Barton College campus Sunday, January 31 at 1:30.

The regional exhibition (Gold and Silver Key work) will be on display in Barton College Galleries from January 31-February 18.  Gold Key award work will move on to the national competition this spring.

Gold Key, Silver Key, and Honorable Mention work will be shown in an online exhibition.