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Léman Student Artists Win National Awards

May 8, 2018

The Scholastic Art Awards are the nation's longest-running and most prestigious educational initiative supporting student achievement in the visual arts. The program has an impressive legacy, with alumni including Andy Warhol, Richard Avedon, and Cy Twombly. It's also the largest source of scholarships for creative teens.

We are thrilled to announce that 14 Léman student artists were recognized, including two who won national awards. This marks the first time that our school was represented on the national level. Congratulations to our winners and our visual arts faculty members. Also, please note that Gold Key winning works are currently on display at the Metropolitan Museum of Art through May 29th as part of the Scholastic Art Award Exhibit.

2018 Scholastic Art Awards Winners

Middle School:
Marieme Sylla, 7th grade, Ceramics - Gold Key
Saahil Suri, 7th grade, Ceramics - Silver Key
Sara Rose, 7th grade, Drawing - Honorable Mention

High School:
Tarragh Horner, 9th grade, Painting - Silver Key
Max Keeping, 9th grade, Sculpture - Silver Key
Jasmine Zhang, 9th grade, Painting - Honorable Mention
Alessandra Nasta, 10th grade, Drawing - Silver Key
Femi Shonuga Fleming, 11th grade, Photography - Gold Key* NATIONAL WINNER and Honorable Mention (two works recognized)
Diana Stolar, 11th grade, Drawing - Gold Key *NATIONAL WINNER
Karmel Spanier, 11th grade, Painting - Silver Key
Ben Festa Bianchet, 11th grade, Architecture - Honorable Mention
Nic Zurcher-Long, 12th grade, Mixed-Media, Gold Key
Polina Rozman, 12th grade, Painting, Silver Key
Fanyi Zhang, 12th grade, Painting, Honorable Mention (two works recognized)

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