Gallery Visit Projects
Freshman Gallery Visit Projects from first semester Visual Arts classes are on display in Junior Hall until February 19. Students have done fabulous work replicating artwork seen in Portland’s galleries during the month of November. Check it out!
2016 Scholastic Art Awards
Congratulations to award recipients and to 48 students who entered 195 individual pieces and eight senior portfolios from St. Mary’s Academy this year. There were 11 Gold Key, 17 Silver Key, and 31 Honorable Mention awards for individual pieces and 1 Gold Key and 1 Silver Key portfolio. We are proud of you!
61 artworks by these 26 students were recognized:
Sonja Bales 3 Gold + 2 Honorable Mention
Lumi Barron 4 Gold + 3 Silver + 4 Honorable Mention Gold and Silver portfolios
Maya Bennett 2 Honorable Mention
Natalie Briare 1 Honorable Mention
Hanna Brush 1 Silver
Claire Coleman 1 Silver + 1 Honorable Mention
Stevie Dod 1 Honorable Mention
Jean Elliott 1 Silver
Rose Gibian 2 Gold
Malia Hee 1 Silver
Nissa Jensen 2 Honorable Mention
Lilly Landis-Croft 2 Silver
Luciana Lenth 1 Honorable Mention
Jhanea Massier 1 Honorable Mention
Pepper Mionske 1 Silver + 3 Honorable Mention
Bernadette Phan 1 Honorable Mention
Remy Rogers 1 Silver + 3 Honorable Mention
Emma Rosenthal 1 Gold + 1 Honorable Mention
Lucy Sagoo 1 Honorable Mention
Sydney Stark 1 Gold + 1 Silver +1 Honorable Mention
Mia Truman 1 Silver + 1 Honorable Mention
Natalie Ware 3 Silver
Julia White 1 Honorable Mention
Olivia Wilson 1 Silver + 1 Honorable Mention
Devyn Wilson 1 Gold
Phoebe Woofter 1 Silver + 3 Honorable Mention
Portland Metro Scholastic Art Award Gold Key exhibit (with 8 pieces by SMA students) on display at PNCA, 511 NW Broadway February 1-19. Viewing hours: 8 a.m. – 9 p.m.
Opening reception at PNCA 1st Thursday, February 4, 4:00-7:00 p.m.
Special Awards Ceremony for Gold Key recipients:
Wednesday, February 17, 6:30 p.m. – Rehearsal at 4:30 p.m.
Portland Art Museum, Grand Ballroom
OCAC High School Exhibition – February 25 – March 10, 2016
Arthur DeBow, curator of the Hoffman Gallery at Oregon College of Art and Craft, was very impressed with the work that he saw from St. Mary’s students. He finally decided on work from Krista Baldwin ’16, Sonja Bales ’16, Lumi Barron ’16, Natalie Briare ’16, Claire Coleman ’17, Rose Gibian ’17, Malia Hee ’16, and Emily Hery ’16.
Senior Art Shows on display in Junior Hall
February 22 – March 4: Madeleine Farmer and Emily Hery
March 7 – 18: Sydney Stark, Kai Tamashiro, Devyn Wilson
NAHS SPRING PLANT SALE: February 22 – March 11
This fundraiser benefits the NAHS National Art Honor Society.
Pick up for plants is Saturday, April 16, at St. Michael’s parking lot at 1:00 p.m. ALL orders must be picked up that afternoon. There is no storage for unclaimed orders. Please print information carefully on order forms, and check calculations before writing the check to St. Mary’s Academy. Payment must accompany the order.
Access the order form here: NAHS ORDER FORM
Check the website for pictures of the plants:
Order from the following NAHS members (or send orders with your daughter to Ms. Mitchell in G-2):
2016 Sala Kryszek Art Competition sponsored by the Oregon Holocaust Resource Center
To thoughtfully respond to the prompt, carefully consider these questions:
How could the Holocaust happen in a country like Germany, a country with abundant education and people who achieved great advancements in science, art, music, literature and philosophy? Do you think that something like this still happens in the world today? What steps can you take now and in the future to offset these events from taking place?
Using what you have learned about the Holocaust, create a piece of writing or a work of visual art that reflects your response to the above questions. Visual art submissions require a brief ‘artist statement’ of one or two sentences describing your association between Holocaust history and the artwork you created in response to the prompt.
To participate, create a work of art illustrating how one’s perspective and actions can be altered by a specific experience, whether inspired by Holocaust studies or some other relevant event.
Any flat media no larger than 18” X 24” will be accepted. Artwork must be mounted or matted for easel display. Cash prizes and grand prize trip to Washington, D.C. Deadline is March 18, 2016. More information at http://www.ojmche.org/educate/education/sala-kryszek-art-writing
Questions? Email Kathy Mitchell at email@example.com
Scholastic Gold Medal Winners