Once again good news to share! The annual Cherriots Art Competition has been decided. This year the theme was apropos to our times, a hashtag #iexplORe.” This was a fun theme for me to take on with my drawing students. Once again, Sprague had an awesome showing. Our winners were:
Madelyn’s sister, Alexandra Tallan, class of 2015, was a winner in the past, making Madelyn our first sibling to repeat a win in this contest. Art talent runs in families as they say! Students won bus passes and places in the annual Cherriots calendar and other prizes. Our department was presented with a check for $350 for department needs and art supplies. The three winning students poster designs will be featured in a display at the Bush Barn Art Center during the 2018 Salem Art Fair & Festival.
Chloe Elmore, Sophomore, Second place
Anna Kearns, Sophomore, Honorable mention
Madelyn Tallan, Junior, Honorable mention
A number of our talented art students are featured in the Salem-Keizer Education Foundation 2018 All Student Art Show.
Show Dates & hours: 4/9-5/28, 8 AM-5 PM, Monday-Friday
Location: The Keizer Civic Center at 930 Chemawa Rd NE, Keizer, OR 97303
Those students whose work is on display are:
Morgan Phillips, Shae Zeimantz, Ella Giberson, Mirium Shippey, Emmalynn Sipes, Ellie Warner, Allium Letey-Moore, Anna Kearns, Anthony Martinez, Raychel Pederson, Jordan Drumheiser, Taylor Monismith, Christian Roman-Hunter, Juliette Vold, Jillian Lucero, Jordan Perry, Julianne Johnson, Jasmine Brockleman, Samantha Watson-Byers, Kelly Dowell, Maddy Marlatt, and Sammy Alexander
SKEF puts on an awesome show for our district’s art students. Don’t miss it!