Chloe Cope won a Juror's Award of Merit (1 of only 15 awards in the state, chosen from of over 1,000 entries) at the 49th Annual All-State Utah High School Visual Arts show at the Springville Museum this year, for her color pencil drawing "Altera Vita."
This year the AP Studio Art student's final shows are online here. Please look at the students' incredible work!
We’d like to thank all of the student artists who participated in this year’s MMHS Visual Arts Show! We had over 200 entries, but we were able to choose only 16 works by our juniors and seniors to represent our school at the All-State High School Visual Arts Show at the Springville Museum of Art.
Special congratulations to the following students who were recognized for their visual artworks with a juror’s choice award:
1- Parker Farnworth (teapot)
2- Denver Christopherson (painting of mother and baby)
3- Kaitlyn Laing (embroidery hoops)
Where do you want to see yourself in five years? Owning several dogs and finishing college.
What are your favorite hobbies? Drawing, skating and listening to music.
If you could have a conversation with anyone from history, who would it be and what would you ask them? If I could have a conversations with anyone from history, it would likely be George Washington to ask if the rumors I'm hearing are true.
Two MMHS students, Emily Johnson (senior) and Cadence Peterson (junior), were both chosen to represent our school (and the only ones in our entire district) in the Utah State Senate Landscape Visual Arts competition.Emily won 13th place (out of 230 entries) and $300. Cadence won 1st place and a $5,000 award!
They will both be recognized at the capitol on Tuesday, February 14th in a ceremony.
With almost a mile of foil, tape and string, high school students in Spanish Fork created art in action Monday.