All boarding, grades 9-12 in Alexandria, Virginia
Artists Earn Honors at All City Exhibition
Art by 21 Episcopal students earned a spot in a prestigious citywide art show, with six works earning honors.
The artists, friends, parents, and teachers gathered for an exhibition reception last Friday at the Convergence gallery, which is hosting this year’s All City High School Art Exhibition. The show featured art from students at six high schools in Alexandria. In his remarks, Dan Abh, Convergence’s community coordinator, praised the diversity and quality of the work, saying, “Being in this show identifies you as the best young artists in Alexandria.”
The students who won top honors in varioius categories are:
Kate Castle ’19, drawing Helen Chen ’21, digital design Olivia Morton ’19, photography Tina Liu ’19, 3-D
These students won honorable-mention honors:
Karla Domingues ’20, ceramics Cindy Xin ’20, painting
Other students earning a spot in the exhibition included:
Ceramics Hannah Doss ’19 Charlotte Joyner ’20
Digital Arts, Video, and Film Sol Ahn ’19 Jane Durden ’20 Caroline Jones ’20 (also in Painting, Drawing, and Photography) Jay Kim ’19 Hayoung Lee ’20 Jake Lee ’21 Sylvia Yang ’20
Painting, Drawing, and Photography Barrett Carney ’19 Ellie Cummings ’19 Caroline Jones ’20 (also in Digital Arts, Video, and Film) Payton Leeby ’19 Cecilia Moore ’20 Nina Moore ’20 Cher Wang ’22
The exhibit will run through March 30. Call Convergence for hours.
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