The Scholastic Art Competition Gold Key Award Exhibit
January 26 - February 18 2007
Over seventy Middle Tennessee art students took home Gold Key medals in the most recent Scholastic Art Awards competition, on display at Cheekwood’s Frist Learning Center January 26 through February 18th.
Five students, Lindsey Eskind of University School of Nashville, Mac Frith of Harding Academy, Brandon Jenkins of Beech High School, Harry McAlister of University School of Nashville, and Shen Ni of Hume-Fogg Academic Magnet School each received an American Vision Award nomination. One of the five will be chosen as a national finalist in the American Vision Award competition to be held in New York.
Artworks by Middle Tennessee’s Gold Key award-winners will go on to be judged by the national panel in New York. An awards celebration will be held at Carnegie Hall in June with the winning artists’ works displayed at the Corcoran Gallery of Art in Washington, DC. A reception for the Gold and Silver Key winners will be held in Massey Auditorium at Cheekwood on Sunday, February 4th. The Awards Ceremony will be held for Group I (Grades 7-8) from 1:30 pm to 2:00 pm and for Group II (Grades 9-12) from 2:30 pm to 3:00 pm.