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Celebrate the Arts! Youth Art Contest Announces Winners

Winners and honorable mentions announced for Community Education and Giertz Gallery's art competition

Community Education and Giertz Gallery have announced the winners for their first ever Celebrate the Arts! Youth Art Contest. The juried competition was featured in an online Zoom webinar on March 9 during which student artwork was displayed and placements were named. First place winners (out of 115 participants) in the three age categories received a full scholarship to a Parkland summer camp.

Congratulations to all the winners, and to all the wonderful, talented young artists who participated!

 

Age Category 7-10

  1. Aniyah Hunter, “Stroll in the Park,” drawing

  2. Anna Yim, “Bunny,” drawing

  3. Edward Zhang, “Noodle,” drawing

  4. Honorable mentions:

    Noah Resendiz (“The First Night of Fall,” painting), Joseph Chahyadi (“Eiffel Tower,” sculpture), Lily Ana Kelly (“A World Not Lost,” collage), Heather Gillespie (“Self-Portrait,” painting), Avery Dunn (“Husky,” painting)

 

Age Category 11-13

  1. Iain Marx, “Untitled,” collage

  2. Jamison Griffen, “Beauty in its Time,” sculpture

  3. Virginia Roderick, “Venus Flytrap,” drawing

  4. Honorable mentions:

    Kenly Downey (“Gold Halo,” watercolor, colored pencil), Hannah Baer-Shapiro (“Sunny Lady,” painting), Oz Green (“Esprit de la Foret,” drawing) Morgan Mohr (“Sunset on the Lake,” photography)

 

Age Category 14-18

  1. Amelia Case, “Ghost Town,” ink pen drawing

  2. Veronica Schuchart, “Still of Pepper,” painting

  3. Hannah Luening, “Isaac,” scratchboard drawing

  4. Honorable mentions:

    Grace Kahler (“Bike Ride,” photography), Jada Raynolds (“Perfection,” digital art), Alyssa Pankau (“Reflection,” photography), Maggie Neff (“Untitled,” drawing), Sydney Marshall (“Untitled,” scratchboard), Reese San Diego (“Hot Pot,” digital art), Drew Diesburg (“JDM Legend,” scratchboard), Kayla Wilson (“A Night Drive,” painting)

 

Degree Completion Day, February 10 at 10 a.m.

Do you have questions about your graduation status, or want to see how close you are to completing your degree?

Each semester, Parkland hosts Degree Completion Day – this year, join us on Facebook Live at 10 a.m. on Wednesday, February 10, 2021 to see how close you are to graduation! Admissions staff will assist you with any graduation questions you might have, and Student Life will be available to provide information and answer questions about Commencement, such as how to order your cap and gown, and what to expect during the ceremony. As a reminder, March 2, 2021 is the deadline to turn in your petition to graduate for the spring and summer semesters. Find the petition here.

If you need assistance with registration, visit Counseling and Advising here. If you have further questions about your degree, or need assistance now, contact a Student Records Advisor:

Beth Chepan – last name A-K
bchepan@parkland.edu
Sarah Hartman – last name L-Z
sjhartman@parkland.edu

See you on Facebook Live/Zoom on Wednesday, February 10 at 10 a.m.!

If you are a current student, previous student, or one who was recently not approved for graduation, this day is for you. Each semester Parkland holds DEGREE COMPLETION DAY to help students find out everything they need to know about the graduation process. For the convenience of our students, this event will be held on Zoom and streamed on Parkland's official Facebook page. Questions can be answered on Zoom, Facebook chat, or via email. If you have a question about how close you are to completing your degree or for Counseling, or want to know more about Financial Aid, the staff listed below are ready to help you:

 

Zoom link:

https://parkland.zoom.us/j/82508040457

 

Advising bookings:

https://outlook office365.com/owa/calendar/BookingsAcademicAdvising@parkland1.onmicrosoft.com/bookings/

 

Petition to Graduate form:

https://www.parkland.edu/Main/About-Parkland/Department-Office-Directory/Admissions-Records/Forms

 

[Dennis Kaczor, Counseling Services]

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