Maura Shapiro, gold medalist for drawing for Future Of FruitSantiago Mallan, silver medalist in drawing for The Minotaur CondemnedJuliana Walker, silver medalist in mixed media for Badgers Amongst the RuinsColman Goco, silver medalist in comic art for Extreme Frog HuntingYiru Jiang, American Visions Award winner for her painting A Girl Standing In The Bathtub
Announcement of 2014 Award for Excellence in the Arts Winners
The Fine Arts Department of H-B Woodlawn Secondary Program is proud to announce that four HBW students will be recognized at this year’s Award for Excellence in the Arts ceremony sponsored by the Washington DC Chapter of the National Society of Arts and Letters (NSAL
This year’s recipients are: Ella Tuson – Award of Excellence, Olivia Taylor – Music, Erin Lammie – Theater and Kristen Heaton – Visual Art.
The eleventh annual Awards ceremony is supported by the Education Department of The John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts. It is scheduled for Saturday, May 3, 2014 at 2:00 p.m. in the Terrace Theater of The John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts.
The Awards program recognizes the most promising junior-level talent from 37 different Washington DC area high schools. This award documents these students' hard work and dedication and serves as a point of distinction for your future endeavors.
8th grade students spent 6 weeks studying energy use in the community. The students built model houses and tested different designs for energy efficiency. Working with Rebecca in English the 8th graders they published 7 articles for the Green Living Expo and the ACE (Arlingtonians for a Clean Environment) newsletter. View the video of their project here.