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SV High artists stand out in annual competition
An elite group of talented Susquehanna Valley High School students won awards in this year's Annual High School Emerging Artist Competition. 
13 artists from Mrs. Russell and Mr. Eldakar’s art classes were chosen for exhibition in the show. Out of these, 6 of the artworks were awarded ribbons in their respective categories, more than any other district in the area!
The winners include:
1ST PLACE, DRAWING–(PENCIL, PEN, INK, MARKER): Makenna DeMoney, “True Colors” (Pictured at left - click to see full size)
2ND PLACE, DRAWING–(PENCIL, PEN, INK, MARKER): Morgan Hoffman, “Dog Portrait”
2ND PLACE, PHOTOGRAPHY: Laci Lasicki, “Sacrifices”
3RD PLACE, DRAWING–(PENCIL, PEN, INK, MARKER): Megan Ketchum, “Candy Paradise”
HONORABLE MENTION, MIXED MEDIA: Grey Milligan, “Contributors to Volume IV”
Other contributing Susquehanna Valley High School student artists who were selected for the show, but did not receive additional awards: Cassandra Crisman, Kaley Lillie, Abby Mayglothling, Janeve Mazil, Devante Rivera, Reagan Ryder, Kaleb Twitchell.

The Annual High School Emerging Artist competition, sponsored by the Fine Arts Society of the Southern Tier, combined this year with The Broome County Arts Council’s Young At Art Exhibition. The competition was open to all high schools in Broome County, with 11 districts participating. The exhibition was judged by professional artists, including Professor Alexandra Davis of Binghamton University’s Department of Art and Design, Orazio Salati of Orazio Salati Studio and Gallery, and Cyrena Summers.
At an April 13 awards ceremony, participants received certificates from the Broome County Arts Council and winners received ribbons and gift certificates from FASST. There's still time to see the art pieces! The combined show runs the month of April 2022 in the Oakdale Mall in the former Zales Center Court Area.
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