FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Jan. 19, 2006
BIRMINGHAM, Ala.—Birmingham-Southern College awarded prizes to 15 high school students and honorable mentions to 16 additional high school students at the Jan. 15 awards presentation of the annual Southeastern Regional High School Artist Competition.
The ceremony, which took place in the Norton Campus Center Theatre at Birmingham-Southern, opened the Juried Art Exhibition. About 140 pieces of original art from about 300 submitted entries will be on display through Jan. 27 in the Durbin Gallery Kennedy Art Center/Azar Art Studios. The exhibit will be open from 8:30 a.m. to 4:45 p.m. daily. Award winners each received a $100 cash prize.
Winners, listed alphabetically by high school, are:
Alabama School of Fine Arts – Morgan Taylor Long, Instructor Randy Gachet; and Ian Scott, Instructor Darius Hill.
Hoover High School – Clark Andrews, Instructor James Knowles.
Shades Valley Visual Arts & Communications Academy – Jessica James, Alana Price and Diana Patterson, Instructor Olsen Ross.
Spain Park High School – Hunter K. Milling, Instructor Susan Ripp.
Vestavia High School – Erin Carter, Instructor Misty Graves.
Grissom High School – Melanie Bradas, Allison Kerr, Betsy Munger and Rachel Tackett, Instructor Kim Huffstetler.
Bob Jones High School – Erin Sargent, Instructor Melissa Hughey.
Bayside Academy – Edie Dyas, Instructor Juli Day.
Home school – Amber Carraway, Instructor Elizabeth Carraway.
Students receiving honorable mentions, listed alphabetically by high school, are:
Alabama School of Fine Arts – Celeste Amparo Pfam, Amber Orr, Monique Jones and Erik Hestevold.
Chelsea High School – Elizabeth Minyard.
Gardendale High School – Bre'Auna T. Marshall.
Hoover High School – David Atkinson.
Mountain Brook High School – Sarah Hays.
Shades Valley Visual Arts & Communications Academy – Dallas Holmes.
Brentwood High School – Alison Wright.
Florence High School – Jennifer Taylor.
Hazel Green High School – Maddie Cothren.
Bob Jones High School – Roslyn Brown, Chelsea Holeman and Lyla Nelson.
Christ Presbyterian Academy – Elizabeth Kirk.