Hali Meeks 10th

1. What was your piece?

My piece was a still life image with a western theme.

2. What was your inspiration?

I grew up around westerns and my whole family is country.

3. Did you win anything for your photo?

I won a medal.

Hali Meeks 10th gr with drawing

 

Photo caption: Sophomore Hali Meeks and media arts teacher Mrs. Schultz stand by Hali’s drawing of a western theme still life image.

Sara Tebault 12th

1. What was your piece?

My piece was a black and white photo of my sister.

2. What was your inspiration?

I wanted to try something different.

3. What does Youth Art Month mean to you?

I think it is cool to have a whole month.

4. Do you plan to pursue a career in art?

Yes, I plan to pursue a career in photography.

5. Did you win anything for your photo?

I won a medal.

Sara Tebault 12th gr with b&W photo

 

 

Photo caption: Senior Sara Tebault shows off the medal that she won for the black and white photo of her sister.

 Hunter Cooper 11th

1. What was your piece?

My piece was a photo of the American flag at a memorial for soldiers.

2. What was your inspiration?

I wanted to develop a patriotic theme.

3. What does Youth Art Month mean to you?

Its is a month for youth to express themselves.

4. Do you plan to pursue a career in art?

Yes, I plan to pursue a career in photography.

5. Did you win anything for your photo?

I won a medal.

Hunter Cooper 11th Gr with color photo

 

Photo caption: Junior Hunter Cooper stands next to his color photo of an American flag in a memorial show room.

High School Exhibit 1 of 4 panels

This panel bursts with the colorful photos that were created by high school students. There where four high school panels at the exhibit, including NAHS. There were a total of 64 schools exhibiting artwork.

Standing room only at the State House in Indy

The State House in Indianapolis was packed full of guests. It was so crowded that many people stood in the back of the room and sat on the stairs.

State Superintendent of Public Instruction Glenda Ritz

 

State Superintendent of Public Instruction Glenda Ritz gives a speech to a room full people at the State House in Indianapolis

Photo courtesy of Mrs. Kevin Schultz

YOUTH ART MONTH

The month of March marks Youth Art Month, which is the celebration of art and art education.  Youth Art Month is sponsored by The Council for Art Education, Inc. (CFAE). The (CRAE) host a competition every year called School Flags Across America. Students create a flag that includes a theme that is representative of their home state and of the spirit of Youth Art Month. The 2013 Flag theme was called “Art Shapes The World.”

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