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We are happy to share that five Lincoln School students have been selected as award recipients at the Northeast Region Scholastic Art Awards competition!
The prestigious awards, which were founded in 1923, are the nation’s longest-running educational initiative supporting student achievement in the visual and literary arts. The program also serves as the largest source of scholarships for creative students in grades 7-12 in the United States. The judging process includes panels of renowned artists, authors, educators, and industry experts who evaluate each submitted work of art and writing for their originality, technical skill, and the emergence of personal vision or voice.
Charlotte A. ‘26 - Honorable Mention - Painting - Self Portrait
Elizabeth F. ‘25 - Honorable Mention - Mixed Media - Cardboard Self Portrait
Penelope S. ‘26 - Gold Key - Photography - Waiting
Yael T. ‘26 - Honorable Mention - Photography - Untitled
Ellis T. - Gold Key - Painting - Worldview
The winning artwork is shown below in the order listed above.
The Region-at-Large East juried Art show is administered by the Alliance for Young Artists & Writers in New York City with the support of adjudication partners from around the country. This remote program serves all students located or attending school in the eastern United States.