Beaumont students garner art awards in regional competion
Beaumont School students won an impressive 23 awards in the 2017 Scholastic Art & Writing competition, in the Cuyahoga County region, capturing four Gold Key and five Silver Key awards, as well as 14 Honorable Mention awards.
Gold Key recipients are: Alexandra Andrus ‘17, Natalie Noble ‘19, Mathilde Tomter ‘19, and Kerrigan von Carlowitz ‘19. Andrus’ award was for photography, while the other Gold Key recipients all won for drawing and illustration.
Silver Key recipients are: Christine Aumiller ‘18, drawing and illustration; Claire Carey ‘17, who won for both painting and drawing and illustration; Stephanie Mackay ‘17, photography; and Grace Martin ’18, painting.
Honorable Mention recipients are: Imani Badillo ‘18, who won two awards for drawing and illustration; Anna Cmolik ‘17, painting; Nora Duncan ‘19, drawing and illustration; Maggie Hubman ‘17, who won two awards for photography; Grace Martin ’18, drawing and illustration; Raphaella Mascia ‘17, ceramics and glass; Elizabeth McDermott ’18, who won two awards for drawing and illustration; Natalia Pozuelo ‘17, photography; Rosie Sirk ‘19, drawing and illustration; and Kerrigan von Carlowitz ‘19, drawing and illustration.
Beaumont faculty members Anna Foti, Sally Hudak and Kristen LoPresti are the students' instructors.
Winning student works are on view at Cleveland Institute of Art’s (CIA) Reinberger Gallery, through Feb. 3. The gallery is open Monday through Thursday, 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.; Friday, 10 a.m. to 9 p.m.; and Saturday and Sunday, noon to 5 p.m. CIA is located at 11610 Euclid Ave., in University Circle.
Rick Haase is director of public relations and marketing at Beaumont School in Cleveland Heights, a Catholic School in the Ursuline tradition, educating women for life, leadership and service.