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Sudbury Students Earn Prestigious Art Awards

Several Sudbury residents will have their work on display at Boston City Hall.

Piyusha Kundu: Silver Key, drawing category and Honorable Mention, painting category.
Piyusha Kundu: Silver Key, drawing category and Honorable Mention, painting category.
Ephraim Curtis Middle School art students were recently given 10 awards during a statewide contest and as a result will have their work displayed in a gallery all month in Boston City Hall.

The school's art department announced that students were chosen as award winners during the Scholastic Art Awards, which is the most prestigious student art competition in the state.

Thousands of students enter their artwork in the competition in multiple categories.

"These students have worked with exceptional creativity, perseverance, and vision," Ephraim Curtis art teacher Scott Greenaway said.

The following Sudbury students were honored with awards:

Grade 7

  • Madeline O'Connell: Silver Key, sculpture category
  • Piyusha Kundu: Gold Key, painting category and Gold Key, painting category and Silver Key, drawing category and Honorable Mention, painting category
  • Allie Gies: Honorable Mention, mixed media category

Grade 8

  • Sammi Cheung, Honorable Mention, sculpture category
  • Isabelle Fama, Silver Key, digital art category
  • Shirley Ren: Honorable Mention, sculpture category
  • Isabela Xavier Carvalho, Honorable Mention, mixed media category

Sudbury's Gold Key award winners will be recognized for their hard work as their artwork will be shown off in Boston City Hall at Government Plaza. The pieces are already on display and will remain there through the end of the month.

The public is encouraged to attend the art show in Boston. It will be open for viewing Monday through Friday from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.

"It is a wonderful exhibit to visit and admire the creative and ambitious work of middle school and high school art students," said Greenaway.

Spanky Simian March 12, 2014 at 10:13 PM
It is great to see children exalted for their intellectual and artistic prowess in this town, NOT just their sporty skills. Congratulations to all honored, well deserved I am sure.

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