Achievements in Art & Writing

Seventeen Pingree students were recognized in the Scholastic Art & Writing Awards, presented by The Boston Globe and the School of the Museum of Fine Arts at Tufts.


Winners:

  • Devin Bernstein '18; Honorable Mention; Photography; untitled
  • Devin Bernstein; Honorable Mention; Photography; Haymarket
  • Devin Bernstein; Honorable Mention; Photography; Crossed
  • Devin Bernstein; Honorable Mention; Photography; Disposition
  • Devin Bernstein; Honorable Mention; Photography;Mid
  • Mason Burns '20; Gold Key; Ceramics & Glass; Complete Me
  • Nicole Capozzi '19; Honorable Mention; Photography; Track of Trials
  • Katelyn Clarke '20; Photography; Woven Self Portrait
  • Benjamin Daume '19; Honorable Mention; Photography; Bug Eyed
  • Adelaide Fenton '20; Silver Key; Photography; Cape House
  • Will Krohg '19; Honorable Mention; Personal Essay/Memoir; How About
  • Anna Landgren '18; Honorable Mention; Art Portfolio; Children of China
  • Adams Lopez '20; Honorable Mention; Photography; Rollin
  • Adams Lopez; Silver Key; Photography; No
  • Katelyn Masse '18; Silver Key; Writing Portfolio; Escape
  • David Massillon '18; Honorable Mention; Photography; untitled 6
  • David Massillon; Honorable Mention; Photography; untitled 7
  • David Massillon; Honorable Mention; Photography; untitled
  • Cameron Moore '19; Silver Key; Poetry; Unwinding by Cameron Moore
  • Katie O'Brien '20; Honorable Mention; Photography; Silo
  • Arvind Pillai '20; Honorable Mention; Short Story; Nora's Wine and Spirits
  • Arvind Pillai; Silver Key; Poetry; Eulogy to Childhood
  • Julia Pope '18; Silver Key; Art Portfolio; Profiles of the People
  • Hanna Walker '19; Gold Key; Photography; Elk in Wyoming
  • Hanna Walker; Gold Key; Photography; Projections
  • Kiersten Wood '18; Gold Key; Short Story; Fallen Leaves
  • Kiersten Wood; Silver Key; Poetry; Her Golden Star

In addition to winning a Gold Key for his ceramics work, Mason Burns also won entry into the National K-12 Ceramics Exhibit, held in conjunction with the annual international conference of The National Council on Education for the Ceramic Arts!

The next steps for the Scholastic Art & Writing Awards, according to the presenters:

  • All Gold Key work will proceed digitally to the National Scholastic office to be judged with all of the other Gold Key work from all of the other regions of the the country. The announcements of the National Awards will be in mid-March.
  • Gold Key artwork will be prepared for exhibition.
  • Gold and Silver Key awardees will be invited to a ceremony at Cohen Auditorium at Tufts University on March 17.
  • Gold and Silver Key awardees will receive certificates and pins in the mail at the address they registered with.
  • Honorable Mention awardees will receive certificates in the mail at the address they registered with.
Exhibition Dates: 3/17/2018 - 3/25/2018

The 2018 Massachusetts Regional Scholastic Art & Writing Awards Gold Key exhibition will be held at Breed Hall, Tufts University, 51 Winthrop Street, Medford, MA 02155

About the Awards:

With their shared tradition of stewardship of the arts, the SMFA at Tufts and the Boston Globe are proud to partner to present this year's Scholastic Art and Writing Awards.

The Scholastic Art and Writing Awards program has been part of The Boston Globe's commitment to the community for decades, and to the development, education, and well-being of young people in Massachusetts. Thanks to support from the Boston Globe Foundation, the Scholastic program introduces the Boston community to a new generation of young artistic talent and is just one of the many ways the Globe and its audience of readers support local talent.

The Boston Globe is New England's foremost regional news source dedicated to providing in-depth coverage in breaking news, sports, business, lifestyle, and arts. With a mission to provide truth and accountability, both in print and on Globe.com, the Globe is the epitome of premium journalism, winning 26 Pulitzer Prizes over the past 50 years.

The School of the Museum of Fine Arts at Tufts (SMFA) is a distinctive studio art school borne of a unique proposition – an alliance of a major museum, a top-ranked research university, and the oldest art school in the country. Founded in 1876, the school was conceived at the same time as the Museum of Fine Arts itself as part of their mission to educate through the arts. In 1945, SMFA began granting accredited degrees through a partnership with Tufts University, a relationship that continued until June 30, 2016, at which time the school was formally acquired by Tufts.