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2021 Scholastic Art Competition

Lipscomb Academy students receive several prestigious awards in the 2021 Middle Tennessee Scholastic Art Competition.

Amanda Price  | 

Three Lipscomb Academy students receive honors at 2021 Middle Tennessee Scholastic Art Competition.

Scholastic winners: Bella Ravella (12), Mary Jane Estes (11), and Isabelle Schrader (12)

The 2021 Middle Tennessee Scholastic Art Awards exhibition will be hosted in the Cheekwood art galleries from February 6-21. Gold Key works will be displayed physically while Silver Key works will be displayed digitally on a screen in the exhibition space. An in-person or virtual award ceremony has yet to be decided and is under consideration with COVID safety precautions.

American Vision Nominee work of art: I, too, am American

American Vision Nominee: photograph "I, too, am America" Vol. I

 

Bella Ravella, senior, was named an American Vision Nominee for her photograph “I, too, am America” Vol I. Ravella also was the recipient of the Gold Key Award. Five works, from across all categories and grades, are selected from those earning Gold Keys as the “Best of Show” for each local program as nominees for the American Visions Medals.

Senior Isabelle Schrader was awarded Silver Key, and junior Mary Jane Estes, Ravella, and Schrader all received honorable mention.

In 2020, Lipscomb Academy students held two of the five American Vision Nominee placements and won the top placement of the American Vision Medal with Mattie Ree Neal's, "The Artist."