ATLANTA HIGH SCHOOL ART EXHIBITION

For more information visit ahsae.info

Location: Community Center near the 12th Street Entrance.

*2017, 2016 and 2015 International Festivals & Events Association Gold Pinnacle Award for Best Children’s Program
*2014, 2013 and 2012 International Festivals & Events Association Silver Award for Best Educational Program and Bronze Award for Best Event Within an Event
*2014 Southeast Festivals & Events Association Gold Award for Best Event Within and Event and 2013, 2011 Southeast Festivals & Events Association Silver Award

Each year, the Atlanta High School Art Exhibition (AHSAE) offers young artists an opportunity to compete, exhibit their work and earn prizes such as scholarships and art supplies. This “must see” festival event is a juried competition that drew 850 submissions this year from which the best 149 works comprise the festival exhibition.

Established in the early 1970s, the AHSAE recognizes and encourages the fine quality of art created by the area’s high school students. Welcoming entries from high school art students from 12 regional Atlanta counties, the competition offers awards worth more than $40,000 and fills a growing gap in creative opportunities for youth.

Be sure to visit the Atlanta High School Art Exhibition in the Community Center near the 12th Street Entrance to get a look at the variety and breadth of Atlanta’s young artistic talent.

Art Throwdown

Art Throwdown

Don’t miss the Art Throwdown competition, Saturday, August 8 (rain date is Sunday, August 9). Times and challenges TBA.

sponsored by

Fulton County Arts & Culture

The Atlanta High School Art Exhibition 2019 Winners

 

Best In Show
Mei Deng
“Force”
Brookwood High School, Grade 11
Chris Vigardt, Instructor
2nd Place
Sydney Burton
“Flick”
Milton High School, Grade 12
Drew Brown, Instructor
3rd Place
Briley Kirn
“Cattle Skull”
Roswell High School, Grade 11
Travis Carr, Instructor
4th Place
Aneesa Julmice
“Fight or Flight”
Lanier High School, Grade 11,
Tiffany Cole, Instructor
5th Place
Elise Allen
“Madonna with Child”
North Cobb Christian, Grade 12
Nate Rupp, Instructor
6th Place
Chloe Wills
“Heat Signatures”
North Gwinnett High School, Grade 12
Karen Campbell, Instructor
7th Place
Dalton Brantley
“Tea with a Side of Rust”
Landmark Christian School, Grade 11
Shelia Gilkeson, Instructor
8th Place
Jessica Hatfield
“Veiled”
Woodward Academy, Grade 12
Jennifer Knox, Instructor
9th Place
Emily Reece
“Hands”
Hiram High School
Brooke Frankland, Instructor
10th Place
Abby Burnett
“Be Still”
Milton High School, Grade 10
Drew Brown, Instructor

 

Honorable Mention artworks, in no particular order:

Nikki Booker
“I have no…idea”
Jefferson High School, Grade 12
James Bryan, Instructor
Jennifer Kim
“Saving Grace”
Lanier High School, Grade 12
Tiffany Cole, Instructor
Selina Pena
“Hollow Ring”
Norcross High School, Grade 12
Alisia Cannon, Instructor
Katie Rodgers
“Anatomy”
North Paulding High School, Grade 12
Emme McAllister, Instructor
Renee Chen
“Osaka Streets”
Walton High School, Grade 10
Kathleen Petka, Instructor
Zoey Poole
“Undone”
Atlanta Girls School, Grade 10
Susan Joss, Instructor
Myles Bonn
“Ridge Graves”
Brookwood High School, Grade 11
Loria Crews, Instructor
Abby Thompson
“The Nose Knows”
Druid Hills High School, Grade 12
Noelle Petersen, Instructor
Emily Glidewell
“Print”
Etowah High School, Grade 11
Shannah Dean, Instructor
Myles Madden
“Kindergarten”
Henry County High School, Grade 12
Tara Connelly, Instructor
Kate Schultz
“Just Plain Old Orange”
Jefferson High School, Grade 12
James Bryan
Nicole Lin
“Chili Peppers on a Cutting Board”
Milton High School, Grade 11
Drew Brown
Linda Chen
“What Remains”
Mount Pisgah, Grade 11
Anita Hunter
Josef Sasser
“Rapture”
New Manchester High School, Grade 12
Ashley Houlihan
Kendall Seefried
“Kolby”
Paideia School, Grade 12
Holly White
Anya Vijayvergiya
“Street Market”
Woodward Academy 12
Chris Greenway

Please visit the Atlanta High School Art Exhibition website for more information.

Atlanta High School Exhibition Photos

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Ummmmmm I'm not perticipating in August!! I asked to be pre juried and apply my booth fee for 2021

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