2018 Mid-South Scholastic Art Awards

Congratulations to our
2018 Mid-South Scholastic Art Awards winners!

Back row: Julia Hale, Jamisen Cobb, Noah Robison, Nicole Savage, Courtney Baker
Front row: Linda Kohn, Hannah Wright, Elizabeth Monix, Kyler Neely, Catherine Lock

Elizabeth Monix - Gold Key (photography)
Linda Kohn - Gold Key (ceramics & glass)
Hannah Wright - Gold Key (drawing & illustration)
Courtney Baker - Silver Key (painting)
Jamisen Cobb - Silver Key (drawing & illustration)
Linda Kohn - Silver Key (ceramics & glass)
Hannah Wright - Silver Key (drawing & illustration)
Julia Hale - 2 Honorable Mentions (drawing & illustration)
Catherine Lock - Honorable Mention (ceramics & glass)
Kyler Neely - Honorable Mention (drawing & illustration)
Noah Robison - Honorable Mention (drawing & illustration)
Nicole Savage - Honorable Mention (drawing & illustration)
Hannah Wright - Honorable Mention (drawing & illustration)

Elizabeth Monix received the overall Best in Show in this year's competition for her photograph called "In the Window." She was also one of 5 nominees for the American Visions Award. Each region nominates 5 students to represent them in the national competition in New York City.

The Mid-South Scholastic Art Awards is an annual juried student art exhibition presented by the Brooks Museum League and the Memphis Brooks Museum of Art. As an affiliate of the Alliance for Young Artists and Writers, the Mid-South Scholastic Art Awards honors exemplary art by students in 7th through 12th grades, recognizing their outstanding achievements in a competitive annual exhibition and providing cash prizes and scholarship opportunities.

Learn more about the Mid-South Scholastic Art Awards here.