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1989 Scholastic Art Awards.

1989 Scholastic Art Awards

For more than six decades, the Scholastic Art Awards program has brought recognition to countless young artists, encouraging many to continue with their art education. Among the program's "alumni" are Richard Anuskiewcz, Paul Davis, Robert Indiana and Philip Pearlstein.

The 1989 exhibition of 475 national award-winning works - chosen as the finest of more than 200,000 submitted - is the culmination of a year long process. Entries submitted in fourteen media categories were judged and exhibited in sixty-eight regions across the country. More that 25,000 entries won finalist awards and were forwarded to New York city where panels of twenty-seven distinguished artists and educators made the final selections.

Chuck Wentzel, director of the Scholastic Awards Program, commented on the creativity and originality displayed in this year's winning entries, "The range of artistic materials and levels of true creative talent continue to increase each year. Our judges were especially struck by the sophistication and sensitivity exhibited in many of the pieces submitted. The art provides a unique insight into interests and concerns of our nation's young people."

For information about the 1990 Scholastic Art Awards Program, write: Scholastic Art Awards, Scholastic, Inc., 730 Broadway, New York, NY 10003.

PHOTO : Angela Ficca, 12. Pine View Middle School, Land-O-Lakes, Florida. Teacher: Linda Lindgrew.

PHOTO : Alison Stevens, 17. Pacelli High School, Columbus, Georgia. Teacher: Geri M. Davis.

PHOTO : Eugene Eyas, 17. West Leyden High School, Northlake, Illinois. Teacher: Alice Sulinski.

PHOTO : Daniel Kornaguth, 17. Pittsford Sutherland High School, Pittsford, New York. Teacher: Thomas O'Brien.

PHOTO : Benjamin Krell, 18. Omaha Central High School, Omaha, Nebraska. Teacher: Margaret Quinn.

PHOTO : Matt Barinholtz, 16. Deerfield High School, Deerfield, Illinois. Teacher: Alice Sulinski.

PHOTO : Thomas' Spanda, 16. Walter Johnson High School, Bethesda, Maryland. Teacher: John F. Bledsoe.

PHOTO : Laurie Shumaker, 16. Cumberland Valley High School, Mechanicsburg, Pennsylvania. Teacher: Selby Doughty.

PHOTO : Lisa McKinley, 17. Merritt High School, Merritt Island, Florida. Teacher: Daniel Koslosky.

PHOTO : Dave Cahill, 17. Cortland High School, Cortland, New York. Teacher: Jeff Spicer.

PHOTO : John Han, 17. Beavercreek High School, Beavercreek, Ohio. Teacher: Teresa Buchanan.

PHOTO : Allen Tadeo, 18. Independence High School, San Jose, California. Teacher: Rudi Franke.
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