L-S artist receives Scholastic Gold Key and American Visions nomination

Carissa Myers recently received a Scholastic Gold Key and is an American Visions nominee for the National judging.

You can see Scholastic winners at the Scholastic Art & Writing Awards exhibition at the Demuth Museum and LCYA exhibition at the Lancaster Museum of Art starting March 3 through April 15.


The Scholastic Art & Writing Awards exhibition is the nation's longest running and most prestigious program for art students in grades seven through twelve. More than 330,000 works of visual art and writing are submitted to the Scholastic competition awards. Less than 1/3 of those submitted will be excepted into the scholastic exhibition and of those, less than half will receive an award.

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