Three Village International Artists

Three Village International Artists photo

Sixteen district students recently earned high honors in the 2017 International Interdependence Hexagon Project.
The event, which is a visual arts program for students aged 4-18 worldwide, asks students to create a piece of art based on a global issue within the shape of a hexagon — a metaphor for interconnectedness. The students were asked to base their designs on the unifying theme of “Empathy: Understanding/Acting.” 

The district is proud to congratulate the following award-winning student-artists: 

Minnesauke Elementary School Winners: 
Mia Butkevich, Most Creative Expression
Michelle Cutting, 2017 Theme Award
Brynn Davenport, Most Relevant to Interdependence Theme
Gianna Hogan, Most Effective All-Over Interpretation: 2-D Mixed Media/Collage Created by One Student
Giulianna Pantaro, Honorable Mention 
April Poggi, Honorable Mention
Penelope Reynolds, 2017 Theme Award
Annabella Timpanaro, Honorable Mention

P.J. Gelinas Junior High School Winners:
Lydia Hsieh-Beatty
, 2017 Theme Award
Dylan Brand, Most Relevant to Interdependence Theme or Themes
Cherrie Lan, Honorable Mention
Natalia Newton, Most Creative Expression
Annie Ryu, Most Creative Expression
Riley Wohlars, 2017 Theme Award
Rebecca Zhang, Most Effective All-Over Interpretation: 2-D Individual Pieces
Julia Zhu, Most Creative Expression: 2-D Single Hexagons