Penn State Fayette names high school art contest winners
In conjunction with Penn State Fayette, The Eberly Campus’ week-long cultural celebration “Demystifying the Middle East” in October, area high school students submitted artwork for a special art exhibition with a Middle Eastern theme. Integral to the art exhibition was an art contest that was judged by Penn State Fayette art faculty. The winners were announced at a special reception Nov. 1. All three winning students are from Connellsville High School. First Place went to Emily Clements, Second Place to Kayli Richter, and Third Place to Megan Jacobs. The exhibit will remain on display at Penn State Fayette’s Cultural Center in the Williams Building through the end of the year.
Photo cutline: Winners in the Demystifying the Middle East high school art contest were announced Nov. 1 at Penn State Fayette. From left: Chad Long, assistant to the director of student affairs; Second Place winner Kayli Richter; First Place winner Emily Clements; and Connellsville High School art teacher Annette Dues, standing in for Third Place winner Megan Jacobs.