Governor’s Youth Art Exhibition


Picture of the artwork

We would like to congratulate the following students for being selected to show their artwork at the forty-ninth Ohio Governor’s Youth Art Exhibition.

Hilliard Students in the Top 25 of the Ohio Governor’s Youth Art Exhibition:

Jennifer Hartman, Bradley Senior – pictured above

Gary Holt, Davidson Senior – pictured below

Hilliard Students in the Top 275 of the Ohio Governor’s Youth Art Exhibition:

Veronica Copley, Bradley Senior

Olivia Davis, Bradley Senior

Emily Marschhausen, Bradley Junior

Maxwell Patsiauos, Bradley Senior

Sydney Reed, Bradley Senior

Jasmine Said, Bradley Senior

Emma Davis, Davidson Junior

Carson DeCarlo, Davidson Senior

Anthony Flickinger, Davidson Senior

Ashley Foster, Davidson Senior

Katherine Herring, Davidson Senior

Katharine Hoefler, Davidson Junior

Gary Holt, Davidson Senior

Jack Livingston, Davidson Senior

Sydney Ryan, Davidson Senior

Isabelle Soller, Davidson Senior

Hilliard Students in the Governor’s Office Cameo of the Ohio Governor’s Youth Art Exhibition:

Alexandria John, Davidson Senior

Salvia Zafar, Davidson Senior

 

Picture of artwork

Gary Holt, Davidson Senior

It will open for viewing at the James A. Rhodes State Office Tower in Columbus, Ohio on Monday, April 22, at 9:00 am. The Exhibition will remain on display until May 16, 2019, 9:00 am – 5:00 pm, weekdays only. The public is cordially invited to attend and join these outstanding and talented students from Ohio’s high schools, to salute their creative expressions in the visual arts. The exhibition is a cooperative effort between the Governor of Ohio, the Ohio Department of Education, colleges, universities, and corporate sponsors.

A total of over 11,000 art entries were submitted from Ohio high schools. Thad Ricker, Executive Director and coordinator of the exhibition and Hilliard Art teacher states, “It is with great pride that we exhibit these students’ artworks at The James A. Rhodes State Office Tower in Columbus. The exhibition is a testament to the high quality of visual arts education that exists in our state. It is vital that the community understands the value and importance of arts education, and the impact that it has on our young people. We hope that this exhibition fosters that understanding, through both its visual and textual displays. We are fortunate that Ohio is a state in which the arts and arts education are supported by community and educational leaders, legislators, colleges and universities, civic organizations, and businesses. Without the support and encouragement from these groups, the achievements of these young artists might go unrecognized.”