High School Awards Ceremony; Student Art Festival 2021: PAST-PRESENT-FUTURE - Guild Hall
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Student Art Festival 2021: PAST-PRESENT-FUTURE
High School Awards Ceremony

Photo by Jessica Dalene

Photo by Jessica Dalene

Event Category:
Thursday, February 11 - Sun, February 21

Available for free streaming, February 11–21

Overview

The High School Awards Ceremony is a moment to celebrate and recognize high achievement and creativity in select high school artists whose work is exhibited in the Student Art Festival 2021: PAST-PRESENT-FUTURE 

The 2021 Awards are decided and given by celebrated artist and Guild Hall Academy of the Arts member, Clifford Ross. Ross has awarded 30 students from East Hampton High School and the Ross School within traditional categories from Best Drawing to Best Collaboration to Best Mixed Media, and honors unique to this year’s Festival, including Best Architectural Project, and the Social Responsibility Award. 

This year the Awards Ceremony takes the form of a prerecorded video. In late January, Ross met with Guild Hall’s Curatorial Assistant/Lewis B. Cullman Associate for Museum Education, Casey Dalene, to share his thoughts on the Festival as a whole, and to offer individual congratulations to each awarded artist. This prerecorded awards ceremony is available for free streaming on our website and YouTube page through end of the Student Art Festival.  

 

2021 HIGH SCHOOL AWARDEES 

Best Drawing: Sofia Nagle, East Hampton High School
Best Portrait: Keira Atwell, East Hampton High School
Best Portrait: Emily Cubero, East Hampton High School
Best Photography: Andrew Herrera, East Hampton High School
Best Painting: Mya Del Percio, East Hampton High School
Best Work on Paper: Alexendra Schumacher, East Hampton High School
Best Collaboration: Goldie Benarroch, Isabella Brauer, Tor Burwell, India Galeshi-Grant, Sophie Gorban, Cosmo Hamada, Zani Katarebe, Gasho Kurokawa, Daria Matuzania, Holden McGowan, Amelia Regan-McLaughlin, Jackson Sabbet, Sophie Walters, Emelia Winters, Kevin Wang, Ross School
Best Mixed Media: Mary McCann, East Hampton High School
Best Sculpture: Chris Chimbo, East Hampton High School
Best Sculpture: Dylan Chapman, East Hampton High School
Best Architectural Model: Andrew Dimopoulos, East Hampton High School
Best Architectural Model: Jax Cantwell, East Hampton High School
Best Architectural Project: Hudson Musnicki, East Hampton High School
Best Creative Expression of Past-Present-Future: Hanna Hartsough, East Hampton High School
Social Responsibility Award: Neo Albertini, East Hampton High School
Social Responsibility Award: Caleb Peralta, East Hampton High School 

  • Clifford Ross

    Clifford Ross is a multi-media artist who graduated from Yale in 1974 with a degree in art and art history. His work focuses on the beauty and sublime qualities of nature, using both realistic and abstract means - through painting, sculpture, photography, computer animation and stained glass.  He lives in Sagaponack, NY. 

    Among his best-known works are his Hurricane Wave photographs, captured during hurricanes off the beaches of East Hampton while tethered by rope to an assistant on land. 

    His work has been exhibited and collected widely in museums around the world including the Museum of Modern Art, J. Paul Getty Museum, and Museum of Fine Arts, Houston.  It has been the subject of essays by David Anfam, Quentin Bajac, Arthur C. Danto, and Alexander Nemerov among others.  In 2015, MASS MoCA presented Landscape: Seen & Imagined, a major mid-career retrospective. 

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