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2018 Capital Region Media Arts Festival winners

| April 20, 2018

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Eight Shaker High School students had artwork selected as winners for the 2018 Capital Region Media Arts Festival, sponsored by the Capital Area Art Supervisors, the New York State Art Association Region 6 and the Bethlehem Central School District.

A panel of art educators from each school reviewed and selected the work for the show.

220 works are currently on display from 19 school districts and a total of 100 minutes of film. This festival was developed and organized to provide students with a venue to explore and share their creative efforts in the media arts.

A reception will be held on at Bethlehem Central High School on Monday, April 30 and will include an awards reception. The jurors this year included Professor Susan Krause (Hard Copy), Steven Kutny (Hard Copy), and Juan Louis Lopez Fonz (Film).

In addition, the exhibit also featured a festival on Friday, April 13. The festival included a keynote presentation; a film festival and special effects presentation by sculpture professor, Susan Krause from Savannah College of Art and Design.

Congratulations to the following students:

  • First Place Film & Overall Outstanding Editing
    Narrative Action/Horror/Mystery Category
    Samantha Vatalaro, 12th grade
  • Overall Film Winner & First Place Documentary
    Amanda Gordon, 12th grade
  • Third Place: Photography
    Human Figure/Portraiture, “Bottled Up”
    Lisann Kaletzke, 11th grade
  • Honorable Mention: Photography
    Human Figure/Portraiture, “Tremolo”
    Brady Demerest, 11th grade
  • First Place, Photography
    Abstraction, “Reign over Rain”
    Gillian Godard, 12th grade
  • Third Place, Photography
    Digitally Manipulated, “Profile/Frontal”
    Sarah McLean, 12th grade
  • Second Place, Photography
    Special Processes, “Oil and Water”
    Cassidy Wildermuth, 12th grade
  • Frist Place, Graphic Design
    “Logo Design”
    Sarah Lee, 11th grade

Category: SHS

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