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Tri-County Youth Art Exhibition

Where & When

Charleston Area Convention Center, Exhibit Hall A
5001 Coliseum Drive, North Charleston, SC 29418
Free admission and parking
Viewing times:
April 28, 2021, 6:00-8:00pm
April 29-May 1, 2021, 10:00am-6:00pm
May 2, 2021, Noon-5:00pm
Opening Celebration (includes award acknowledgements): Wednesday, April 28, 2021, 6:00-8:00pm

Public and private schools, as well as individual students in Charleston, Dorchester, and Berkeley counties will display works in a variety of subjects and media. Award winners in grades 1-5 selected by the City of North Charleston’s 2019/20 Artist-in-Residence, Katherine Hester. Award winners in grades 6-12 selected by Setsuko Lawson, local artist and adjunct professor in the Visual Arts Department at Trident Technical College.

PARTICIPATING SCHOOLS:

  1. Allegro Charter School of Music
  2. Ashley Ridge High School
  3. Baptist Hill Middle High School
  4. Berkeley Center for the Arts
  5. Bishop England High School
  6. Cane Bay Elementary School
  7. Cane Bay High School
  8. Cane Bay Middle School
  9. Cathedral Academy
  10. C.E. Williams Middle School – North
  11. C.E. Williams Middle School – South
  12. Charleston Charter School for Math & Science
  13. Charleston Christian School
  14. Charleston County School of the Arts
  15. Charleston Development Academy
  16. Christ Our King Stella Maris
  17. Daniel Island School
  18. Divine Redeemer Catholic School
  19. Drayton Hall Elementary School
  20. Fort Dorchester High School
  21. Goose Creek High School
  22. Hanahan High School
  23. Howe Hall Arts Infused Magnet School
  24. James Island Christian School
  25. Jane Edwards Elementary School
  26. Lowcountry Leadership Charter School
  27. Marrington Middle School of the Arts
  28. Meeting Street Elementary @Burns
  29. Memminger Elementary School
  30. Mevers School of Excellence
  31. Minnie Hughes Elementary School
  32. Miracle Academy Preparatory School
  33. Mitchell Elementary School
  34. Montessori Community School
  35. North Charleston High School
  36. Orange Grove Charter Middle School
  37. Palmetto Christian Academy
  38. Philip Simmons High School
  39. Pinewood Preparatory School
  40. Ridge Christian Academy
  41. R.B. Stall High School
  42. River Oaks Middle School
  43. Rollings Middle School of the Arts
  44. Sangaree Middle School
  45. Sedgefield Middle School
  46. Septima P. Clark Academy
  47. Simmons Pinckney Middle School
  48. Stratford High School
  49. Westview Middle School
  50. Whitesville Elementary School

Individuals: Huston Fine Art Studio

AWARDS :

Grades 1-3
1st Place – Alison Knowlton (James Island Christian School)
2nd Place – Ella Kate Crawford (Howe Hall Arts Infused Middle School)
3rd Place – Brody Bailey (Whitesville Elementary School)

Honorable Mentions:
Gabriella Esilva (Cane Bay Elementary School)
Caroline Meadows (Cathedral Academy)
Ella Benjamin (Charleston Christian School)
Ayona Raysor (Charleston Development Academy)
Leland Prevost (Christ Our King Stella Maris)
Cooper Hamilton (Daniel Island School)
Caden Bushneck (Drayton Hall Elementary)
Lily Floreck (Drayton Hall Elementary School)
Colbie Kitchens (Howe Hall Arts Infused Magnet School)
Bo Oxford (James Island Christian School)
Dalilah Hill (Jane Edwards Elementary School)
Stella Pahl (Lowcountry Leadership Charter School)
Ruthe Grantham (Meeting Street Elementary @Burns)
Elena Cressler (Memminger Elementary School)
Eryka Simmons (Minnie Hughes Elementary School)
Geordan Butler (Miracle Academy Preparatory School)
William Powell (Mitchell Elementary School)
McKay Hall (Montessori Community School)
Audrey Thill (Pinewood Preparatory School)
Evelyn Cruz-Martinez (Whitesville Elementary School)

Grades 4-5
1st Place – Lily Gammons (Cathedral Academy)
2nd Place – De’Angelo Gantt (Memminger Elementary School)
3rd Place – Emerson Hostetler (James Island Christian School)

Honorable Mentions:
Elise Jurica (Cane Bay Elementary School)
Landon Thompson (Cathedral Academy)
Eliza Giordano (Charleston Christian School)
Wyatt Rust (Christ Our King Stella Maris)
Isabelle Rizzetto (Daniel Island School)
Charlee Bonavita (Drayton Hall Elementary School)
Holly Lawson (Howe Hall Arts Infused Magnet School)
Tallulah Dausman (James Island Christian School)
Jayda Hill (Jane Edwards Elementary School)
Scarlet Johnson (Lowcountry Leadership Charter School)
A’Taurious Pressley (Meeting Street Elementary @Burns)
Ta’katyla Williams (Meeting Street Elementary @Burns)
Xavier Douse (Memminger Elementary School)
Aminata Niang (Mevers School of Excellence)
Ramiyah Simmons (Minnie Hughes Elementary School)
Shiloh Stevens (Miracle Academy Preparatory School)
Serenity Leach (Mitchell Elementary School)
Miley DuRoss (Montessori Community School)
Annabelle Jones (North Charleston Elementary School)
Wyatt Campbell (Palmetto Christian Academy)
Daniel Khan (Pinewood Preparatory School)
Amethyst Wooldridge (Ridge Christian Academy)
Amiyah Cook (Whitesville Elementary School)

Grades 6-8
1st Place – Jasmine Withers (Charleston County School of the Arts)
2nd Place – Jaha Brown (Charleston Development Academy)
3rd Place – Charlie Batliner (James Island Christian School)

Honorable Mentions:
Titania Mlynarczyk (Allegro Charter School of Music)
Desmari Jenkins (Baptist Hill Middle High School)
Arianna Beautiful Bald Eagle (Cane Bay Middle School)
Emily Sosa (Cathedral Academy)
Cora Flanigan (C.E. Williams Middle School – North)
Isis Wilson (C.E. Williams Middle School – South)
Logan Richards (Charleston Charter School for Math & Science)
Lilly Peterson (Charleston Christian School)
Amelia Counts (Charleston County School of the Arts)
Jacobi Holmes (Charleston Development Academy)
Sophia Oronce (Christ Our King Stella Maris)
Victoria Vidu ya Jesion (Divine Redeemer School)
Faith Thompson (James Island Christian School)
Zuri Rose (Jane Edwards Elementary School)
Lilly Zimmerman (Lowcountry Leadership Charter School)
Lillian Day (Marrington Middle School of the Arts)
Leahrie Kurol (Mevers School of Excellence)
Gabbie Brown (Miracle Academy Preparatory School)
Patricia Hayes (Montessori Community School)
Kylee White (Montessori Community School)
Ruby Wallen (Orange Grove Charter Middle School)
Saylor Sorensen (Palmetto Christian Academy)
Kendyll Hallmark (Pinewood Preparatory School)
Travis Bellew (Ridge Christian Academy)
Ash Gibson (River Oaks Middle School)
Trinity Tidd-Medford (Rollings Middle School of the Arts)
Cristal Herrera (Sangaree Middle School)
Shannon Grimsley (Sedgefield Middle School)
Ky’Asia Brown Wilder (Septima P. Clark Academy)
Jamall Frasier (Simmons Pinckney Middle School)
Kha’Mari Ravenel (Westview Middle School)

Grades 9-12
1st Place – Enrique Boyd (Charleston County School of Arts)
2nd Place – Mitchell McCorkle (Philip Simmons High School)
3rd Place – Saige Shoup (Berkeley Center for the Arts)

Honorable Mentions:
Pait Cromwell (Allegro Charter School of Music)
Ali Hazera (Ashley Ridge High School)
Niya Manasay (Baptist Hill Middle High School)
Malea Bongbonga (Berkeley Center for the Arts)
Jordan Liming (Bishop England High School)
Ximena Maya (Cane Bay High School)
Nicole Adams (Cathedral Academy)
Kali Wood (Charleston Charter School for Math & Science)
Hannah Harris (Charleston County School of the Arts)
Vivian Pham (Fort Dorchester High School)
Tyler Wallace (Goose Creek High School)
Hadley Kirkland (Hanahan High School)
Daisy Keeney (Lowcountry Leadership Charter School)
Damarsja Scott (Miracle Academy Preparatory School)
Jasmine Parrott (North Charleston High School)
Zella Horton (Palmetto Christian Academy)
Izzy Tumey (Philip Simmons High School)
Simone Pelley (Pinewood Preparatory School)
Maleena Bellew (Ridge Christian Academy)
Jesus Soto (R.B. Stall High School)
Bryant Polite (Septima P. Clark Academy)
Caroline Boughter (Stratford High School)

Individuals (All Students of Huston Fine Art Studio)
Honorable Mentions:
Vivian Hammer (Grades 1-3)
Holden Cullar (Grades 4-5)
Emma Faye Pruitt (Grades 6-8)

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Tri-County High School Sculpture Exhibition

Where & When

Charleston Area Convention Center, Exhibit Hall A
5001 Coliseum Drive, North Charleston, SC 29418
Free admission and parking
Viewing times:
April 28, 2021, 6:00-8:00pm
April 29-May 1, 2021, 10:00am-6:00pm
May 2, 2021, Noon-5:00pm
Opening Celebration (includes award acknowledgements): Wednesday, April 28, 2021, 6:00-8:00pm

Public, private, and home-schooled high school students in Charleston, Dorchester, and Berkeley counties will display 3-dimensional works in a variety of subjects and media. Award winners selected by Sarah Miller, founder and director of the Miller Gallery in Charleston, SC.

PARTICIPATING SCHOOLS:

  1. Berkeley Center for the Arts
  2. Fort Dorchester High School
  3. Goose Creek High School
  4. Philip Simmons High School
  5. Septima P. Clark Academy
  6. Stratford High School
  7. Summerville High School

AWARDS :

1st Place – Miles Haight (Philip Simmons High School)
2nd Place – Lauren Worthy (Summerville High School)
3rd Place – Dayanna Ariza (Fort Dorchester High School)

Honorable Mentions:
Alyssa Cousina (Berkeley Center for the Arts)
Jaylin Pluchinsky (Fort Dorchester High School)
Gwen Krieq (Goose Creek High School)
Matt Newport (Philip Simmons High School)
Olivia Smith (Septima P. Clark Academy)
Caroline Boughter (Stratford High School)
Cynthany Braman (Summerville High School)