Strongest Year yet for Scholastic Art Awards Submissions

The visual arts at Dublin School has a history of making waves, but this year it was a veritable tsunami. For a school with fewer than 150 students, Dublin won the fourth most Scholastic Art Awards in the state, beating out schools with ten times its population. 

 Art teacher and encaustic painter Earl Schofield was quite pleased indeed.  The number of awards won was a milestone in itself, and was made ever more substantial by senior Che Ryeong Jung who won, in addition to six gold keys and a gold key portfolio,  an American Visions Best in Show Award and a thousand dollar

scholarship to any school she chooses! Ms. Jung singlehandedly won more awards than fifteen individual schools in New Hampshire, making her an institution unto herself! The American Visions Best in Show Award is a first for Dublin School and marks Ms. Jung as one of the best young artist in the state.

 So, move over Exeter; there’s a new art boss in town.

Emily Bascom: 

1 Silver Key, 1 Gold Key,
1 Gold Key Portfolio

Katia Dermott: 
1 Silver Key

Daria Gross:
3 Honorable Mentions,
1 Silver Key, 1 Gold Key, 
Honorable Mention Portfolio

Piper Hewitt:
1 Honorable Mention,
1 Silver Key

Jess Isaacs:  2
Honorable Mentions, 2 Silver Keys,
1 Gold Key, 1 Honorable Mention Portfolio, 1 Gold Key Portfolio

Che Jung:
2 Honorable Mentions,
2 Silver Keys, 6 Gold Keys, 
1 Gold Key Portfolio,

1 American Visions Best of Show Award

Kelly Park:
 
1 Gold Key

Patricia Sullivan:  
1 Honorable Mention,  2 Gold Keys, 1 Honorable Mention Portfolio

Erin Tourgee: 
1 Silver Key, 1 Gold Key, 1 Silver Key Portfolio, 1 Gold Key Portfolio

Juliette Valade: 
1 Honorable Mention, 1 Gold Key

  Hannah Whitesel:
 
1 Honorable Mention, 1 Silver Key, 1 Honorable Mention Portfolio