CDS students recognized in WNC Regional Scholastic Art Awards

Congratulations to the following CDS students for being recognized in the WNC Regional Scholastic Art Awards, sponsored by Asheville Art Museum (2 South Pack Square, Asheville, NC). Students in grades 7–12 from across our region submit work for this highly competitive, juried competition. This year’s award ceremony was held virtually.

Carolina Day School honorees are:

Gold Key, American Visions Nominee

Christine Koppi '21

  • “Leading Line” (Ceramics & Glass) [pictured]

 

Honorable Mentions

Christine Koppi '21

  • “Gyan Mudra” (Ceramics & Glass)
  • “Mannequin” (Ceramics & Glass)
  • “Apaan Mudra” (Ceramics & Glass)

 

Julia Matin  '21

  • "Red Sand Dunes" (Ceramics & Glass)
  • “Capturing the Night Sky” (Art Portfolio)

 

Taytum Taft ‘24

  • “Vision of 2020” (Photography)

 

All awarded artworks are being presented in the 2021 WNC Regional Scholastic Art Awards exhibition through March 8, 2021, at the Asheville Art Museum. Gold Key and Silver Key artworks are displayed physically; Honorable Mention artworks are displayed digitally. 

For more information on the WNC Regional Scholastic Art Awards or to view a recording of this year’s virtual award ceremony, visit ashevilleart.org/exhibitions/scholastics-2021.