Wednesday, September 23, 2020

CSHS Art Students Advance in UIL Competition

This past Saturday 44 CSHS art students voluntarily participated in the Visual Art Scholastic Event (VASE) at the regional level at Timber Creek High School.  While all scored within the top half of the rankings, Carroll ISD would like to congratulate the following students who scored a “4”, the top score at the regional level, collectively bringing home a total of sixty-two medals.

  • Carissa Aglietti 4TAEAlogo
  • Sarah Alvi 4, 4
  • Jacob Bailey 4
  • Christie Ballew 4, 4
  • Sarah Banks 4, 4
  • Hanna Christina 4
  • Hannah Cory 4
  • Taylor Coughlin 4, 4
  • Olivia Cunningham 4
  • John De Busk 4, 4
  • Jared Deleon 4
  • Sabrina Del Rosario 4
  • Jackie Duguemin 4, 4
  • Evan Dunkel 4
  • Emilia Egel 4
  • Kiana Fernandez 4, 4
  • Jessica Filiaggi 4, 4
  • Morgan Franklin 4
  • Haley Hurlburt 4, 4
  • Olivia Johnson 4, 4
  • Jamie Kirby 4, 4
  • Soumya Kovela 4
  • Gracie Lanham 4
  • Alice Liu 4
  • Madison Long 4
  • Ian McKinsey 4
  • Rachel Meyne 4, 4
  • Alexandria Miles 4, 4
  • Mandi Misra 4
  • Mary Morris 4, 4
  • Emily Oikkola 4, 4
  • JC Patino 4, 4
  • Cassie Saffarian 4
  • Kate Sheedy 4, 4
  • Ciara Smith 4
  • Nicole Smith 4, 4
  • Kate Snow 4, 4
  • Bronwyn Sutherland 4
  • Madison Tolley 4
  • Ethan Van Easteren 4
  • Giovanna Veiga 4
  • Nicole Wichman 4, 4
  • Nina Williams 4
  • Zack Wilson 4

Five entries represented by four students were selected to represent CSHS at the state level in April.  Those four students were John De Busk, Soumya Kovela, Sabrina Del Rosaria, and JC Patino (two entries).  Congratulations to these students and all who participated in this year’s VASE competition.

 

Carroll Freshman Shines at Art Competition

Carroll ISD was represented well during a recent art competition. VASE, which stands for Visual Art Scholastic Event was held the weekend of April 6.

CHS Student Christie Ballew stands with her award winning piece

  •  Christie Ballew- Stop motion animation titled “Snail Mail”
  • Hannah Cory- Graphite drawing – “The Real Me”
  • Abby Detrich- Stop motion animation titled “The Great Conquest”
  • Gracie Lanham- Charcoal drawing – “Reflection”
  • Nicole Smith- Mixed media – “Words Are Change”
  • Hannah Springer- Digital photography – “A Look Into Paradise”
  • Lauren Sullivan- Digital photography – “Strawberry Crush”
  • Lauren Sullivan- Digital photography – “Expressions”

Ballew pictured with CHS Art Instructor Monica Lapierre-Hayslip (left)

Judges awarded every competing Carroll ISD art student a IV (Superior) rating. Freshman, Christie Ballew also received the only Gold Seal (highest honor) award for her submission. The Gold Seal award was one of only 150 pieces chosen from 25,000 high school pieces state wide. An art show comprised of the Gold Seal pieces will be touring around the state of Texas this summer.

All pieces will be on display at the District Art Show inside Southlake Town Hall during Art in the Square, April 26-28. The pieces will be set up in the basement, first and second floors.

For more information about the event visit www.taea.org.

Carroll Artists Advance at VASE Competition

Carroll ISD made school history Saturday, Feb. 2 when judges selected seven Carroll High School art students to advance to state in the Visual Art Scholastic Event. This is the largest number of CISD students to be selected to state in this competition. The State VASE competition will be held in Bryan, April 5-6.

Each competing student was required to interview with a juror about aesthetic and presenting their artwork The following is a list of students who advanced and details about their artwork:

  • Christy Ballew – (9th) – Snail Mail – stop motion animation
  • Hannah Cory (9th) – The Real Me – pencil drawing
  • Abby Detrich – (10th) – The Great Conquest – stop motion animation
  • Gracie Lanham – (10th) – Reflection – charcoal drawing
  • Nicole Smith – (10th) – The Secret – mixed media
  • Hannah Springer – (9th) – A Look Into Paradise – digital photography
  • Lauren Sullivan – (10th) – 2 pieces –  Expressions and Strawberry Crush both digital photography pieces

All of the works that advanced to state will be on display at the Carroll High School art gallery until Friday, Feb. 8 at 4 p.m. The public is welcome to view the art. All guests must check in the school’s front office to receive a visitor badge before being allowed on campus.

The slideshow below includes snapshots from the display at CHS.