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FINE ARTS at CHEROKEE HIGH SCHOOL

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Ysabell's Big Day

Ysabella Goodman, an 8th grader at Cherokee High School, is a Youth Art Achievement Blue Ribbon Finalist. 17 young artists' works were chosen from over 300 submissions in this prestigous juried exhibit. Mayor Tommy Battle and Congressman Mo Brooks presented the awards at the Huntsville Museum of Art during an awards ceremony Sunday, March 11, 2018. We are so proud of you, Ysabella! Her winning photograph will now travel to Montgomery for further judging. Good Luck!

 

ARTISTIC RENDERINGS OF YOUTH 2018 

On Display at Kennedy-Douglass Center for the Arts 

Just a few of the wonderful art works from Cherokee!

CailynCailyn LedbetteraChristina Blackmon- Third PlaceaElzie Borden aDesiree Willis

aAllison Pipkins

aLandon WilsonaYanet PadronaWill Blackmon - Honorable MentionaMadison ElliotaJadlyn Trice

 

Trading cards arrive!Trading Cards Arrive!!

The 7th Grade art students participated in the Bicentennial Art Trading Cards Project in conjunction with the Alabama Arts Alliance! They enjoyed creating trading cards depicting areas of interest, beauty and rich heritage in North Western Alabama. The students' finished cards were mailed to the Alabama Arts Alliance where they would be distributed to students in different areas of Alabama. After about a month, we received our trading cards! The cards were from students in  Montgomery, Clanton, and Auburn. Included in the many images depicted on the cards were that of the "Giant Peach" in Clanton, Auburn University's Samford Hall, the State Capitol in Montgomery, and scenes of the Alabama River. A fun and educational project! 

Cool!     COOL!!

 

 

Photos

Ysabella Goodman's photograph choosen as a Blue Ribbon Finalist at Youth Art Achievement Awards at T