2019 Illinois High School Art ExhibitionTuesday, February 26, 2019
More than 500 of the best student artists from 125+ Illinois high schools are showcasing their art and vying for more than $20 million in college scholarships at the fifth annual Illinois High School Art Exhibition (IHSAE). Thirteen students from Lincoln-Way 210 have been selected to showcase artwork at the exhibit and qualified to earn one of the available scholarships. The show runs from Monday, February 12 through Friday, March 7 at the Zhou B Art Center in Chicago’s Bridgeport neighborhood.
Lincoln-Way District 210 participating students are:
• Melanie Piunti – Lincoln-Way Central
• Sarah Ralph – Lincoln-Way Central
• Jaclyn Duske – Lincoln-Way Central
• Salena Yasin – Lincoln-Way East
• Jessica Selph – Lincoln-Way East
• Nicole Zralka – Lincoln-Way East
• Emma Dickenscheidt – Lincoln-Way East
• Alex Rodriguez – Lincoln-Way East
• Courtney Kurtz – Lincoln-Way West
• Emily Stigler – Lincoln-Way West
• Sarah Brown – Lincoln-Way West
• Cali Yario – Lincoln-Way West
• Jenna Davis – Lincoln-Way West
"The IHSAE show is an amazing venue and opportunity for student artists. Not only do they get to display their artwork in a competitive gallery environment, but they also are afforded the opportunity for scholarship money from colleges that attend the exhibition,” said Phil Labriola, District Art Department Chairperson.
The 2019 Illinois High School Art Exhibition is a not-for-profit corporation whose mission is the advancement of visual arts education through exhibition. The entire organization is run by full-time art educators who collaborate with corporate sponsors, art schools/colleges/universities, and participating high schools to celebrate the artistic talents of Illinois high school art students on a grand scale.