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Plainfield Students' Artwork Chosen for JJC Exhibit

The art is on display through Friday at the JJC main campus.

Credit: File photo
Credit: File photo
Submitted by District 202:

Fifteen District 202 high school student artists were invited to exhibit their works, and three from Plainfield South High School received an Award of Excellence for their achievement in the “2013 Joliet Junior College Area High School Art Exhibition.”

In all, 23 area high schools submitted 112 pieces of art for this year’s exhibit. The exhibit is featured in the Laura A. Sprague Art Gallery at Joliet Junior College-Main Campus. It runs through Dec. 13.

A Certificate of Recognition was awarded to all students whose work was selected for the exhibit.  In addition, the full-time JJC studio art faculty recognized 18 students for outstanding achievement. 

Congratulations to the following District 202 students whose work is on display:

Plainfield South High School

Megan Andrist (junior) – ceramics (Award of Excellence)

Ashley Flores (senior) – computer art

Megan McDonough (senior) – sculpture (Award of Excellence)

Chloe Perez (senior) – digital imaging (Award of Excellence)

Felicia Soto (junior) – painting

Plainfield East High School

Cynthia Alvarez-Manzo (senior) – painting

Claire Krienitz (senior) – painting

Emilia Lozowska (freshman) – drawing

Mikaela Saul (sophomore) – photography

Lauren Turk (sophomore) – sculpture

Plainfield North High School

Mikayla Clark (freshman) – drawing

Audrey Hansa (senior) -- painting

Clarisa Hernandez (sophomore) – ceramics

Ashlen Juergens (sophomore) – painting

Tessa Leyson (senior) – painting

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