Shnurman Visual Arts Contest

Holocaust Visual Arts Contest 2018 in partnership with the Quad City Arts
The annual Holocaust Visual Arts Contest theme is “Imagery and Expression: A Visual Response to the Holocaust.” The contest is open to students in grades 7-12 in the Greater Quad City area. Guidelines: 2018 Holocaust Art Contest rules.updated-1

   

2018 Winners:
1st Place –
Sophia Dahm from Pleasant Valley High School – 11th grade – whose artwork is entitled “Wings of Hope.” Nominating teacher is Pat Bereskin from Bereskin Art Gallery & Academy.
2nd Place –
Anna Stivers from Morning Star Academy – 9th grade – whose artwork is entitled “Striped Pajamas.” Nominating teacher is Pam Rohde.
3rd Place –
Lauren McIntosh from Morning Star Academy – 9th grade – whose artwork is entitled “Captive.” Nominating teacher is Pam Rohde.
Honorable Mention –
Destiny Dixon from Davenport Creative Arts Academy – 7th grade – whose artwork is entitled “Trapped in Trepidation.”
Jozlynn Ellis from Davenport Creative Arts Academy – 8th grade – whose artwork is entitled “Judgmental Eyes.”
Abigail Stivers from Morning Star Academy – 10th grade – whose artwork is entitled “The Look.”
Lauren Wilcox from Quad City Christian School – 12th grade – whose artwork is entitled “A Helping Hand.”

   

2017 Winners:
1st Place –
Faith Mutum from Rock Island High School whose painting is entitled “Deliver Us From Evil.” Nominating teacher is Adrianna Corbey-Winn.
2nd Place –
Agata Burzunska from Rock Island High School whose collage is entitled “Captive.” Agata is a foreign exchange student from Poland. Nominating teacher is Adrianna Corbey-Winn.
3rd Place –
Sophie Utsinger from Bettendorf Middle School whose drawing is entitled “Yearning to Fly.”

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2016 Winners:

1st Place – Madison McKenzie – Moline High School – 12th grade – Lost Faces, Sculpture
2nd Place – Amy Van Fossen – Homeschooled, Bettendorf – 12th grade – Shadows of the Past, Drawing
3rd Place – Wyeth Platt & Makayla Smith – Creative Art Academy

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2015 Winner:

1st Place – Kylie Welch – Walcott Intermediate – 7th grade – A Single Candle, Painting