Students recognized for artistic visual and literary achievement
Posted on 01/22/2020
images of student artwork that won Off the Wall awards

Congratulations to these PWCS students whose works of art, on display during the Center for the Arts 2020 Off the Wall High School Art Exhibit, received top awards by the judges in the final competition. Awards were presented during the open house held in early January in the categories of visual art, art and technology, poetry, and wearable art. Students participating in the wearable art category had an opportunity to show off their creations.

Category - Visual Art:

  • First place: Yohanna Taddesse, “Still-Life,” Woodbridge High School
  • Third place: Kyra Morris, “Faded Into Distortion,” Woodbridge High School
  • Honorable mention:
    • Felicity Gonzalez Rivera, “In His Eyes,” Charles J. Colgan Sr. High School
    • Hope Dearborn, “Munchen, Germany,” Patriot High School
    • Keilani Wetternach, “Sunset Oasis,” Osbourn Park High School

Category - Art & Technology:

  • First place: David Jones, “Binary Focus,” Colgan High School

Category - Poetry:

  • First place: Lily Parker, “Creatures of the Night,” Colgan High School
  • Second place: Olivia Misero, “Water Falling,” Colgan High School
  • Honorable Mention:
    • Lynn Vassar, “Passing By,” Colgan High School
    • Caitlin McGeehan, “A Poet’s Purpose,” Forest Park High School

Category - Wearable Art:

  • First place: Isabella Goglia, Colgan High School, (materials: Plastic trash bags, math paper, computer cords, tape, glue, and paint)

This program, now in its 16th year, is sponsored by Lockheed Martin and the Center for the Arts/Caton Merchant Family Gallery. Artwork will be on display at the Lockheed Martin-Manassas location through the month of February.