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ACHS art students claim two first place awards, regionals

At Kentucky Art Educators regional art competition, Caveland Region. Artists also take two third place prizes and one honorable mention>

By Shamarie Claiborne, Media Publicity Coordinator
Adair County School District, Columbia, KY

The Adair County High School Art Department recently competed in the Kentucky Art Educators Association annual regional art competition and fared very well. Adair County is in the Caveland Region and walked away with two first place awards, two third place awards, and an Honorable Mention.

Rebecca Janes won first place in Sculpture and Tara Pierce won first place in Mixed Media allowing artwork to compete at the state level. Cody Janes received third place in Mixed Media, Jocelyn Sneed received third place in Printmaking, and in the very competitive Drawing category Sophomore Gabe Wilson received a Honorable Mention.

Mrs. Davenport could not be prouder of her students!



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Art Department wins five arts at Caveland Regional Competition



2015-04-20 - ACHS, 526 Indian Drive, Columbia, KY - Photo by Shamarie Claiborne, Adair Co. School District .
In recent the Kentucky Art Educators Association annual regional art competition, Cavelande Region, Rebecca Janes won first place in Sculpture and Tara Pierce won first place in Mixed Media allowing artwork to compete at the state level. Cody Janes received third place in Mixed Media, Jocelyn Sneed received third place in Printmaking, and in the very competitive Drawing category Freshman Gabe Wilson received a Honorable Mention. - Shamarie Claiborne, Adair Co. School District Media Publicity Coordinator

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