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ACHS Art Students get top prizes at CU Art Competition

Courtney Keezer wins two of three scholarships offered. Others competing were Sarah Berberich, Tyler McKinney, LaShay Corbin, Courtney Keezer, Gabe Wilson, Not shown are Hannah Scott and Tiara Holmes
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By Shamarie Harper

Last week, Campbellsville Universities Art Department, presided over a Art Contest for area high school students.

Cayce Davenport, Adair County High School Art Teacher, helped her students who were interested prepare their work for the competition. The results were wonderful.

Courtney Keezer also competed for the Campbellsville Universities Art Department Scholarship and was awarded 2 of the 3 scholarships offered. The teaching staff at Campbellsville University Art Department judged the scholarship applicants. Each applicant presented their portfolios (collection of artwork) and participated in a rigorous interview process. The Campbellsville University professors were extremely impressed with Courtney's work. The astounding part is Courtney has only been working in Photography and Ceramics for under a year. Courtney is a senior at Adair County High School in Ms. Cayce Davenport's advanced art classes. She plans on majoring in Art at Campbellsville University.

Shamarie Harper is Media Coordinator for the Adair County School District, 1204 Greensburg Street, Columbia, KY


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Adair County High Students excel at CU Art Competition



2016-04-19 - Campbellsville University, Campbellsville, KY - Photo by Shamarie Harper, Adair County Schools Media PR/Technology Resourse Teacher/Migrant Recruiter.
Adair County High School art students participated in Campbellsville Universities Art Competition with huge success. Shown here are Sarah Berberich, Tyler McKinney, LaShay Corbin, Courtney Keezer, Gabe Wilson, Not shown are Hannah Scott and Tiara Holmes. The placements and awards of these wonderful students where: Drawing, 3rd Place: Sarah Berberich; Painting, 2nd Place: Tiara Holmes; Graphic Design, 2nd Place: Tyler McKinney; Mixed Media, 3rd Place: LaShay Corbin; Ceramics, 1st Place: Courtney Keezer, 2nd Place: Gabe Wilson, 3rd Place: Gabe Wilson, Honorable Mention: Hannah Scott; and Best of Show, Courtney Keezer. Photography; 1st Place: Courtney Keezer, Best of Show, - Courtney Keezer. A big congratulations to all the Adair County High School students who participated in the Art Competition and congratulations to all those who received ribbons and monetary awards. - Shamarie Harper

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Courtney Keezer, ACHS with awards at CU art competition



2016-04-19 - ACHS 526 Indian Drive, Columbia, KY - Photo by Shamarie Harper, Adair County Schools Media PR/Technology Resourse Teacher/Migrant Recruiter.
Courtney Keezer of Adair County High School is shown here displaying her Scholarship Plaque and Best of Show in Photography, and Best of Show in Ceramics ribbons as well as her monetary awards. Adair County High School is proud of Courtney she is a true leader! Kudos, Courtney. Keep up the great work and never let go of your dreams! - Shamarie Harper

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Tiara Holmes painting takes 2nd Place at CU art competition



2016-04-19 - ACHS 526 Indian Drive, Columbia, KY - Photo by Shamarie Harper, Adair County Schools Media PR/Technology Resourse Teacher/Migrant Recruiter.
Tiara Holmes was not available for the photograph of Adair County High School students who won awards at the Campbellsville University Art Competition, but her Painting won 2nd place and we did not want the public to miss out on such a wonderful piece. - Shamarie Harper

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