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Students Recognized with Scholastic Art and Writing Awards
With their shared tradition of stewardship of the arts, the School of the Museum of Fine Arts at Tufts and the Boston Globe presented this year’s awards.

The Scholastic Art and Writing program is the longest-running, most prestigious recognition program for creative teens in grades 7-12. Students apply their work in 29 categories of art and writing. Submissions are reviewed by a panel of judges in the visual and literary arts. Panelists look for works that best exemplify originality, technical skill, and the emergence of a personal voice or vision.
Gold Key
C. Capeci ’19 – Drawing/Illustration: Cats in the Fridge (Pastel and Black Paper), Surrealism (Colored Pencil), and Lizard Dinner (Colored Pencil)

Silver Key
C. Capeci ’19 – Drawing/Illustration: Diner (Pen and Ink)

Honorable Mention
G. Annino ’20 – Poetry: The Gun
N. Brown ’21 – Short Story: The White Knight
C. Capeci ’19 – Drawing/Illustration: Apple Face (Colored Pencil)
K. Cloonan ’20 – Short Story: Venezuela
E. Durbin ’20 – Science Fiction/Fantasy: The Other Bubble
M. Fisher ’20 – Flash Fiction: Bowling Burns
M. Hayes ’20 – Short Story: A Thief's Pocket Watch
T. Lakkis ’20 – Mixed Media Drawing: Little Red Riding Hood
A. McCormack ’20 – Mixed Media Drawing: Fish
R. Patterson ’21 – Short Story: Greenberg, Connecticut

All works receiving Gold Keys move on to national judging in New York City, to be considered for national honors. On March 16 Gold and Silver Key awardees are invited to attend a ceremony at Cohen Auditorium at Tufts University. The Massachusetts Regional Scholastic Art and Writing Awards Gold Key exhibit will run from March 16-25 at Breed Hall, Tufts University in Medford.