published Saturday, November 5th, 2011

Hamilton County students show off their art

Vi Hyunh, right, a senior at Ooltewah High School, looks over the entries while waiting at Hamilton Place mall early Friday for members of Allied Arts of Greater Chattanooga and the Hamilton County Department of Education to announce the winners of a countywide art contest. Hyunh won first place in the high school division.
Vi Hyunh, right, a senior at Ooltewah High School, looks over the entries while waiting at Hamilton Place mall early Friday for members of Allied Arts of Greater Chattanooga and the Hamilton County Department of Education to announce the winners of a countywide art contest. Hyunh won first place in the high school division.
Photo by Dan Henry.

The artwork of several Hamilton County students is on display at Hamilton Place mall after the completion of a countywide art competition.

The contest was sponsored by the school system and Allied Arts of Greater Chattanooga. Students were challenged to create work that highlighted Chattanooga's environmental surroundings.

Artwork will be on display in the mall's center concourse until Jan. 30.

The winners were:

Elementary division

• First place: Nathan Lathrop, Battle Academy

• Second place: Braley Moorehead, Birchwood Elementary

• Third Place: Keyshayn Brooks, Barger Academy of Fine Arts

Middle school division

• First place: Brandon Spencer, Dalewood Middle

• Second place: Dajia Ector, Dalewood Middle

• Third place: Hannah Heckler, Signal Mountain Middle/High

High school division

• First place: Vi Huynh, Ooltewah High

• Second place: Chris Inthavohgsa, Ooltewah High

• Third place: Haley Bartley, Ooltewah High

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macropetala8 said...

Howard use to have these type showings all the time, where students got to show their natural creativity. Wonder what happened to them? Students today don't seem to have much encouragement in being natural and showing their natural talents these days. Such natural abilities should never be ignored. As it is a vital part of the learning process.

November 5, 2011 at 4:38 p.m.
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