Art Students Earn State Honors

March 19, 2011

The student artwork of Menomonee Falls High School students; Samantha Chromy, Lindsey Arndt, and Sam Paddock have been selected for the State Youth Art Month Exhibit in Madison.

There are only 300 young artists selected for this state recognition each year and 50 are chosen from each of the six regions. The students were chosen from the southeastern region Youth Art Month Exhibit entries.

The State Youth Art Month exhibit will be held at the State Capitol Rotunda in Madison from March 12-25, 2011. The awards ceremony will be on March 25 at Noon at the State Capitol Rotunda.

Congratulations to our State Youth Art Month Recipients!

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