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Art Contest Grand Prize Winners are Named

Contest Co-Sponsored by ARES Corporation, Fisher Space Pen Co. and Space Foundation

Art Contest Grand Prize Winners are Named Grand prize winners have been announced in the Space Foundation's first student art contest. All winners were recognized at a special ceremony on April 13 at the 27th National Space Symposium at The Broadmoor Hotel in Colorado Springs, Colo., where two former NASA astronauts, Richard Hieb and Danny Olivas, announced the grand prize winners selected from among the three first place winners for each age category.

Students in pre-kindergarten through 12th grade were invited to submit original artwork depicting the theme, "Human Space Travel in the Year 2020," resulting in entries from more than 150 students in 13 states. Entries were judged in four grade categories - preK-2, 3-5, 6-8 and 9-12 - and three style categories - drawing, painting and multimedia.

Each winning artist received a Fisher Space Pen, a ribbon and an invitation to attend the award presentation. Each Grand Prize winner received an art kit from ARES Corporation. Winning entries were displayed at the Symposium outside of the new ARES Education Auditorium in the Boeing Exhibit Center Lower Level. The contest was co-sponsored by ARES Corporation and Fisher Space Pen Co. Click here to see all the winning artwork and photos of the ceremony.

The grand prize winners are:

Grades PreK-2: Emma Fusco, Arthur S. May Elementary, Poughkeepsie, N.Y.
Grades 3-5: Dimitra Theard, Greenwood School, Denver
Grades 6-8: Suney Yang, Farnsworth Aerospace School, St. Paul, Minn.
Grades 9-12: Colleen Fannin, Sand Creek High School, Colorado Springs, Colo.

The first-, second- and third-place winners, organized by state and school, are:

ALABAMA
East Elementary, Cullman
Emilee Strout, third place, preK-2 painting

COLORADO
Air Academy High School, Colorado Springs
Olivia Arens, first place, grades 9-12 multimedia

Cheyenne Mountain Elementary, Colorado Springs
Jackson Hawker, first place, preK-2 painting

The Classical Academy Central Campus, Colorado Springs
Lauren Baiza, second place, grades 3-5 multimedia
John Chandler Bolin, third place, grades 3-5 drawing
Delaney Krieger, first place, grades 3-5 multimedia
Audra Frieden, first place, grades 3-5 painting
Bryce George, first place, grades 6-8 drawing
Avery Nelson, first place, grades 6-8 multimedia

Discovery Canyon Campus, Colorado Springs
Team of Ian Arko, Christina Ostovic, Alexandra Palmer, Michael Robinson, third place, grades 6-8, multimedia

Eagleview Middle School, Colorado Springs
Toni Troje, third place, grades 6-8 painting

Grant Elementary, Colorado Springs
Hayden Bosler, third place, grades 3-5 multimedia

Greenwood School, Denver
Dimitra Theard, first place, grades 3-5 drawing

Howbert Elementary, Colorado Springs
Hannah Marquez, second place, preK-2 drawing
Landon Vidmar, third place, preK-2 drawing

Jack Swigert Aerospace Academy, Colorado Springs
Hector Medrano, second place, grades 6-8 drawing

Mitchell High School, Colorado Springs
Carlos Ortiz, second place, grades 9-12 drawing

Otero Elementary, Colorado Springs
Anthony Twiggs, second place, grades 3-5 painting

Pinon Valley Elementary, Colorado Springs
Kelly St. John, second place, grades 3-5 drawing

Peyton Elementary, Peyton
Emilee Ullom, second place, grades 6-8 multimedia

Sand Creek High School, Colorado Springs:
Audry Ancell, third place, grades 9-12 drawing
Kadre Disnute, second place, grades 9-12 painting
Colleen Fannin, first place, grades 9-12 painting
Dillon Irish, first place, grades 9-12 drawing
Jin Kim, third place, grades 9-12 painting
Joann Wong, second place, grades 9-12 multimedia

Vera Scott Elementary, Colorado Springs
Serina Bartile, second place, preK-2 multimedia
Jillian Buckmiller, third place, grades preK-2 multimedia

MARYLAND
Arthur Middleton Elementary, Waldorf
Joelle Starling, third place, grades 3-5 painting
Piccowaxen Middle School, Newburg
Matthew Fan, second place, grades 6-8 painting

MINNESOTA
Farnsworth Aerospace School, St. Paul
Suney Yang, first place, grades 6-8 painting

NEBRASKA
Bellevue Elementary, Bellevue
Olivia Decker, first place, pre-K-2 multimedia
Joseph Matter, third place, grades 6-8 drawing

NEW YORK
Arthur S. May Elementary, Poughkeepsie
Emma Fusco, first place, preK-2 drawing
Megan Palestro, second place, preK-2 painting

TEXAS
Weslaco East High School, Weslaco
Vilma Flores, third place, grades 9-12 multimedia

Pictured, Grand Prize art, clockwise: Colleen Fannin's painting (Grades 9-12); Suney Yang's painting (Grades 6-8); Dimitra Theard's drawing (Grades 3-5); and Emma Fusco's drawing (Grades PreK-2)

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