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Springs Arts Extravaganza Winners Announced

Win 1 Art by WS/FCS students is being celebrated at the annual Springs Arts Extravaganza being held through Thursday March 11.

The Spring Arts Extravaganza is sponsored by Winston-Salem/Forsyth County Schools, The Arts Council of Winston-Salem and Forsyth County, and Modern Automotive.

The art is on display in the Milton Rhodes Center for the Arts in downtown Winston-Salem at 251 N. Spruce St.

The show can be viewed in person or online. 

To sign up to visit the show in person go to In Person

To visit the show online, go to Online.

To see more pictures, go to Your Permanent Record.

MARCH 3, 2021 - Modern Automotive Artists of the Future Competition Winners have been announced.

HIGH SCHOOL:

First Place:

Nayelis Rosario Soto       

Grade 11

Teacher:  Ms. Nina Street

Walkertown High School

Win 3 Honorable Mention:

Jukiah Selassie     

Grade 11

Teacher:  Ms. Nina Anderson

School:  Parkland Magnet/IB High School

MIDDLE SCHOOL:

First Place:

Yasmeen Quzah   

Grade: 7

Teacher: Ms. Deirdre Mullen

Meadowlark Middle School

Honorable Mention:

Emerson Adams         

Grade:  8

Teacher:  Ms. Barbara Butryn

School:  Hanes Magnet School

Win 1 ELEMENTARY SCHOOL:

First Place:

Ashley Sanchez-Razo   

Grade 5

Teacher: Ms. Beatrix Hutton

School:  Virtual Academy

Honorable Mention:

Felicity Collins        

Grade: 1

Teacher:  Ms. Carol Mason

School: Piney Grove Elementary

The three first-place winners will receive a $250 Sawtooth School scholarship from Modern Automotive. Sawtooth School will present each winner with a one-year family membership. 

Modern will present the three honorable mention artists with a one-year student membership to Sawtooth School and certificates to purchase supplies for their classrooms to the art teachers of the three first-place winners.