Capital High School Recognizes Student Artists

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Lauren McCann won first prize for her drawings of homeless people.



Submitted by Eliza Ramsey, Capital High School intern to ThurstonTalk

On May 22, the Capital High School Parent Organization put on an event to honor student artists.  Students can enter art in categories such as drawing, painting, woodworking, photography, mixed media and welding.

Event highlights:

  • Senior Shea Temple took first in the Functional Metal category with a gate he crafted for his family driveway.
  • Senior Lauren McCann received the Best in Show award for her India Ink drawings of homeless people in Olympia.  Lauren’s series of drawings was part of her culminating project with focused on raising awareness and providing assistance to the homeless members of our communities.
  • The choir, band and orchestra also performed during the event.



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