Susan Gentille, second from left, marketing development director at the Mansfield Art Center, presents certificates of congratulation to fourth-grader Santana Mauk and fifth-grader Nadine Aparicio Cruz, two of the Malabar students whose work is displayed at the center. At left is Malabar principal Andrea Moyer. At right are Malabar visual arts teachers Emily Fitch and Kara Mewhinney.
The artwork of scores of Mansfield City Schools students in kindergarten through high school will be on display March 16 to April 14 at the Mansfield Art Center.
The presentation is the 2019 Annual Regional High School Exhibition which will run simultaneously with the Mansfield K-8 Art Show from Saturday through April 14.
The high school exhibition will feature the work of Mansfield Senior High School students whose entries were winners in The Ohio Governor’s Youth Art Exhibition regional completion March 2 at Ontario. A reception for the regional winners will be held from 3 to 5 p.m. on Sunday.
selected for the kindergarten through eighth-grade show were submitted by
school art teachers with the final selections made by art center staff.
The K-8 show
will feature the works of:
Mansfield Middle School – Madison Bond, Jayla (no last name) and Elizabeth (no last name).
Malabar Intermediate School – James Cecil, Kayleigh Jacobs, Nadine Aparicio Cruz, William Miller, Madisyn Howell, Hazeline Snyder, Caira Phillips, Santana Mauk and Londyn Smith.
Woodland Elementary –Micah Cowell, Ayden Lewis, Kaliyah Burton, Ryan Howe, Kayleigh Jacobs and these entries with no last names: Brayden, Michael, Alayshia, Cayden and Zi’Aera.
Sherman Elementary – Mckenzie Williams, Anjel Roberts, Evin Lewis and Charity Marquard.
Prospect Elementary – Jordana Tokins, Nazyia Mindard, Alquila Collins, Kayla Quickle, Arianna Matlock and two with no last names: Destiney and Scarlett.
Spanish Immersion – Anna Abrams, Lianna M. Freeman, Phoebe Fitzsimmons, Zoe Axio Poulos, Group Project, Kirra Simmons, Nick Ollervides, Karma Smith, Amelia Raphael, Cy Henry, Raya Walter, Kayla Fulton, Lily Feasel, Laila Ramos and Group School Project.