COCONUT GROVE ARTS FESTIVAL TO PRESENT STUDENT AWARDS

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Marking over 25 years of scholarship support for talented art students in Miami-Dade County, the Coconut Grove Arts & Historical Association Scholarship Program has announced $20,000 in scholarship awards for the 2017 school year. Receiving scholarships of $1,000 each are 20 graduating seniors from five of Miami-Dade County’s public magnet arts high schools.

The awards will be presented by members of the board of the Coconut Grove Arts & Historical Association – producers of the nonprofit Coconut Grove Arts Festival – on Saturday, May 6 at 7 p.m. The presentation will take place during the opening reception of an exhibition that will showcase the works of this year’s Scholarship recipients at the arts festival’s Gallery at CGAF exhibition series.    

The 2017 high school scholarship recipients are:

Adriana De La Torre, New World School of the Arts

 

Aminas Brown, Academy of Arts and Mind


Antonio Garcia, New World School of the Arts

 

Ariana Bendana, Doral Performing Arts & Entertainment Academy


Ashwag Elana Younis, Design and Architecture Senior High


Chloe Castillo, Design and Architecture Senior High

 

Catherine Camargo, New World School of the Arts

 

Gala Arias, Design and Architecture Senior High

 

Isabel Oliva, New World School of the Arts 

 

Jose Broche, Robert Morgan Educational Center – High School

 

Kristian Quintana, Robert Morgan Educational Center – High School

 

Nicole Luna, Robert Morgan Educational Center – High School

 

Nuria Dolplin, Coral Reef High School

 

Ryan Haney, New World School of the Arts

 

Sabrina Linares, Design and Architecture Senior High

 

Sandy Li, Design and Architecture Senior High

 

Sheilam Horta, Design and Architecture Senior High

 

Wanda Carreras, New World School of the Arts

Zoe Lackey, New World School of the Arts

Assisting with the selection process for this year’s awards is the Fund 4 Design & Art Education, an organization created and maintained by retired arts educators across the County. The organization has assisted the Arts Festival in selecting some of Miami-Dade’s best arts students since 2013.


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