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Jan. 12, 2012
Updated Jan. 30, 2012
Northwest Missouri State University art faculty members selected the works of three Platte County High School students for display at Northwest’s Kansas City Center in conjunction with the 2011-2012 Sixth Congressional District Art Competition.
As part of the annual Art Competition, “An Artistic Discovery,” Northwest faculty selected the following works:
The students were recognized during a reception Thursday, Jan. 26, at the Northwest Kansas City Center. U.S. Congressman Sam Graves, who represents the Sixth Congressional District, presented the awards.
The Sixth Congressional District of Missouri partnered with Northwest to participate in the Annual Congressional Art Competition. The contest encourages and recognizes the rich artistic talents of local youth, while giving them an unique opportunity to have their work displayed at the local and, possibly, national levels.
Faculty in the Department of Art at Northwest judge the artwork and award one artist with a $500 art scholarship to Northwest. The top three entries receive prominent display at Northwest’s Kansas City Center with other high-quality pieces chosen by the faculty. While this year’s exhibit featured a total of 39 artworks in a variety of media, Kendall was awarded the art scholarship.
As the winning entry from the Sixth District, Burress’ work will be displayed in the Cannon Tunnel at the U.S. Capitol with other artwork from congressional districts around the country. Burress also is invited to attend a ceremony in Washington, D.C., to help unveil the winning artwork from around the nation.
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