Herricks Senior Wins Nassau County Art Award

Priscilla Kim wins 2013 Nassau County Art Supervisors Association Senior Art Scholarship Award.

Herricks High School senior Priscilla Kim, was recently chosen as the winner of the 2013 Nassau County Art Supervisors Association Senior Art Scholarship Award.

Ms. Kim will receive the award at a special ceremony at Adelphi University’s Ruth Harley Hall on March 17, 2013 at 11 a.m.

The Art Scholarship Award is given to a deserving senior who has consistentlydemonstrated exemplary talent and passion in two-dimensional visual artforms.

“One of the goals of the Art Supervisors Association is to encourageour young artists. Our mission is to honor and recognize an outstandingsenior from each member district in Nassau County who will likely pursuefurther studies in the fine and visual arts,” said Mary Passero, Herricks UFSD Related Arts & Business Chairperson and Immediate Past President of the Art Supervisors Association in a statement.

The 9th Annual All-County Student Art Exhibition will then commence onthe second floor of Ruth Harley Hall at Adelphi University from 12-4 p.m.

Mrs. Passero is also pleased to announce the following Herricks K-12th grade students have been selected by their art teachers to participate in thisprestigious event:

Herricks High School:

  • Michelle Ammann
  • Tiffani Cao
  • Natasha Garoosi
  • Emily Hu
  • Priscilla Kim
  • Jane Lee
  • Danielle Louie
  • Brenda Sze
  • Karen Wong
  • Nathan Wong
  • Ed Wu
  • Sara Yun

Herricks Middle School:

  • Julia Augustine
  • Melina Avramidis
  • John Bono
  • Nikita Jethani
  • Lauren Nilsson
  • Riya Patel
  • Christian Santos
  • Natalie Tan
  • Stephanie Tsai

Center Street School:

  • Carrie Hsu
  • Hetvi Patel
  • Joshua Tai

Denton Avenue School:

  • Loradonna Frucci
  • Demetrios Georgedakis
  • Pavneet Johal
  • Fiona Kuo
  • Rasquinha Rhea
  • Yugo Senda

Searingtown School:

  • Sara Daoui
  • Xavier Jiang
  • Andrew Kim

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