Left: Audrey Pan's painting, "Spectrum." Right: Portraits created by PT artists for the Memory Project.
Visual Arts Students in the News
Senior Audrey Pan won first runner up in the 2020 Congressional Art Competition, a professionally juried contest in which students participate via the district where their school is located. Audrey's entry was through District 5 Representative Susan Brooks' office. Her piece is an acrylic painting titled Spectrum, which also won a silver medal in last year's National Scholastic Art Award competition.
Park Tudor visual arts student volunteers contributed their talents to the Memory Project for the second time. The Memory Project is a nonprofit organization that coordinates gifts of portraits and art exchanges between students in many countries, in the hopes of creating "a kinder world." Park Tudor's 2020 participants - Sydney Leohr '20, Joy Overby '22, Sabrina Bezerra Gondim '21, Chloe English '22, Zhandi Kabunga '20, Lily Sumner '20, Izzy Haywood '23, Ellie Bailey '23, and art instructor Laura Schroeder created portraits for children in an orphanage in Russia. In 2019, Park Tudor students created portraits for children in an Afghan girls' school.