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PDS Students Win Photography and Scholastic Visual Arts Awards
PDS Students Win Photography and Scholastic Visual Arts Awards

Princeton Day School is pleased to announce that the following Upper School students were awarded Scholastic Visual Arts Awards:

Emma Dries '18: Gold Key, Photography
Sophie Feldman '18: Gold Key, Drawing
Alison Klei '17: Gold Key, Ceramics
Michelle Leung '18: 2 Gold Keys and 2 Silver Keys in Photography
Shana Mimnaugh '17: 4 Gold Keys, 2 Silver Keys in Photography; 1 Silver Key in Architecture

In addition, Elizabeth Brennan'18 was invited to exhibit in the Phillips Mill 2017 Youth Art Exhibition in New Hope, and won first prize in photography. Shana Mimnaugh was invited to exhibit at the D&R Greenway Land Trust Themed Juried Art Exhibit, and she and Hope Ammidon '18 were invited to exhibit in the Voices for the Abbott Marshlands juried exhibit.

Michelle Leung '18 was invited to exhibit in the Drexel University 2016 High School Juried Photography Contest and won second prize. Michelle was also named a 2017 National YoungArts Foundation Finalist in Photography. She is eligible for nomination as a U.S. Presidential Scholar in the Arts to be decided later this year.

Pictured from left to right are Emma Dries, Hope Ammidon, Shana Mimnaugh, and Michelle Leung. Congratulations to our students!

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