Students are Winners in Architecture Contest

Students are Winners in Architecture Contest
Posted on 01/29/2024
Three Montclair High School students and two Buzz Aldrin Middle School students were selected as winners of The Newark and Suburban Architects’ Chapter of the American Institute of Architects (AIA) “The Holidays” art contest for students throughout North Jersey. Works submitted portrayed an architectural building, group of buildings or place defined by architecture which incorporated a holiday feeling or setting. Student submissions were reviewed by an esteemed panel of AIA Newark & Suburban member architects. The selected pieces reflect the students’ unique interpretations of the theme "The Holidays.” 

From left: Flynn Coolican, Grade 10, Gold Award; Jasmyn Lee, Grade 11, Bronze Award; Sawyer Silberman, Grade 11, Honor Award

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Olivia Cruger, Grade 7, Silver Award (l)
Zavien Suharto, Grade 6, Bronze Award (r)

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AIA Newark and Suburban Architects will hold an art exhibition, "The Holidays," with an opening reception scheduled for February 10 from 1 to 3 pm at the Newark Public Library spotlighting the creative achievements of the student award recipients of the contest. 

The exhibition highlights the organization’s commitment to fostering creativity and artistic expression in our communities and making students aware of the importance of architecture and good design. Attendees at the opening reception will have the opportunity to engage with the artworks, meet the young artists, and witness the rich artistic tapestry of our local communities. AIA Newark and Suburban Architects welcomes the public to join in celebrating the talents of these emerging artists and the architectural inspiration embedded in their creations.
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