Based in Sydney, Australia, Foundry is a blog by Rebecca Thao. Her posts explore modern architecture through photos and quotes by influential architects, engineers, and artists.

Strath Haven HS Art Students Win Congressional Race

Strath Haven HS Art Students Win Congressional Race

Award-winning Strath Haven artists at the Congressional Art Competition Show joined (left to right) SHHS Principal Dr. Kris Brown; Adie Woolf: 3rd Place for Printmaking; Adam Saccomandi: 3rd Place for Computer Generated Art; Maria Hess: 2nd Place for Black & White Drawing; Will Garrett: First Place for Photography; and Maysie Lewis: 3rd Place for Photography. Absent but represented by his work was Ari Burch: 1st Place for Computer Generated Art.  Photo by Kate Plows.

Award-winning Strath Haven artists at the Congressional Art Competition Show joined (left to right) SHHS Principal Dr. Kris Brown; Adie Woolf: 3rd Place for Printmaking; Adam Saccomandi: 3rd Place for Computer Generated Art; Maria Hess: 2nd Place for Black & White Drawing; Will Garrett: First Place for Photography; and Maysie Lewis: 3rd Place for Photography. Absent but represented by his work was Ari Burch: 1st Place for Computer Generated Art. Photo by Kate Plows.

On Sunday, May 5, works by 21 student artists from Strath Haven High School were displayed at the 2019 Congressional Art Competition Show for the 5th District of Pennsylvania. The show at Utility Works in Lansdowne featured 133 works created by students from 12 area high schools.

At the reception, Congresswoman (and Swarthmorean) Mary Gay Scanlon recognized student winners in each category of two-dimensional work, chosen by professional artist judges. The Strath Haven Art Department is proud to announce that six of our students won awards. Award winners from each category were invited to display their work for the next year in Congresswoman Scanlon’s local office.

One Book (Actually Three), One Swarthmore

One Book (Actually Three), One Swarthmore

Sleep, STEM, Sports Trainers … and Budget

Sleep, STEM, Sports Trainers … and Budget