MCPS Students Win Congressional Art Contest

by MCS Staff

Congressman David Trone (MD-06) announced the winners of the Congressional Art Competition from Maryland’s 6th District. Each year, the House of Representatives hosts the Congressional Art Competition, recognizing high school artists who live or attend school in each Congressional district.

“Maryland is home to some of the most creative students in the nation, and their talent was put in the spotlight during this year’s Congressional Art Competition,” said Congressman David Trone. “We selected our first place winner through public voting on social media, with Emily Duan of Richard Montgomery High School receiving the most votes for her artwork entitled, ‘Reminiscence.’ Thank you to everyone who participated, and congratulations to Emily and our other winners for their incredible work.”

First Place:

Emily Duan, Reminiscence

Richard Montgomery High School

Rockville, MD

Category Winners

   Spirit of the District:

Page Bacon, The Road

Saint James School

Hagerstown, MD

Staff Pick:

Evie Brauner, Bubbles

Saint James School

Hagerstown, MD

Best Computer Generated:

Malyla Banota, Paint Dripping Portrait

Northwest High School

Germantown, MD

Best Drawing:

Veronica Wang, Greater

Poolesville High School

Poolesville, MD

Best Mixed Media:

Ida Chen, Beyond the Fishbowl

Winston Churchill High School

Potomac, MD

Best Painting:

Phoenix Cardwell, Brother Keeper

Barbara Ingram School for the Arts

Hagerstown, MD


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