2019 Scholastic Art and Writing Awards

Eleven Falmouth Academy students received a total of 19 prizes at the annual Scholastic Art and Writing Awards competition, which supports and celebrates young artistic talent. The regional competition is co-sponsored by the Boston Globe and The School of the Museum of Fine Arts at Tufts.

Gold key winners are Hannah Stillman ’19 of Plymouth for her digital art “Zesty” and Alice Tan ’21 of Mashpee for her drawing “The Death of Julius Caesar.”

Silver key award winners include Heather Wang ’19 of Falmouth for her art portfolio including photo and film; Natalie Todd-Weinstein ‘21 of Falmouth for her photo “That’s My Cue”; Hannah Stillman ’19 of Plymouth for her photo “Time and Water”; Colby MacLean ’23 of Falmouth for his drawing “Gatsby”; and MaKenzie Luce ’19 of Vineyard Haven for her painting “"Élevé en É change.”

Honorable Mention award recipients are Leah Littlefield '19 of West Tisbury for her writing portfolio; Isabel Heard ’20 of Falmouth for her painting “Woodneck Beach”; Emma Keeler ’19 of Rochester for three ceramic works “Red Jug,” “Red Jar,” and “Brown Teapot”;  Makensie Luce ’19 of Vineyard Haven for her glasswork “Maisy”; Anna Metri ’19 of Bourne for her photo “Self 2”; Maisie Saganic ’21 of Falmouth for her drawings “Beat Navy” and “Her Eyes are Like Pennsylvania”; Hannah Stillman ’19 of Plymouth for multiple works including her digital art “Cascade,” printmaking “Outspoken,” and photo “Blood Red”; Alice Tan ’21 of Mashpee for her two drawings “Socrates, Plato, Heraclitus, and Diogenes” and “Vitoria”; and Ellie Thomas ’21 of West Tisbury for her photo “Inhale.”