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Friday, February 15, 2013

Scholarship winners, bowl makers at Thea

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Work by Taylor Ferguson, junior at Little Rock Christian and a third-place winner in the Thea competition
  • Work by Taylor Ferguson, junior at Little Rock Christian and a third-place winner in the Thea competition

The Thea Center features work by its Visual Arts Competition winners along with ceramic bowls made by students at Hall and Parkview High School for tonight's Argenta ArtWalk, 5-8 p.m.

The arts competition show features 30 works by high school students awarded a total of $25,000 in scholarships, junior high school winners who won $100 each and runners-up.

The ceramic bowls project, created by art teachers Bonnie Mogstad at Parkview and Matt Teravest at Hall high schools, includes themed bowls made by students for sale to benefit the Arkansas Foodbank. The project is a lesson in art and philanthropy.

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