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2023 High School Scholarship Winners and Honorable Mentions
Thanks to the sponsorship from Chown Hardware, the 2023 OPA High School Scholarship was able to award two $500 scholarships to winning applicants. The work submitted demonstrates outstanding ceramic technique, originality, artistic risk, and craftsmanship.
12th Grade Olivia Greenburg's "Fading Coral" from Grant High School
12th Grade Sofia Isaias-Day "La Mezcla del Simbolism" from Corvallis High School
12th Grade Megan Nguyen's "From The Riverside" from Mountainside High School
11th Grade Ashley Wallwork "Hollow Woods" from Tigard High School
11th Grade Sophie Corey "Flidias" from Liberty High School
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DECEMBER 2022 OPA EXHIBITION “PUSHING BOUNDARIES”Watch the Recording
Artist Talk from the Pushing Boundaries exhibit at Art at the Cave.
FOCUS ON DIVERSITY PANEL DISCUSSION
Join us in celebrating the ceramic work of Tea Thanhbinh Duong, John Hasegawa, Veronica Arquilevich Guzmán, Lily Liu, Dwayne Sackey, Linda Dalal Sawaya, Anshula Tayal in conversation about the intersection of their cultural roots and clay practice, in conjunction with Focus on Diversity, an exhibit at the Governors Mansion, Salem, OR.
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