Arts Herndon Bestows Digital Art Scholarships Countywide: Join us for the 13th Annual Technology+Art=NOW High School Competition Awards
On May 24 at ArtSpace Herndon, Fairfax County High School students will compete to win Arts Herndon scholarships in the categories of Digital Photography, Digital Art, Animation, and Digital Art.
All award-winning and finalist artwork will be on display in the Technology+Art=NOW Exhibit at ArtSpace Herndon from May 23 - 31, 2017. Entries in the competition were evaluated and judged by a panel of experts. Tim Ingle is a digital media expert with over a decade of experience in film, television and commercial animation production. Michelle Schoening is a multi-disciplinary design professional who creates identities, brand systems, websites, marketing campaigns, and environmental graphics. Charlotte Geary is a professional photographer and co-founder of Modern Reston Online Lifestyle Magazine. Ms. Geary reports on local culture and events.
Each year Arts Herndon (formerly the Council for the Arts of Herndon) holds a Technology+Art=NOQ Competition with a mission to promote students’ artistic expression through technologically based media, to encourage students to develop their artistic skills, to showcase student talent developed through school curriculum, and to encourage students to become skilled, creative thinkers entering the job market. The first competition was held in 2005, with support from the Fairfax County Public School system to develop competition guidelines and categories.
Image: 2016 1st Place Winner; "Dream within a Dream" by Jacqueline Godier