2018 Art Exhibit Winners
The Art + Design Program presents
27th Annual High School Art Exhibition
February 21 - March 9, 2018
Some of the issues we face today, such as natural disasters, school shootings, social and political divisions, hate speech and bullying, weigh heavily on the minds of high school students. Radical Empathy is a concept that seeks to better understand the feelings of others to affect positive change and build healthier, more compassionate communities. Radical Empathy asks us to fundamentally change our perspectives from judgmental to accepting. Radical Empathy requires that we try to imagine how another person feels and to understand and to reflect on our feelings and beliefs.
Our theme is rich with visual implications and we have seen some wonderful interpretations this year.
Heather Tobin - Bonners Ferry High School, Tymber Figueroa - Coeur d’ Alene High School, Katryn Murray - Filer High School, Sydney Maciosek - Kellogg High School, Tatem Thompson - Kootenai High School, Addy Harris-Novak - Lake City High School, Mercedes Villalobos - Lapwai High School, Cassia Whipple - McCall-Donnelly High School, Sydney Hurst - Middleton High School, Megan Smith - Middleton High School, Kayla Stenzel - Moscow High School, John Goade - Moscow High School, Rebecca Muse - Moscow High School, Ismael Vega Juárez - Mountain Home High School, Cicilee Knight - North Fremont High School, Cameron Olson - Orofino High School, Ashley Mundt - Post Falls High School, Sierra Chapma - Prairie High School, Alana Seifert - Sandpoint High School, Alana Baumgartner - Sandpoint High School, Isabel Salazar - Skyline High School, Katherine Wallace - Skyview High School, Brooklyne Weitzel - St Maries High School, Alexis Benner - Timberlake High School, Maggie Howard - Wallace High School