Tatnall Students Sweep 2020 Scholastic Art Awards

Tatnall earns 78 Individual Awards and 29 Gold Key Awards—the most in the state!
 
Thirty-six Tatnall students have won recognition for their fine art accomplishments in the 2020 Delaware Regional Scholastic Art & Writing Awards, the nation’s most prestigious and competitive contest for excellence in fine art. Work is evaluated based on originality, technical skill, and emergence of a personal voice or vision. 

This year, Tatnall students won 78 Individual Awards and 29 Gold Key Awards―more than any other school in the state! Gold Keys represent the top five percent of entries in any given category and Silver Keys represent the top ten percent of entries. Gold Key Award-winning work will advance to the next level of national competition, with several million dollars in scholarship money available, as well as additional exhibition and publication opportunities. 

Tatnall highlights from this year’s competition include:
  • 78 total Individual Awards—more than any other school in the state! 
  • 29 Gold Key Awards—more than any other school in the state!
  • 14 Silver Key Awards
  • 35 Honorable Mentions
  • 36 total students were recognized (10 Middle School and 26 Upper School students)
  • 21 students earned more than one award during the competition
  • 16 total awards presented to Middle School students (5 Gold, 4 Silver, 7 Honorable Mentions)
  • 17% of the overall Gold Key Awards were presented to Tatnall students
  • 15% of the overall awards were presented to Tatnall students
Two  students received special recognition during the Awards Ceremony on February 8 in Dover:
  • Ashlin DeLucia ’20 was awarded a Delaware Foundation for the Visual Arts Scholarship 
  • Luciana Kehr ’21 was nominated for the American Vision Award
Most Tatnall Awards for Upper School
  • Madhuram Sundararajan ’22 earned more Individual Awards than any other Tatnall student, with five Gold Key Awards and two Honorable Mentions. 
Most Tatnall Awards for Middle School
  • Esther Adebi ’24 earned more Individual Awards than any other Middle School student with two Gold Key Awards, a Silver Key Award, and an Honorable Mention. This is the first time a Middle School student from Tatnall has won multiple Gold Key Awards.
2020 Scholastic Art Award Winners
Esther Adebi ’24 (2x Gold, Silver, and Honorable Mention winner)
Shannon Austin ’20 (Silver and Honorable Mention winner)
Avery Brumfield ’23 (Silver and Honorable Mention winner)
Corbin Brumfield ’20 (Gold winner)
Daphne Chandler ’24 (Silver winner)
Anne Coant ’21 (Honorable Mention winner) 
Ashlin DeLucia ’20 (Gold, Silver, and Honorable Mention winner)
Riley Greene ’24 (Honorable Mention winner)
Julie Griswold ’21 (Honorable Mention winner) 
Ellie Hiller ’21 (Silver and Honorable Mention winner) 
Martha Holler ’21 (Silver winner)
Amanda Janusz ’21 (Honorable Mention winner) 
Charlotte Jones ’22 (2x Gold winner)
Sara Kane ’23 (Gold winner)
Luciana Kehr ’21 (2x Gold, 2x Silver, and Honorable Mention winner)
Max Leary ’20 (Gold winner)
Runyang Li ’24 (Gold and Honorable Mention winner)
Victor Li ’24 (Silver winner)
Catie Marvin ’20 (3x Silver winner)
Kate McConnel ’23* (2x Honorable Mention winner)
Grace McKelvey ’20 (Gold and Honorable Mention winner)
Aidan Minihan ’23 (Honorable Mention winner) 
Nic Mowll ’20 (Gold and 2x Honorable Mention winner)
Jane Penn ’21 (Gold and Silver winner)
Katherine Pupek ’21 (Gold, Silver, and Honorable Mention winner)
Angelina Ritschel ’20 (2x Gold and Honorable Mention winner)
Nina Silver ’20 (2x Gold and 2x Honorable Mention winner)
Abby Soja ’20 (Honorable Mention winner)
Madhuram Sundararajan ’22 (5x Gold and 2x Honorable Mention winner)
Elaina Teklits ’20 (Silver winner)
Clara Tessier ’21 (Gold and Honorable Mention winner)
Crystal Wang ’20 (Gold, Silver, and 4x Honorable Mention winner)
Jack Wilkinson ’21 (Gold and Silver winner)
Yuqi Yang ’20 (Gold and Honorable Mention winner)
 
*Earned Middle School and Upper School awards
 
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