2013-2014 Student Artwork Selected for MLTI Device
Published:March 14, 2013
Twenty student artists will have an audience of more than 72,000 students and teachers for their artwork this fall. The 20 students from across Maine have won the honor to have their artwork displayed on the Maine Learning Technology Initiative devices for the 2013-14 school year.
More than 290 Maine students submitted images to be considered. Students and teachers voted on their favorites, and two of the 20-featured works were the top vote getters. An independent panel of three judges selected the other 18 pieces.
The challenge is an annual affair that has attracted entries from more than 1,200 students during its five-year history. The winning students will receive free registration to attend the 2013 MLTI Student Conference on May 16, 2013 at the University of Maine in Orono.
The selected students are listed below (in no particular order). Their artwork is available for viewing at http://www.maine.gov/mlti/about/photos.shtml.
- “Liquid Sunshine”, by Shauna Babine of Lewiston High School, grade 11
- “The Catch”, by Jacob Bosworth of Skowhegan Middle School, grade 7
- “Lights”, by Travon Bradford of Kennebunk High School, grade 9
- “Snake Skin”, by Dylan Collin of Mount Desert Island High School, grade 9
- “Playing”, by Jo-Hanna Drayton of Skowhegan Middle School, grade 8
- “Transfiguration”, by Lukas Frenzel of Mt Ararat High School, grade 11
- “Blue Forest”, by Abbie Healey of Lincoln Academy, grade 10
- “Strawberries and Grapes”, by Katelyn Hirst of Kennebunk High School, grade 12
- “Untitled”, by Benjamin Hoagland of Lincoln Academy, grade 12
- “Continuity”, by Claire Horne of Camden Hills Regional High School, grade 12
- “Sights of the Sea”, by Nicholas Johnson of Telstar Regional High School, grade 10
- “Sploosh”, by Isaiah Keene of Mount Desert Island High School, grade 9
- “Bobbi”, by Alli MacDonald of Mesalonskee Middle School, grade 6
- “Big Splash”, by Patti Mankin of Middle School of the Kennebunks, grade 7
- “Cat Nap”, by Lauren Merritt of Camden Hills Regional High School, grade 11
- “Drops On a Leaf”, by Kathleen Murphy of Mount Desert Island High School, grade 10
- “Lonely Blue”, by Keisha Park of Skowhegan Area Middle School, grade 8
- “Lion”, by Kayla Redman of Waterville Senior High School, grade 10
- “CD Horse”, by Olivia Sciulli of Wells Junior High School, grade 8
- “Violin”, by Hannah Wells of Camden Hills Regional High School, grade 12