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Metea Valley Art Students Participate in the 18th Annual Chicagoland 4 x 5 Exhibition

Reported by karen_popovich@ipsd.org on 10/23/20

This year, the 18th Annual Chicagoland 4 x 5 Exhibition has gone Virtual. The largest "small" Art Exhibit in the nation is dedicated to the memory of Fremd High School Art Teacher, Lew Hubbard who had the vision to start this event nearly 20 years ago. This art exhibit challenges artist to create work within the parameters of 4" x 5". This year, 42 high schools and 10 junior high schools participated in this event. The following students and staff from Metea Valley had work selected for this show:
Abby Terada- Computer Generated
Asha Chatwal- Computer Generated
Danlon Hammons (3 pieces)- Computer Generated
Delainey Hatten- Computer Generated
Kinza Choudry- Digital Photography
Amanda Rising- Digital Photography
Ava Stone- Digital Photography
Lauren McDonagh- Digital Photography
Miranda Martinez (2 pieces) - Digital Photography
Natalia Macias Torres- Digital Photography
Adam Morrill-Krumwied- Computer Generated
Clara Curtis- Painting
Isabella Rogne- Painting
Connor Akstulewicz- Sculpture
Riley Howard- Sculpture
Sephie Adamson (2 pieces)- Computer Generated
Irene LaPapa- Painting, Teacher Category
Karen Popovich- Sculpture, Teacher Category

Abigail Terada was awarded 2nd Place in the Computer Generated Category
Karen Popovich was awarded 2nd Place in the Teacher Category

Oswego High School hosts this event each year and on November 11th, they will host a Virtual Gallery Viewing, College Portfolio event, Student workshops, and an Awards Presentation. More information about this event will be coming soon.

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