CLARKSVILLE—Middle and high school students recently showcased their artistic talents at Clinton-Massie’s Unified Arts Festival.
The festival celebrated a year’s worth of work as students presented musical and choral selections and displayed their creative pieces in sewing, woods and metals, ceramics, digital and visual arts.
Several high school students submitted their pieces for judging consideration, and awards were presented for outstanding artists for each grade level. Those awards went to:
Outstanding 9th Grade Artists, Kenton McInerney and Megan Wonderly;
Outstanding 10th Grade Artists, Jocelyn Burton and Taylor Neace;
Outstanding 11th Grade Artists Taylor Flanigan and foreign exchange student Michele Fundneider;
Outstanding 12th Grade Artists, Raisa Hanna and Brandon Hall.
Information for this article was provided by Diana Miller, who coordinates communications for several area schools.