Exhibition Details

April 13 to May 21, 2017
Opening Reception - Thursday, April 13
The Holter Museum of Art is excited to present the forty-third annual Youth Electrum from April 13 through May 21.  If your students are interested in participating, please look through guidelines below and get in touch! 
Preschool & Elementary Guidelines
Middle School Guidelines
High School Guidelines
The Holter is pleased to recognize students for their exceptional work in the following categories:
PhotographyMs. Knight's Photography 1 Students for Collaborative Poems Inspired by the Bray, grades 10-12Honorable MentionsBranson Mitchell, En Captivite, grade 12, Helena High School, Ms. KnightCharles Gray, World of Nature, World of Man, grade 12, Our Lady of Vitory Homeschool
CeramicsKeeley McNew, Tinfoil Saggar Raku, grade 12, Capital High School, Mr. LaneHonorable MentionsAustin Murphy, Blue Face, grade 11, Helena High School, Mr. Daniel
Sculpture & Mixed MediaKatlyn Jablonski, Evolution, grade 11, Helena High School, Mr. DanielHonorable MentionsClaire Peterson, The Bard, grade 12, Capital High School, Ms. CookAnaka Ronan, untitled, grade 12, Helena High School, Mr. Scanlon
Painting & DrawingHailey Henrikson, Are the Children Alright?, grade 12, Helena High School, Mr. ScanlonHonorable MentionsRemington Snezek, Kingfisher, grade 12, Helena High School, Mr. ScanlonColter Bauch, untitled, grade 11, Helena High School, Mr. ScanlonHailey Henrikson, Breaking Free, grade 12, Helena High School, Mr. ScanlonRylee Dunn, CMYK (de)Generation, grade 12, Capital High School, Ms. Cook
Creative Community AwardRossiter Elementary Students, From the Mixed-Up Files of Mrs. Basil E. Frankweiler, grades K-5

2017 Youth Electrum


April 13 to May 21, 2017

Opening Reception - Thursday, April 13

The Holter Museum of Art is excited to present the forty-third annual Youth Electrum from April 13 through May 21.  If your students are interested in participating, please look through guidelines below and get in touch! 

Preschool & Elementary Guidelines

Middle School Guidelines

High School Guidelines

The Holter is pleased to recognize students for their exceptional work in the following categories:

Photography
Ms. Knight's Photography 1 Students for Collaborative Poems Inspired by the Bray, grades 10-12
Honorable Mentions
Branson Mitchell, En Captivite, grade 12, Helena High School, Ms. Knight
Charles Gray, World of Nature, World of Man, grade 12, Our Lady of Vitory Homeschool

Ceramics
Keeley McNew, Tinfoil Saggar Raku, grade 12, Capital High School, Mr. Lane
Honorable Mentions
Austin Murphy, Blue Face, grade 11, Helena High School, Mr. Daniel

Sculpture & Mixed Media
Katlyn Jablonski, Evolution, grade 11, Helena High School, Mr. Daniel
Honorable Mentions
Claire Peterson, The Bard, grade 12, Capital High School, Ms. Cook
Anaka Ronan, untitled, grade 12, Helena High School, Mr. Scanlon

Painting & Drawing
Hailey Henrikson, Are the Children Alright?, grade 12, Helena High School, Mr. Scanlon
Honorable Mentions
Remington Snezek, Kingfisher, grade 12, Helena High School, Mr. Scanlon
Colter Bauch, untitled, grade 11, Helena High School, Mr. Scanlon
Hailey Henrikson, Breaking Free, grade 12, Helena High School, Mr. Scanlon
Rylee Dunn, CMYK (de)Generation, grade 12, Capital High School, Ms. Cook

Creative Community Award
Rossiter Elementary Students, From the Mixed-Up Files of Mrs. Basil E. Frankweiler, grades K-5

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