Mid-South Scholastic Art Awards Exhibition 2021Mid-South Scholastic Art Awards Exhibition 2021
Amellia Hausmann, Colorful Breeze (Painting)

January 23 - February 21, 2021

Mid-South Scholastic Art Awards Exhibition 2021

Every year, the Brooks is honored to host what some artists have called the "championships for our young artists": the Mid-South Scholastic Art Awards. The exhibition at the Brooks brings you the winning works in varied media by the Mid-South’s brightest and best student artists. Featuring more than 135 artworks by area public, private, and independently schooled youth, this visual celebration of their creativity is sure to inspire and give you hope for tomorrow.

 

Amellia Hausmann, Colorful Breeze (Painting)

Grade 12, Hutchison School

Senior Best-In-Show

 

Jackson Ruddick, essential (Painting)

Grade 11, White Station High School

Senior First Place and Senior Painting Award

 

Campbell Farmer, Hopeful (Mixed Media)

Grade 8, Briarcrest Christian High School

Junior First Place

 

 

Connor Hall, Lazy Luke the Duke (Painting)

Grade 10, Arlington High School

Middle First Place and Middle Painting Award

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Why Have There Been No Great Women Artists?

Why Have There Been No Great Women Artists?

The American art theorist Linda Nochlin (1931-2017) posed this question as the title of a pioneering article in 1971. This essay was considered one of the first major works of Feminist art history, it has become a set text for those who study art internationally, and it is influential in many other fields.

Why Have There Been No Great Women Artists? by Linda Nochlin