The Dallas Art Dealers Association (DADA) will honor 14 Booker T. Washington High School visual art students on May 10 from 6-8 p.m. Join DADA to celebrate talented young artists at the Awards & Exhibition – Opening Ceremony at One Arts in the Dallas Arts District May 10 from 6-8pm. The Exhibition will […]
Aisha Mpiana portfolio Award one out of 15 in the state
Carrington Turner – 1st Place Winner (9th-12th Grade Category)
February 24, 2018 to April 15, 2018 | Concourse Gallery Congratulations to the following students: Ava Blankemeyer | Playtime Lily Edwards | Pipes Kate Kahle | They’ve Made Way Too Many Saw Movies Leslie Miguel | BAsic Joaquin Moore | Gravity Probe Bernadette Negrete | Branching Out Daniela Segovia | […]
2018 Young American Talent (YAT) Awards were announced on March 22nd. Congratulations to: Conner Chase – Invitation Award Isabella Firsching – 1st Place Jewelry Gabriela Noriega – 2nd Place Drawing The 2018 YAT Encore Exhibit is now on display in the Main Lobby of Dallas City Hall which will be […]
On Sunday March 4, we had 3 award-winners at the Texas Discovery Gardens Exhibit. Grace Biltz (10th grade) won 1st place Leah Lara (11th grade) won 2nd place Jennifer Huynh won Staff Choice
April 27-28 San Marcos High School On Saturday Feb 24, we accompanied a group of students to the all-day VASE competition held at McArthur High School. We had many awards and 7 artworks that will continue to the state competition in April: Bell Michael Sanchez – Regional Medal Chloe Villa […]
2015 DART Art Contest Conner Chase received Honorable Mention in the 9-12 grade category.
Meg Mickelsen won the Best of Show Award, and a $1000 prize sponsored by Neiman Marcus, for her drawing “Mystic Scramble”. 1st Place Winners – $200 Award Meg Mickelsen, Drawing, “Mystic Scramble (shown above) Savy Flores, Jewelry, “Metal Cicada” Geovanni Casillas, Mixed Media, “Self Geo” Sophia Anthony, Painting & Watercolor, […]
Congratulations to Julie Torres, Booker T sophomore visual art student, who was a runner-up in the 2015 Congressional Art Competition organized by Congressman Pete Session’s office and sponsored by the Art Institute of Dallas. Julie is pictured with Congressman Sessions and her work titled “A Day Too Long”.