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    Ballard Students Place in Painting! At Seattle Art Museum Until May 26
    Posted on 05/09/2019
    Winning Painting girl with blond hair

    2019 Naramore Art Show Winners

    First Place Grace Sanderson  Second Place Sofia Angelov
    Grace standing winning award at Naramore    Sofia winning award at Naramore Art show

    Painting of a girlThe Naramore Art Show celebrates over 200 artworks by Seattle Public Schools middle and high school students at the Seattle Art Museum’s Community Corridor — and it's FREE! 

    Ballard High School did great at the Naramore district wide art exhibition at the Seattle Art Museum this year! Grace Sanderson took first place in painting and Sofia Angelov took second in painting. Fiona Doherty, Madison Daniel-Smith and Anna Topel (photos below) have some stellar artwork in the show as well! Congratulations to all! They all have worked so hard this year, with such beautiful results. They all have much to be proud of!  The show runs through May 26th at the Seattle Art Museum, so stop by and check out our rad BHS artists!  ˜ Matt Harkleroad Ballard High School Art

    Paining of a girlPainting of a girl and blue giantDrawing person with leaves



    Ballard High School has 15 students displaying their artworks in photography, drawing, painting and ceramics at the show this year.  


    Exhibition Dates
    April 3 - May 26, 2019

    Seattle Public Schools has held the Naramore Art Show since 1985 to celebrate the success of our highest achieving arts students and share their learning with our community.  Floyd A. Naramore, whose name is honored by this exhibition, was a visionary architect who invested deeply in his community and in the education of our students. He designed over 22 schools, including Roosevelt, Garfield and Cleveland high schools, and several middle school buildings. Read more about arts curriculum and creative advantage at Seattle Public Schools.

    A COMPLETE LIST OF WINNERS is posted on the SPS Naramore newsYou can also read more about the Naramore show on the Seattle Art Museum website.