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MSD art students participate in the memory project for Russian orphans

MSD art students participate in the memory project for Russian orphans

Seventeen select art students from Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School have been working on an art assignment titled The Memory Project. Each student received a child’s picture from an orphanage in Russia to draw and color. For weeks, the advanced artists utilized time at home […]

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Here is Wints' fractured portrait piece, she used graphite pencils for. Photo courtesy of Jaedyn Wint.

March’s Artist of the Month: Jaedyn Wint

Senior Jaedyn Wint has been involved in the art program for all four years of her high school experience. This year, she is a student in the AP 2D studio art class, at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School. Throughout the class, students get to create […]

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Erika is sitting outside of the art class at Marjory Stoneman Douglas. Photo by Sam Grizelj.

February’s Artist of the Month: Erika Wilczek

Sophomore Erika Wilczek has been creating art for as long as she can remember. She enjoys art in many forms, starting from coloring books at a young age.  Wilczek has been involved in the ceramics class at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School since ninth grade, […]

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Junior Olivia Blaker poses with her realistic drawing of a dog.

January’s Artist of the Month: Olivia Blaker

Olivia Blaker, a junior at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School, has been doing art her whole life. She was born in Stony Brook, New York and moved to South Florida when she was a baby. Ever since then, she has grown up in the Parkland […]

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November’s Artist of the Month: Junior Alexa Correia

When junior Alexa Correia entered Art 1 in her sophomore year at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School, Visual Arts teacher Randee Lombard was immediately drawn to her. Most kids in Art 1 are just beginning to hone their artistic skills; however, Correia’s talent was apparent […]

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Faith Hartwig wins the title of “Best In Category” for painting at Broward All Stars Exhibition

Faith Hartwig wins the title of “Best In Category” for painting at Broward All Stars Exhibition

On Thursday, Oct. 31, Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School sophomore Faith Hartwig won “Best In Category” in the Broward All Stars Exhibition for her oil painting. The Broward All Star Exhibition was an art competition for Broward County high school students. Categories offered included photography, […]

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Olivia Feller wins Arts for Life scholarship

Olivia Feller wins Arts for Life scholarship

Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School senior Olivia Feller was awarded a $1000 Arts for Life! scholarship on Wednesday, April 24, 2019. Feller was one of 25 Florida high school seniors to be given this scholarship out of 650 applicants. The Arts for Life! Scholarship was […]

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Artist Brothers, Steven and William Ladd, bring Scrollathon to MSD

Artist Brothers, Steven and William Ladd, bring Scrollathon to MSD

On Tuesday, April 9, artists Steven and William Ladd, brothers from New York came to Lieberman’s art class to have her students participate in the Scrollathon, a nation wide art project that the Ladd brothers have been conducting in different schools with hopes of helping […]

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In Remembrance. English teacher Stacey Lippel stops to remember Alaina Petty. Lippel stopped at every panel to remember each of the 17 students and faculty who were memorialized in the Parkland Hearts panels. Photo by Farrah Nickerson

HandsOn Broward creates art panels and organizes 17 service projects

In an effort to give back to the community and help the healing process of the families and survivors involved in the shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School, HandsOn Broward created Parkland Hearts, an art project, along with 17 service projects dedicated to the […]

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MSD students create portraits for impoverished teens

MSD students create portraits for impoverished teens

The Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School 2D art students, lead by art teachers Jacqueline Lieberman and Randee Lombard participated in the annual Memory Project. This year students drew portraits of children in the Philippines who are living in an impoverished environment.   The Memory Project […]

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