Holy Name Elementary Art Show Winners Announced
We are happy to announce this year’s Holy Name High School Elementary Art Show Winners! They are as follows:
First Place: Benjamin L., Sts. Joseph and John
Second Place: Josalen S., Urban Community
Third Place: Emma H., Notre Dame
Honorable Mention: Juliana M. St. Joseph
First Place: Luke Z., Notre Dame
Second Place: Brigid H., Assumption Academy
Third Place: Madilyn A., St. Ambrose
Honorable Mention: Tyler S., St. Bernadette
First Place: Emily P., Sts. Joseph and John
Second Place: Ella M., St. Joseph
Third Place: Sarah T., St. Thomas More
Honorable Mention: Riley H., St. Mary of the Assumption
We also congratulate Gianni S. from Notre Dame Elementary School, who is the 2019 Holy Name Elementary Art Invitational People’s Choice Award Winner! Gianni will receive an art tablet as his prize.
Sts. Joseph and John’s Eli C. was in second place for the People’s Choice Award voting, while Maiti W., a fellow SJJ student, finished third.
All winning artwork will be displayed at both the Holy Name Evening of the Arts, taking place Friday, May 17 from 7-9 p.m. and at the Holy Name Art Show on Sunday, May 19 from 4:30 – 6 p.m. Both of these events are free, and we encourage the community to see both the elementary and high school artwork on display!
Fall Play: The Tin Woman
Earlier this month, our talented young actors and actresses impressed their audiences, performing “The Tin Woman” for this year’s Fall Play. Those behind the scenes working on stage crew, the sound and lights also did a terrific job. Special thanks goes to Director Ms. Tina Callari ’81, who once again did a phenomenal job preparing her cast and crew.
Stay tuned for details on the annual musical, coming to Manning Auditorium in Spring 2019!
For more photos, visit Holy Name High School’s Facebook Page for a complete album.
2018 Elementary Art Invitational Winners Announced
Holy Name High School is pleased to announce the winners of the 2018 Holy Name High School Elementary Art Invitational!
People’s Choice Award Winner: Mary Kay S., St. Ambrose
1st Place: Roanin M., Julie Billiart
2nd Place: Mikhaila M., St. Columbkille
3rd Place: Rowan H., Urban Community
Honorable Mention: Rusanna P., St. Anthony of Padua (Parma)
1st Place: Erin B., St. Columbkille
2nd Place: Evan B., St. Anthony of Padua (Parma)
3rd Place: Max S., St. Angela Merici
Honorable Mention: Priya J., St. Bernadette
1st Place: Alison K., Sts. Joseph and John
2nd Place: Benjamin F., Sts. Joseph and John
3rd Place: Alaina S., St. Peter (NR)
Honorable Mention: Lucy P., St. Bernadette
We congratulate the winners, as well as all of the students who had artwork submitted. It is evident that there are so many talented young artists in Greater Cleveland, and we encourage them to continue to use their creative minds and talents to develop beautiful pieces like the entries submitted this year.
Those students who placed in the Elementary Art Show are invited to have their artwork displayed in the Holy Name Art Show, taking place Sunday, May 20 in HN’s Manning Auditorium. Our Spring Music Concert begins at 3 p.m., with the art show opening at the end of the concert (between 4 and 4:30 p.m.). All are welcome.
Seniors Karen Nemeth & Sarah Sparks Earn 2018 Scholastic Art Awards
Holy Name is proud to announce that two students received recognition after submitting artwork to the 2018 Scholastic Art Awards – Cuyahoga County Region Competition. Student artwork pieces from across the county were considered, with 3,325 submissions being reviewed.
Karen Nemeth ’18 received a Gold Key Award (artwork demonstrating the highest levels of achievement in originality, personal voice and technical skill) for her drawing and illustration titled “The Future,” while also receiving a Silver Key Award (artwork demonstrating achievement worthy of recognition at the regional level) for her printmaking piece, “Acceptance.”
Sarah Sparks ’18 earned an Honorable Mention (artwork demonstrating creative potential) for her mixed media piece, “Spiral Garden.”
Both Karen and Sarah were recognized for these achievements at an award ceremony held at the Cleveland Institute of Art on Saturday, January 13. Karen’s artwork is now on display in CIA’s Reinberger Gallery, with Sarah’s artwork being displayed digitally on monitors in the same gallery. Their artwork will be up through Friday, February 2, and gallery hours are 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday – Thursday; 10 a.m. to 9 p.m. Friday; and 12 to 5 p.m. Saturday and Sunday.
Karen’s Silver Key Award piece, “Acceptance,” was made during Mrs. Beth Ryan’s College Credit Plus (CCP) Art Foundations class, with her Gold Key Award winning artwork done in last year’s Intermediate Design course. When designing her artwork, Karen is inspired by her daily life struggles. “Artwork helps display emotions and life,” said Karen. “Art comes in many forms, and it is a great way of expressing yourself. I like how universal and versatile it can be.”
Next year, Karen plans to study Studio Art at Kent State University. In the future, she would like to travel and become multilingual.
Sarah’s entry was also created as part of her work in Mrs. Beth Ryan’s CCP Art Foundations course. She grew up with art as a major part of her life, as her mother is a high school art teacher. “I also focus on emotions for art inspiration,” said Sarah. “I like to incorporate shapes and designs from nature into my designs, too.”
After graduation this spring, Sarah plans to study Studio Art, Interior Design or Architecture at The Ohio State University or Kent State University.
The entire Holy Name community congratulates both Karen and Sarah for sharing their talents and creating this beautiful, award-winning artwork!
“The Female Odd Couple” Named Land of Cleve Achievement Award Recipient
Congratulations to Director Tina Callari ’81, and the cast and crew of this year’s Fall Play, “The Female Odd Couple,” as they were named a 2017 Land of Cleve Achievement Award Recipient in the Top Children’s Theatre category! All involved did a fantastic job, and we are proud of your accomplishment.
Olive Madison: Tess Smith ’19
Florence Unger: Sarah Farris ’18
Sylvie: Ashleigh Mendenhall ’19
Mickey: Anna Regan ’18
Renee: Drie Janowitz ’18
Vera: Mary Dzurik ’18
Manolo Costazuela: Matthew Stracensky ’20
Jesus Costazuela: Daniel Stracensky ’21
Stage/Crew Manager: Troy Tetlak ’19
Sound: Peter Fox ’19
Lights: Kayla Gerogosian ’18
Back Stage Crew: Ali Mehlman ’19
Back Stage Crew: Lisa Santiago ’19
Back Stage Crew: Keith Wadley ’19
Back Stage Crew: Chris Bell ’20
Back Stage Crew: Patrick Curry ’20
Back Stage Crew: Kassandra Santiago ’21
Back Stage Crew: Anastasia Hunt ’21
Back Stage Crew: Emilee McCune ’21