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Arts

Students from Brandon High School's National Art Honor Society made Christmas ornaments for the Governor's Mansion Christmas Tree

Those pictured here, along with others, will hang proudly on the tree this year that honors our First Responders who have kept our state going during this difficult time. 

Pictured here are two of the students who participated: 

Josie Summers (lf) and Hanna Bynum (rt)

The sponsors for NAHS at BHS are: Catherine Terhune and Paula McClain

Josie Summers (lf) and Hanna Bynum (rt)

Josie Summers (lf) and Hanna Bynum (rt)

Shantae Perry

Shantae Perry

Blue Crab
Group photo of winners
2020 Scholastic Art Competitions
2020 Scholastic Art Competition
by Melissa K. Magee

The following students placed in the 2020 Scholastic Art Competition: from left to right Sylar Smith - Silver Key, Scarlett Jacobs - Honorable Mention, Kaitlyn Ratliff - Honorable Mention, Drew Winter - Gold Key and Silver Key, Lilly Piotrowski - Gold Key and Honorable Mention, Aaliyah Morton - Honorable Mention.  They will be awarded at a ceremony on March 22, 2020, at the MS Museum of Art.  Gold and Silver key winners' artworks will be displayed at the MS Museum of Art February 10 - March 22.

Amelia Fitzgerald
Jamie Ferreras
Drew Winter
Jamie Ferreras
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Award presentation
by Melissa Magee

NWRHS Art and Community recycled their candy costumes for Keep the Rez Beautiful's annual Project Rezway fashion show. We added 2 new costumes: Mardi Gras and an original piece. We had 2 winners...1st place 18 and above Shawn Mackey, Harlem Globetrotter and 3rd place 17 and under Olivia Carley, Barbie in a box. Both students won cash prizes, as well as, money for our art class. 

art students
Award presentation
art students
students
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art students
art students
art students
by Melissa Magee

These pictures are from the 2nd annual Flowood Chamber of Commerce's Chocolate Festival Project Yummy Fashion show. Students from local area schools were asked to compete to create outfits out of candy wrappers. NWRHS placed 1st with Barbie in a box, and 2nd with the Harlem Globetrotters. The students won cash prizes, as well as, money for our art class.

by Delwin Wallace

This past summer, I was fortunate to take a group of NWRHS students on the “Artists of France and Spain” tour. I do this every other summer and this is the second time I was able to do this trip. I will be taking a group to New York this Spring break for the Broadway and the Arts tour.

We visited Paris, Provence, Avignon, Arles, Barcelona, and Madrid. Our Highlights included the Louvre, Musee D’Orsay,  The Rodin museum, Eiffel Tower, Montparnasse, Monet’s Gardens at Giverney and Notre Dame (2 months after fire) in Paris. While in the Provence region in south France, we visited the Pont du Gard, Paul Cezanne’s house and studio as well as the cafe Van Gogh painted in the Cafe Terrace at Night. We then traveled over to Barcelona for the Picasso museum and the Dali museum. We saw great architecture in Antonio Gaudi’s La Sagrada Familia and Park Guell. We finished in Madrid with The Reina Sofia to see Picasso’s Guernica, and the Prado Museum. 

group of kids on holiday
water garden
Sunset
Eifel Tower
old building
mona lisia
Judy Slay singing the national anthem
Judy Slay singing the national anthem
Judy Slay singing the national anthem
Judy Slay singing the national anthem
Richard Smallwood and Mark Edwards