Local Young Artists Win Big at OCAC's High School Juried Exhibition

March 20, 2018

Every year, Oregon College of Art and Craft is proud to exhibit a multitude of cross-disciplinary works from local high schools across the Portland Metro area. With over 1,000 student submissions this year, the jury was able to view a wide range of talent. Awards and tuition scholarships were given to the students chosen by the jurors.

As an institution dedicated to local and regional art and craft outreach, OCAC is proud to support our community’s young artists, their high school visual art programs, and their instructors. The exhibition celebrates and rewards student talent, attention to craft, and artistic merit. We support freedom of expression and celebrate the voices of the future.


President's Award
Caitlin Dopps, David Douglas High School

Dean's Award
Andrea Luong, Lake Oswego High School

Juror's Choice
Kayla Homer, Sherwood High School
Jessica Xiao, Southridge High School

Honorable Mention
Lucy Adams, Lakeridge High School
Lauren Dahlberg, Wilsonville High School
Kian Brookins, Century High School
Annabelle Arntson, Lake Oswego High School
Alexandra Reynolds, Liberty High School
Francesca Thomas, Sherwood High School
Anastasia Bausch, Southridge High School
Abby Gross, West Linn High School
Tiffany Chen, Westview High School
Tasneem Sarkez, Lincoln High School
Maya McDarragh, Grant High School
Cory Taylor, Lakeridge High School

The OCAC High School Juried Exhibition will be showing in the Hoffman Gallery through March 29, 2018.