More than 150 Williamson County Schools students will have their art on display at Cheekwood Botanical Gardens in Nashville until March 4.
The art exhibition showcases works from the 2018 Scholastic Art & Writing regional competition.
Two students were nominated to receive the American Vision & Voices Award. Franklin High School student Ashlyn Anderson was nominated for her work, Tierra y Libertad, and Summit High School student Reed Herring was nominated for his work, Ollie. One nominee from each region will receive an American Vision & Voices Medal. The winners will be announced in the summer during the national event.
The competition, open to students in seventh through twelfth grades, aims to showcase the very best work from around the region. Awards include the Gold Key Awards, the Silver Key Awards, Honorable Mentions and, the highest honor, the American Vision & Voices Award.
Congratulations to the following WCS students:
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