2017 HHS Honors Art Exhibit at the Hopkinton Center for The Arts
Join us in celebrating these 8 amazing students on March 30, 2017.
Artwork by L. Ness.
2016 Annual Night for the Art
Join us as we celebrate the students of Hopkinton at the Annual Night for the Arts.
Art on the Trail Call for Student Artists
2016 Annual Honors Exhibition at Hopkinton Center for the Art
Join us as our students show their work in this new amazing space!
2016 Scholastic Art Award Winners
The Hopkinton High School and Middle School Art Departments are pleased to announce that our students were recognized with an outstanding 33 state level awards in the 2016 Scholastic Art Awards Competition. Student artwork was selected from a field of over 15,000 entries from public, private, regional and arts magnet schools statewide. Award winning pieces were selected based on 3 criteria: originality, technical skill, and personal vision.
In the Massachusetts competition our students earned 5 Gold Keys, 8 Silver Keys, and 20 Honorable Mentions. Gold and Silver Key winners will be recognized at a regional ceremony held on March 12, 2016 at the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston. Gold Key winners' work will be featured at an exhibition at EF Center Boston, Two Education Circle, Cambridge, MA from March 5–20, 2016. In addition to the exhibition, Gold Key works will advance for national judging in New York City.
Congratulations to our talented students for their outstanding achievements. Thank you to the exceptional art teachers at the high school and middle school for their continued dedication and guidance: Katharine Brummett, Christine Enos, Kris Kellenberger, Anne Rainey, Kate Rowland, Sterling Worrell and Jessica Zwillinger. We would also like to thank the HPTA for their generosity and continued support in sponsoring all of the student entry fees.
Visit this link for the full list of winning works: https://docs.google.com/document/d/1D_Ise8_Q7dZYORReVmeq_Qg_f_oDiH2oCbeZ75fFiSU/edit
2016 PSA and Poster Project
"Write the story that you want to tell"
Middlesex County middle and high school students are invited to submit original Public Service Announcements and Posters to the Annual PSA and Poster Project hosted by Middlesex Partnerships for Youth, Inc. and the Middlesex District Attorney's Office.
This year's theme is "Write the story that you want to tell." This theme aims to empower students to reflect on who they are and who they want to become. Self-discovery, confidence, goal-setting, and good decision making are important components of writing your own story - the story only you can tell. The overarching goal of the 2016 PSA & Poster Project is for students to communicate a direct, positive voice to other teens.
Possible topics for the videos and posters include:
Celebrating the differences and unique characteristics among us
Advocating for social justice
Embracing racial, ethnic, and religious diversity
Knowing who you are and what you stand for is empowering
Being confident in your own skin
Believing in your values and morals- no matter what
Following your passions, even in unexpected ways
Knowing your path through life may not be traditional, but it will be worth it
Trying new things and having varied experiences to help inform who we are
Making good decisions, even in the face of peer pressure
Remaining drug and alcohol free
Choosing to be kind - in person and online
Leading by example and being an agent of change
Being an active bystander
Standing up to bullying and cyberbullying
Practicing good digital citizenship
This project is open to all middle school and high school students who live in or attend school in Middlesex County. Students may enter one or both projects. Videos must be between 30 and 60 seconds long. Posters must be one page and submitted electronically. Please see the attached applications for the official rules and submission requirements for each project.
Click Here for Poster Project Application. Entries are due April 1, 2016.
Click Here for PSA Project Application. Entries due May 1, 2016.
Logo Design Project
Dear Students, We are seeking your artistic expertise to design a logo for the Hopkinton Youth & Family Services’ “Hopkinton Substance Abuse Prevention Coalition”. If you are interested in designing a logo please read these project specs or contact Mrs. Gianino, K-12 Visual Art SML This is a great opportunity for you to share your art and design expertise while helping out your community. The coalition will choose one winning logo that best represents the group’s mission. The winner will receive $1500 for their time, effort and commitment on the project. The project is open to students in grade 6-12, attending Hopkinton Middle School or Hopkinton High School. The deadline for submissions is January 4, 2015. Sincerely, Mrs. Gianino
Our Newest Team Member- Karen Lucy at Center School
The Art Department is proud to announce we have a new memeber of our team at Center School. Please join us in welcoming Karen Lucy to Center School this year. Karen will be teaching all first grade level art sections. We are very excited to have her.