This special reception honored the students and teachers, and the winners! The work now on display at Howard Hall shows excellence, effort and awareness by all students and is highly commended by all members of the Board at Memphis Heritage and the AIA – a huge thank you to all the teachers, families and students for being part of this great annual event!
Students were asked to explore the historic buildings and spaces around them through an art medium of their choice. In addition, participants submitted a short essay describing why they chose the building/space and how they feel about the historic property they chose.
The work is on display throughout the month of May at Howard Hall, in honor of National Preservation Month.
2014 YOUTH AND ARCHITECTURE DESIGN COMPETITION WINNERS
Division Grade & School Teacher
4th – 6th
1st Anna Liu 6th Briarcrest Elaine Neely
2nd Natalya Johnson 6th John P. Freeman Optional Pauline Williams
3rd Angela Xu 6th St. Marys Elaine Neely
Wilson Willie 4th Arlington Elementary Courtney Juneau
7th – 9th (tie for first place)
1st Jayla Hall 7th Colonial Middle Jennifer Shiberou
1st Jennifer Xiao 9th White Station Charles Berlin
2nd Sarah Liu 8th Briarcrest Elaine Neely
3rd Daniel Harris 9th White Station Jamin Carter
Amber Jones 9th White Station Jamin Carter
Amy Zhou 7th Schilling Farms Middle Elaine Neely
10th – 12th
1st Elise Herenton 12th White Station Charles Berlin
2nd John Hendricks 11th Home Life Academy Elaine Neely
3rd Natalie Harwood 11th Home School Elaine Neely
Eddie Bryson 10th Central Jessica White
Breyana Donald 10th Oakhaven Eric Echols