SW artists recognized by Ozark 7 Conference for their work

Friday, May 20, 2011
Student artists from Southwest High School were recently recognized for their work at the Ozark 7 Conference Art Show at Crowder College in Neosho. Angelica Tate and India Rutherford, pictured above, were two of the Southwest winners. They earned first place in sculpture. Other winners were: Travis Hayworth, second place in hand-built pottery; Kyle Miller, fourth place in hand-built pottery; Paj Chea Yang, second place in fibers; and Cynthia Nalley, sixth place in hand-built pottery. The Southwest Art Department is under the direction of Mrs. Freda Selby.

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