Tuesday, May 7, 2013
Jacob Casey, Payton Pizzano and Marissa Ramos all won first place in their respective categories in the General Federation of Women's Clubs of Massachusetts 2013 Photography Contest for High School students.
Three Stoughton High students won first place in their respective categories in the General Federation of Women's Clubs of Massachusetts 2013 Photography Contest for High School students. Jacob Casey, a freshman, won first place in the "Scenes" category. Payton Pizzano, a sophomore, won first place in the "living things category." And, Marissa Ramos, also a sophomore, won first place in the "Still Life" category. The entries were sponsored by the Stoughton Woman's Club, and judged at a statewide competition in Sudbury. Nancy Urell and Fran McNulty of the Stoughton Woman's Club recently came to the high school to present citations and first place ribbons to Casey, Pizzano and Ramos. Take a look at each of the winning entries in the media …
Tuesday, February 26, 2013
Eight Stoughton High students have been recognized for their artistic talents, including senior Samantha Delosh, who won a Gold Key, Silver Key and two honorable mention awards.
Tuesday, February 26
The following is a press release from the Stoughton Public Schools Fine Arts Department: The Scholastic Art and Writing Awards Alliance recently recognized eight Stoughton High School art students for their artistic talents. Founded in 1923, The Scholastic Art & Writing Awards are the longest-running, most prestigious recognition programs for creative teens in the U.S. and the largest source of scholarship funds for young artists and writers. Each year, ambitious students in grades 7–12 from across the nation and in American schools abroad submit more than 165,000 works of art and writing to be evaluated by visual and literary arts professionals, educators, and scholars. The Scholastic Art Awards start at the regional level. Students who …
Thursday, November 29, 2012
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THE LONGEST REALITY DOCUMENTARY EVER! Tom Fitzgerald is a Stoughton documentary photographer who has been pursuing his craft for over 40 years. He will have his works on display in the upstairs gallery at the Stoughton Public Library starting December 1. This exhibit, which will be displayed throughout the month of December, will feature a group of Irish musicians Fitzgerald met in the early 1970s. He tells About Town, a documentary photographer takes pictures of what he observes and then attempts to tell a story with these images. He hopes the images will introduce the viewer into a world that ordinarily would not be known, and that it will enlighten them. He adds, "Some of my documentaries are fun to view, others not so easy." …