2013 Gadsby Awards at the Brookline Arts Center

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Media Contacts: Maren Coniglione, Brookline Arts Center, 617-566-5715, maren@brooklineartscenter.com


Brookline Arts Center Presents Annual Gadsby Awards to Brookline Students


BROOKLINE, MA (May 28, 2013) – In celebration of artistic achievement and creativity, the Brookline Arts Center will honor eleven Brookline Public School students with a Gadsby award; an award honoring Patricia Rasmussen Gadsby, who served as a Brookline Arts Center Community Advisor from 1980 to 1990. Artwork by Brookline Public School students in grades four through seven is submitted for the competition. A jury of artists and art educators selected award winners from each of the grades.


  • Award Ceremony: June 11, 2013 from 6:00 pm to 8:00 pm at the Brookline Arts Center

 Grade 4 first prize: Abe Tolkoff (Pierce School)


Speakers at the awards ceremony will include artist Mac Dewart and Cathleen Cavell.


The artwork of the award winners and the honorable mention winners will be on display in the Brookline Arts Center gallery from May 28th to June 11th, 2013. The studio and office are open Mondays through Fridays, 9 am to 5 pm. For more information, call 617-566-5715 or visit www.brooklineartscenter.com.


Award Winners

Best of Show: Miya Tomizawa (Devotion School)

3D Sculpture first prize: Anna Sathworth (Driscoll School)

3D Sculpture Honorable Mention: Brandon Chiu

Grade 4 first prize: Abe Tolkoff (Pierce School)

Grade 4 Honorable Mention: Nuala Mulligan (Heath School)

Grade 5 first prize: Aiden Spino

Grade 5 Honorable Mention: Cameron Estrada (Runkle School)

Grade 6 first prize: Conor Ross (Heath School)

Grade 6 Honorable Mention: Sander Sorok (Lincoln School)

Grade 7 first prize: Emily Piken (Lawrence School)

Grade 7 Honorable Mention: Ronan Lax (Driscoll School)


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