OHHS Art and Design Students Selected for the American Museum of Ceramic Art: High School Ceramics Exhibition 2021

Since 2014, American Museum of Ceramic Art (AMOCA) has hosted an annual juried exhibition showcasing the remarkable talents of high school students studying the ceramic arts. The 2021 annual juried show features 100 students from 38 High Schools, in 17 states striving to inspire and recognize young artists achieving excellence in their own creative endeavors. This year more than ever, AMOCA believes students deserve to be honored for making work, that is why, for the first time, the annual High School Ceramics Exhibition expanded to include students from anywhere in the country.

Two students from Mrs. Dignan-Cummins’ 3D Studio Art Advanced Placement course have been selected to have their work exhibited in this amazing showcase of talents from the United States and Canada. Riley Ludwig, junior, had her work “Paul” selected for the exhibition and senior Sammie Gerde had her work “Under The Sea“ selected as well. Please congratulate these students for their outstanding accomplishment. 

You can tune in to see the exhibition and the opening reception using the link below. 


Virtual Exhibition Dates: May 1 – August 31, 2021

Virtual Opening Reception: May 1, 2021 @ Noon

Sammie Gerde
“Under The Sea”
Clay, Glaze
Riley Ludwig
Clay, Acrylic Paint, Gloss Medium, Candle

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