Steamship Authority to Recognize Art Contest Winners

WOODS HOLE – The Steamship Authority will honor the 13 winners of its annual student art contest next week.

Nearly 100 students from the Authority’s constituent communities od Martha’s Vineyard, Nantucket, Barnstable, Fairhaven, Falmouth and New Bedford submitted original artwork with a theme of “Sail Into Imagination.”

The winners will be recognized Monday, July 22 at Cotuit Center for the Arts at 5 p.m.

The artwork will be featured in the Authority’s 2020 calendar, on ferries and in terminals.

This year’s winners can be found below.

SAIL INTO IMAGINATION Winners

 

Isabell Kowal

Grade 3

Betsey B. Wilson School
Resident of New Bedford

Madeline Park-Boudreaux

Grade 3

Mullen-Hall School
Resident of Falmouth

Lethicia Diniz

Grade 4

Edgartown Elementary School
Resident of Edgartown

Ella Douglas

Grade 4

Nantucket Intermediate School
Resident of Nantucket

Maisie Chase

Grade 5

Morse Pond School
Resident of Falmouth

Anderson Cramer

Grade 1

Oak Bluffs School
Resident of Oak Bluffs

Logan Borowicz

Grade 8

Dartmouth Middle School

Resident of Dartmouth

Gabriella Ribeiro

Grade 6

Barnstable Intermediate School
Resident of Hyannis

Ella Strano

Grade 12

Sturgis Charter School
Resident of East Sandwich

Lili Nguyen

Grade 6

Barnstable Intermediate School
Resident of Hyannis

Tyson Cash

Grade 1

Teaticket Elementary School
Resident of Falmouth

Sean Beal

Grade 6

Barnstable Intermediate School
Resident of Hyannis

 

Benjamin Congdon

Grade 1

Nantucket New School
Resident of Nantucket

 
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