SM North students place high in multiple arts competitions

SM North students have been representing the school well in several competitions lately.

Adrian Martinez won the Project Greenway KS Competition this month in which students had to create original fashion designs using recycled materials or repurposing old clothing that was no longer being used. Adrian’s outfit for the fashion show was a gray shirt with a green hood and gray washed out pants with green detailed line on both sides of the pants leg.

Brent Wickliffe won in pottery competition.
Brent Wickliffe won in pottery competition.

Samantha Morrow and Jackson Pattison also created original designs that took weeks to produce for the competition. All proceeds from the entries and ticket sales were donated to the Sustainable Sanctuary Coalition.

Additionally, SM North senior Brent Wickliffe placed second in a wheel-throwing competition at the Raymore Peculiar High School Fall Invitational where more than 65 students competed. During the competition he was asked to throw two identical forms on the potter wheel and add a surface decoration.

SM North’s literary and art magazine, Indian Lore, received a ‘First Class’ rating from the National Scholastic Press Association with Marks of Distinction in content and in photography, art, graphics and typography. ‘First Class’ is the second highest rating given.

The 2012-2013 Indian Lore staff:  Julian Schempf, Clayton Robrahn, Miranda Pelletier, Holly Clark, Taryn Borelli, and Jordan Setzkorn.  Advisors:  Maureen Davis and Cortney Dougherty.