Highland Hall Ninth Grader, Taylor Myers Wins Art Contest by the Public Art Initiative & Keboard Concepts

Last November, high schools throughout the San Fernando Valley were invited to participate in an art contest put on by Keyboard Concepts in partnership with the Public Art Initiative. Student artwork submissions were judged on adherence to the theme, artistic merit, creativity and being instantly viewable. Taylor Myers, 9th grade high school student, and Highland Hall Waldorf School student since kindergarten, was selected as one of six contest winners! Each winner receives a $100 gift certificate for a local art store, their high school receives $500 to use towards their art programs, and the six winning pieces of artwork will be displayed as 16 foot by 8 foot banners on the wall at Keyboard Concepts in Sherman Oaks. Special thanks go to the high school—art teachers Dana Williams and Jamie Branker, High School Co-Chairs Christine Meyer and Janet Vrudny, and Suzana Jurcevic, High School Administrative Assistant—for their support of this program. Congratulations Taylor!