Students On Exhibit at Neville Museum

Art by Sturgeon Bay students is on exhibit now through Feb. 23 at Green Bay’s Neville Museum.

The artists were selected to represent their school for the Wisconsin Art Education Association (WAEA) Northeast Regional Art show held at the museum Jan. 23 – Feb. 23. The exhibit features creative works by K-12 students from 34 Northeast Wisconsin schools. 

Some of the featured students were also picked to move on to WAEA’s state art show, which will be held in Madison. 

Exhibiting students from Sawyer and Sunrise Elementary Schools include Johnny Cooper, first grade; Kailey Jeanquart, second grade; Zoe Burie, third grade; Jose Morales, fourth grade; and Chimaira Schneider, fourth grade.

Featured artists from TJ Walker Middle School include Caitlyn Crabb, sixth grade; Porscha Hanley, sixth grade; Sawyer Hanson, sixth grade; Auna Anderson, eighth grade; and Brie Flanigan, eighth grade. 

Sturgeon Bay High School students in the exhibit include Mack Teska, 11th grade; Eli Klug, 11th grade; Ethan Evensen, 12th grade; Alexis Olson, 12th grade; and Tatum Routhieaux, 12th grade.

Zoe Burie, Auna Anderson and Mack Teska also received regional grade-level awards, while Porscha Hanley, Tatum Routhieaux and Ethan Evensen took home regional honorable mentions.