St. Anthony Middle School Student wins several Minnesota Scholastic Art Awards

Congratulations to Fina Mooney, a student at St. Anthony Middie School, who won several Minnesota Scholastic Art and Writing Awards (MSAA) at the 2018 program.  Mooney secured eight Gold Keys, 1 Silver Key, and 2 Honorable Mentions for her visual art work and 1 Silver Key for her writing.  The 2018 MSAA program is organized and administered by the Art Educators of Minnesota.

Mooney's art will be on display at the MSAA Gold Key Exhibition from January 30 through February 17, 2018.
Regis Center for the Arts West Gallery
418 21st Avenue South, Minneapolis

The Scholastic Art & Writing Awards are the longest running, most prestigious competition and largest source of scholarships for creative teenagers in the United States. The Awards program was created in 1923 by Maurice R. "Robbie" Robinson, founder of Scholastic Corporation, and has been administered by the Alliance for Young Artists & Writers since 1994.  The presentation of the MSAA exhibition and awards ceremony at the Regis Center for Art and the Weisman Art Museum demonstrates the high level of achievement by art students in Minnesota.  This is the fourth consecutive year the University of Minnesota has hosted the Minnesota Scholastic Art Awards and it’s collaboration with the Art Educators of Minnesota is emblematic of the University’s commitment to furthering the educational and artistic opportunities for young people in Minnesota.