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SHS Art Students' Work Exhibited in the YCASE Finalist Exhibition

Susquehannock High School is proud to announce that the artwork of seven students will be exhibited in the York Community Art Scholars Exhibition (YCASE) Finalist Exhibition from November 1 through 23 at Marketview Arts in downtown York.  YCASE celebrates the art produced by area high school students. Those who participate are eligible for cash awards, gift certificates and one $20,000 DellliCarpini Community Art Scholarship to study art at York College.


“YCASE is a really great experience for artists that lack confidence. Last year, I entered a piece that I didn’t think was good enough to win anything and ended up winning an award. This year, I entered four pieces to the show and got three into the exhibition,” said SHS art student Keely Coyle.


The seven students have a total of thirteen pieces of work in the exhibition.

- Keely Coyle: Body Image; Bee; Fungal Jungle

- Mitch Brown: Sunday Liquor

DJ Rohrbaugh: Coastal Harp

- Max Minear: Hands of God; Cartoon Blast; Logo

- Ian Achterberg: Augmented Reality; Crying

- Hannah Timlin: Fever Dream

- Holly Mullaney: Reflection; Illuminate


Anna Joy and Randee Semler had beautiful pieces as well that were included in the Art Walk in October. 


The Finalist Exhibition for friends and family will take place the evening of Thursday, November 7th from 5pm-8pm with awards being announced at 6:30pm.


Congratulations to all!