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2018 Winners

2018 High Arts Festival Winners

Film Winners

Public Choice & Juried Grand Prize ($3,000 per prize and the opportunity to go on a 2-day trip October 25-26 to Chicago to learn from their local arts community): Jonathon Chiarle, Final Curtain

Super Short Film Runner Up ($1,000): G.S. Schray, Crying Person Cubicle

Short Film Runner Up ($1000): Nanietta Selasie Agbitor and Relentless Productions, It's Me

Short Film Runner Up ($1000): Renee Dorian, Technically Connected

Music Winners

Public Choice Grand Prize ($3,000 per prize and the opportunity to go on a 2-day trip October 25-26 to Chicago to learn from their local arts community.): The Angie Haze Project, I Am, You Are, We Are Enough

Juried Grand Prize ($3,000 per prize and the opportunity to go on a 2-day trip October 25-26 to Chicago to learn from their local arts community.): STEMS, Feet in the Fire

Solo/Duo Runner Up ($1,000): Shelby Olive, Comfortable in Chaos

Group Runner Up ($1,000): STEMS, Feet in the Fire

Visual Art Winners

Public Choice Grand Prize ($3,000 per prize and the opportunity to go on a 2-day trip October 25-26 to Chicago to learn from their local arts community.): Sabrina Uranga, Emerge

Juried Grand Prize ($3,000 per prize and the opportunity to go on a 2-day trip October 25-26 to Chicago to learn from their local arts community.): Micah Kraus, All Falling Together

2D Runner Up ($1,000): Alexandria Couch, Embody

3D Runner Up ($1,000): Tom Baldwin, The Grief of Gaia

Literary Art Winners

Public Choice Grand Prize ($3,000 per prize and the opportunity to go on a 2-day trip October 25-26 to Chicago to learn from their local arts community.): Jimmy Miller, Crimson Closure

Juried Grand Prize ($3,000 per prize and the opportunity to go on a 2-day trip October 25-26 to Chicago to learn from their local arts community.): Pooja Dayal, Mother

Poetry Runner Up ($1,000): Yoly Miller Heisler, To the Married Man at Table Five

Prose Runner Up ($1,000): Greg Milo, Father's Day +20