Three Students Receive Cleveland Clinic Expressions Art Awards

Erica Stegens ’18 work won a Blue Ribbon (1st place). Photo by: Don Gerda/Cleveland Clinic

Erica Stegens ’18 work won a Blue Ribbon (1st place). Photo by: Don Gerda/Cleveland Clinic.

This year, more than 1,600 entries were submitted to Cleveland Clinic’s eXpressions Art Program. Padua Franciscan High School students received three of the 84 awards. Erica Stegens ’18 work won a Blue Ribbon (1st place). Chloe Ochocki ’16 won a White Ribbon.  Emily Musgrave ’16 won an Honorable Mention for a poem she submitted.

 

Emily Musgrave ’16 won an Honorable Mention for a poem she submitted. Photo by: Don Gerda/Cleveland Clinic.

Emily Musgrave ’16 won an Honorable Mention for a poem she submitted. Photo by: Don Gerda/Cleveland Clinic.

The eXpressions Art program is an interdisciplinary program that utilizes the arts to engage high school students in the world of science and medicine. According to their website, the program ties in state and national academic standards, giving participants a deeper, real-world understanding of art and science while promoting creativity, communication, critical thinking and team work.

The award-winning works are display through March 11, 2016 at the Global Center for Health Innovation. Artworks will also be featured in the eXpressions program’s print and online art catalogs. Click here to read more about the eXpressions Art Program.

Chloe Ochocki ’16 won a White Ribbon.  Photo by: Don Gerda/Cleveland Clinic.

Chloe Ochocki ’16 won a White Ribbon. Photo by: Don Gerda/Cleveland Clinic.

Padua Art Teacher Mrs. Laura Stroempl and Erica Stegens ’18. Photo by: Don Gerda/Cleveland Clinic.

Padua Art Teacher Mrs. Laura Stroempl and Erica Stegens ’18. Photo by: Don Gerda/Cleveland Clinic.

Emily Musgrave ’16 and Padua Teacher Mrs. Brenda Kuvin. Photo by: Don Gerda/Cleveland Clinic.

Emily Musgrave ’16 and Padua Creative Writing Teacher Mrs. Brenda Kuvin. Photo by: Don Gerda/Cleveland Clinic.