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Student award-winning artworks on display at Kendall

Local student winners of the Scholastic Art & Writing awards representing the West Central Michigan Art Region are on display until Feb. 29, at The Fed Galleries of the Kendall College of Art & Design of Ferris State University, located in the Woodbridge N. Ferris Building at 17 Pearl St. NW in Grand Rapids.

Among the works displayed are numerous winners from Kent ISD school districts. They include Byron Center, Caledonia, East Grand Rapids, Forest Hills, Grand Rapids, Grandville, Kent City, Lowell, Northview, Rockford, Thornapple Kellogg and Wyoming. Kent is one of 43 counties, from Allegan to Wexford, served by the West Central Michigan Art Region.

In addition, an awards ceremony will be held at 3 p.m. Feb. 29 at Fountain Street Church, 24 Fountain St. NE in Grand Rapids, for all award recipients and their guests. An awards reception will follow at the Woodbridge N. Ferris Building.

The Scholastic Art & Writing competition began in 1923 and annually works to identify and showcase teens with exceptional artistic and literary talent. After the regional results, all Gold Key award winners move on to national competition.

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See all of this year’s West Central Michigan winners for art

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Phil de Haan hails from Exeter, Ontario, but has called Grand Rapids home since 1985. He is the son of a longtime public school teacher who taught both English and machine shop! Phil took both classes at South Huron District High School, but English stuck, and at Calvin College, where he met his wife, Sue, he majored in English and minored in journalism. His background includes both freelance writing and public relations work, including teaching an advertising and PR course at the college level. In the summer of 2019, he began his own freelance writing and communications business. In his spare time, Phil plays pick-up hockey and pickleball and tries to keep tabs on his two adult children. Read Phil's full bio or email Phil.

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