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Young Audiences of Houston

4550 Post Oak Place Drive, Suite 230

Houston, Texas 77027

 

Young Audiences, Inc. of Houston, 2011 - 2019 (Copyright All Rights Reserved)

 

Young Audiences, Inc., of Houston, a 501(c)3 organization, is the managing partner and fiscal agent of Houston Arts Partners. 

2018 - 2019

On April 30, 2019, Mayor Sylvester Turner awarded a total of $13,000 in scholarships to six students for their outstanding artwork. The annual Mayor's Arts Scholarship competition, now in its sixth year, is open to juniors and seniors in public school districts and public charter schools in the Houston region. This year, 98 student artists from 11 districts participated. The program is a partnership of the Mayor's Office of Cultural Affairs and Houston Arts Partners and supported by the Greater Houston Community Foundation. An expert panel of volunteer jurors scored all submissions and reviewed accompanying essays. Jurors included Rebecca Hopp (Theatre Under the Stars), Jeffrey McGee (San Jacinto College), Jan Rattia (Houston Center for Photography), Deanna Santiago (MECA - Multicultural Education and Counseling through the Arts), Irene Shum (The Menil Museum), and Christine West (Houston First Corporation).

12th Grade

First Place

Sonali Puri, Hidden Jewels of Houston

Sonali Puri, Hidden Jewels of Houston

Second Place

Tien Dinh, City of Color

Tien Dinh, City of Color

Third Place

Tam-Hien Vuong, Common Time

11th Grade

Tam-Hien Vuong, Common Time

First Place

Thu Ha, A Walk Down Home

Thu Ha, A Walk Down Home

Second Place

Alexis Martinez, She Holds Her Faith in Her Hands

Alexis Martinez, She Holds Her Faith in Her Hands

Third Place

Jazmine Bell, The Struggle of a Strong Woman

Jazmine Bell, The Struggle of a Strong Woman