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Saratoga High students recognized in national arts competition

Saratoga High students recognized in national arts competition
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YoungArts winners

Two Saratoga High School students were winners in the 2024 YoungArts competition, an annual contest for visual, performance and literary artists ages 15-18.

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Senior Chloe Lee and junior Rylee Stanton were recognized in the classical music and film disciplines, respectively, according to a press release from the district. The winners were selected by a panel of “highly accomplished artists” in each field.

Lee has played the violin for  years, while Stanton submitted “In Blackwater Woods,” a film she made for Saratoga High’s Media Arts Program, to the competition.

Lee and Stanton will receive access to a private portal to connect with other YoungArts winners from across the country and share opportunities for grants, fellowships and residencies.

“Our school programs and electives are providing an incredible foundation for our talented students,” Superintendent Bill Sanderson said in the release. “I wish a heartfelt congratulations to both Chloe and Rylee on their national success. I know this is just the beginning of their remarkable endeavors.”

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Montalvo hosts author talk

As part of its Open Access series, Montalvo Arts Center will be hosting a book reading and signing with poet Sally Ashton for her new book, “Listening to Mars” at 2 p.m. on Saturday, March 9.

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Ashton, a former Santa Clara County Poet Laureate, writes about the COVID-19 pandemic and various philosophical themes in her latest collection of poems. Register for the “pay what you wish” event at https://my.montalvoarts.org



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