Wednesday, May 06, 2009

Montgomery Catholic Art Students Win at Flimp Festival

Several middle and high school students from Montgomery Catholic Preparatory School participated in the 20th annual Flimp Festival at the Montgomery Museum of Fine Art on Saturday, May 2nd held on the grounds of the Blount Cultural Park.

Montgomery Catholic seniors Adam Pouncey and Jessica Lyerly won first place in the overall theme category. Senior Austin Barranco and sophomore John Preston Houston won first place in the high school division. Montgomery Catholic art students participate in the chalk art division of the MMFA Flimp Festival each spring.

Pictured: Montgomery Catholic students Adam Pouncey, Jessica Lyerly, Austin Barranco, and John Preston Houston pose with Flimp Festival Art judge WSFA's Tonya Terry at the 20th annual MMFA Flimp Festival.

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