NGAA Awards Scholarships to College-Bound Students

Mackenzie Ives plans to attend Georgia College & State University as an art major

Congratulations to the 2015 North Gwinnett Arts Association (NGAA) college scholarship winners: Ethan Koop and Jaylon Smith from Brookwood High School, and Mackenzie Lynn Ives from Grayson High School.

Jaylon Smith plans to attend SCAD in Atlanta to pursue graphic design
Jaylon Smith plans to attend SCAD in
Atlanta to pursue graphic design
Scholarship recipient, Ethan Koop plans to attend Syracuse University to study illustration
Scholarship recipient, Ethan Koop
plans to attend Syracuse University to
study illustration

Each year, NGAA is proud to present three scholarships to college-bound high school students

planning to major in the field of visual arts. These three, talented students were awarded $1,500 towards their college education and pursuit of the arts.

The NGAA awards the Rosemary Benavides Williams Student Arts Scholarship (RBW Student Arts Scholarship) to college-bound high school graduates majoring or planning to major in the field of visual arts. Each applicant was judged primarily on artistic talent and/or potential, and the degree of interest and enthusiasm for the arts. Funds raised for the RBW Student Arts Scholarship come from our award-winning events: Suwanee Arts in the Park and Suwanee Classic Car Show.

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