CRHS Student Artwork Chosen for Maryland First Lady’s Student Exhibition


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At the November Board of Education meeting, the Board recognized Dina Dorcelus, Colonel Richardson High School student, for her artwork being selected for Maryland’s First Lady Yumi Hogan’s Exhibition in Annapolis, Maryland.

The artwork is a self-portrait created from different strokes of the same word, ‘Sugar’. Ms. Dorcelus attended the meeting via Zoom, and was congratulated by Dr. Saelens and board members for her talent and creativity.

The First Lady’s Gallery is in collaboration with the Maryland State Arts Council and the Maryland State Department of Education, and located in the House of Delegates Office Building in Annapolis. The student art program features showcases every fall and spring.