Courtroom Sketch Artist Competition

The Foundation’s Courtroom Sketch Artist Competition is now in its third year. The competition gives art students an opportunity to stretch their artistic muscles while supporting their school’s mock trial team. The deadline to enter the competition is January 5, 2018. See official entry form and competition rules.

 

Questions, contact Cynthia Pellegrino at [email protected] or 732-937-7507.

2017 First Place Winner

by Michaela Lozada of Marine Academy of Technology & Environmental Science, Manahawkin

Winners

Winners of the 2017 High School Courtroom Sketch Artist Competition hold their winning sketches.

1st, 2nd & 3rd Place

From left to right: Olivia Zhou (2nd place), Michaela Lozada (1st place) and Erein James Ruiz (3rd place).

Honorable Mention

Miya Preyer, who received an Honorable Mention in the competition, is pictured with her artwork.

Honorable Mention

Rachel Jacovsky, who received an Honorable Mention in the competition, is pictured with her artwork.

Honorable Mention

Ashley Wilson, who received an Honorable Mention in the competition, is pictured with her artwork.

Calling all Artists

Pictured are all artists that attended the Mock Trial Finals and the Awards Ceremony.

Still Creating

Left to right: Ashley, Michaela and Miya sketch during the Mock Trial Final Competition.

2017 Second Place Winner

by Olivia Zhou of Marshall Academy, Princeton Junction

2017 Third Place Winner

by Erein James Ruiz of New Milford High School, New Milford

2017 Honorable Mention

by Rachel Jacovsky of Parsippany Hills High School, Parsippany

2017 Honorable Mention

by Nina Colagiovanni of Point Pleasant Beach High School, Point Pleasant

2017 Honorable Mention

by Miya Preyer of Point Pleasant Beach High School, Point Pleasant

2017 Honorable Mention

by Ashley Wilson of MATES High School, Manahawkin