Each year the Madison Chautauqua Festival of Art Committee selects a scholarship winner. We are always impressed by the high quality of the applicants, and a decision is never easy. After careful discussion and consideration, we are honored to announce Harrison Hall as this year's recipient.
Harrison Hall is a 2023 Madison Consolidated graduate. During his high school career, Harrison excelled in his classes especially within his two passions, engineering and art courses. Harrison took on a challenging course load with 7 AP classes during his senior year while also being involved in Varsity Soccer, Boy’s Volleyball, Student Athletic Council, and National Honor Society, and more. Harrison graduated with both technical and academic honors, as well as with an impressive 4.49 GPA.
Aaron Kelsey, Madison Consolidated’s Art Teacher, shared “His drawing and painting skills are excellent, showcasing higher-level skills with medium techniques and approaches. He isn't afraid to attempt new processes and accepts critique with grace.”
We were impressed by Harrison Hall’s artistic skills and creativity. We are confident that Harrison will continue to succeed in his college journey and we look forward to seeing his artistic growth.
Artwork pictured by Harrison Hall