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Rochester Hills student wins Detroit auto show high school poster contest

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There are budding artists in high schools all over Michigan just waiting to break out. This year, many of them in grades 10 through 12 competed in the North American International Auto Show’s (NAIAS) 29th annual poster competition to show off their talent.

What a great job you did. There were 890 entries from 70 schools in our state and these young artists certainly captured the show in their work. One day, many of them could design your vehicles.

“The work and creativity of these young people is an exciting window into the future of talent that could one day benefit the automotive design community,” said Sam Slaughter, Chair of NAIAS 2017. “The winning posters are examples of what this is all about This competition is about – the creative minds of Michigan’s future and the passion for the industry. “

The grand prize, the $ 1,000 Chairmen’s Award, was given to Justin Choi, a 12th grade student at Stoney Creek High School in Rochester Hills. You will see Choi’s winning poster on the official NAIAS program available to all auto show attendees.

Chairman Award – Justin Choi 12th Grade Stoney Creek High School in Rochester Hills

Other winners are:

Winner who received a prize of $ 1,000:

  • State Farm Award – Brittany Dunlap, Oakland Schools Southwest Technical Campus in Wixom

State Farm Award – Brittany Dunlap, 12th Grade, Oakland Schools Southwest Technical Campus, Wixom

Winners who received a prize of $ 500:

  • Designer’s Best of Show – Digital: Lauren A. Vermeulen of Eisenhower High School in Shelby Township

Designer’s Best of Show – Digital – Lauren A. Vermeulen, 11th grade, Eisenhower High School, Shelby Township

  • Designer’s Best of Show – Traditional: Cheyenne Roy from Imlay City High School in Imlay City

Designer’s Best of Show – Cheyenne Roy, 12th Grade, Imlay City High School, Imlay City

  • 1st place, 12th grade award: Leila Mullison, Oakland Schools Southwest Technical Campus in Wixom
  • 1st place, 11th grade award: Hogan Taylor, Howell High School in Howell
  • 1st place, 10th grade award: Spencer Barrer, Royal Oak High School in Royal Oak

Winners who received a prize of $ 250:

  • Best Theme Award: Hannah Anderson, Oakland Schools Southwest Technical Campus in Wixom

Best Subject Award – Hannah Anderson, 11th Grade, Oakland Schools Southwest Technical Campus, Wixom

  • Best Use of Color Award: Gabby Gorski, Careerline Tech Center in Holland

Award for Best Use of Color – Gabby Gorski, 11th Grade, Careerline Tech Center, Holland

  • Most Creative Award: Chapelle Williams, Warren Career Preparation Center in Warren

Most Creative Award – Chapelle Williams, 12th grade, Warren Career Prep Center, Warren

  • 2nd place, 12th grade award: Adam Lewis, Novi High School in Novi
  • 2nd place, 11th grade award: Scott Zahl, Careerline Tech Center in Holland
  • 2nd place, 10th grade award: Jenny She, Bloomfield Hills High School in Bloomfield Hills

Winners who received a $ 100 prize:

  • 3rd place, 12th grade award: Abigail Palmateer, Careerline Tech Center in Holland
  • 3rd place, 11th grade award: CADE miracle, the new New High School
  • 3rd place, 10th grade award: Andrew Sosa, William D. Ford Westland Technical Center

The posters were reviewed and rated by the 2017 NAIAS Chairs, a General Motors auto designer, an instructor from the College for Creative Studies, and representatives from State Farm Insurance.

All winning posters can be viewed on the poster competition page on the NAIAS website and will be on display at NAIAS January 14-22.

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