CAMBRIDGE — The month of May features The Young People’s Show in the galleries at Dorchester Center for the Arts. Thanks to all the parents, teachers, and community members who filled the galleries to celebrate the instructors and talented young artists of Dorchester. The exhibit will be up for viewing through May 29. Gallery hours are noon to 6 p.m. Thursday and 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. Friday and Saturday. Senator Addie Eckardt presented citations to all 2021 May Young People’s Art Show winners.

Elementary School

1. “Untitled” by Nicholas Fanlser (Vienna)

2. “Pretty Flowers” by Skylar Gambrill (Vienna)

3. “Fancy Flowers” by Hayden Jones (Warwick)

Middle School

1. “Maddie” by Matthew Suggs (SDS)

2. “Misti” by Gabriella Yockey (Homeschool)

3. “Zeke” by Selena Maldonado (NDMS)

High School

1. Untitled by Anaja Height (CSD)

2. “Pebbles” by Haley Howerton (ND)

3. Untitled by Janiyah Meekins (CSD)

Best in Show: “The Heart of Spring” by Megan Price (ND)

Top Digital Work: “Maddie” by Matthew Suggs (SDS)

Top Fine Art: Untitled by Anaja Height (CSD)

Top Interpretation: “Rose” by Zoey Brodey (SDS)

Dorchester Center for the Arts is dedicated to enriching Maryland’s Eastern Shore community through high quality, engaging programming in the visual, literary, musical, and performing arts. To learn more, stop by 321 High Street, call 410-228-7782 or visit online at www.dorchesterarts.org. Find DCA on Facebook. Programs at DCA are supported by the Maryland State Arts Council.

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