Local Northport Student Gets Honorable Mention in Congressional Art Competition Hosted by Congressman Suozzi
Arts & Culture, Local News, School & Education, Politics
By Long Island News & PR
Published: May 02 2018
“In the Garden” Digital Photograph by Krystal Fabbricante will be Displayed in Suozzi’s D.C. Office.
Congressman Tom Suozzi with Krystal Fabbricante, a student at Northport High School.
Photo by: Office of Congressman Tom Suozzi
Huntington, NY - May 2, 2018 - On Saturday, Congressman Tom Suozzi (D – Long Island, Queens) announced the winners of the 2018 Congressional Art Competition for New York's 3rd Congressional District. The event took place at the Art League of Long Island in Dix Hills. Student participants, their parents, teachers, and school administrators were all in attendance at the open event. Thirty-nine students from sixteen schools across the district entered the competition.
"Artists play an important role in society, and it turns out we have some pretty talented young artists right here in our district" said Congressman Suozzi. "All of the parents and teachers should take pride in themselves for supporting the artists in their lives," he added.
Krystal Fabbricante, from Northport and a student at Northport High School, was awarded an honorable mention for her digital photograph, “In the Garden”. She described her work as “a picture of my sister taken during a beautiful fall afternoon at Caumsett State Historic Park. I have always enjoyed photographing dresses and capturing beautiful compositions with the fabric.” Her work will be displayed in Congressman Suozzi’s office in Washington, D.C.