VASE competition on Saturday

By Tina Huang

Staff Writer

The Visual Art Scholastic Event (V.A.S.E) is being held by the Teachers Art Education Association (TAEA) once again this Saturday. The competition for region 13 will be hosted at Coppell High School. Around 200 CHS students will be submitting works for this competition.

Students will be given a ten minute interview about their artworks and will be correspondingly scored on a scale of one to four. At the end of the day, fours will be taken down into the gym and judged again. From these fours, a certain number are taken to the next level of the competition.

Best of luck to all the competitors.

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