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For the second year in a row, we asked creative teens around the country to submit boundary-breaking creations incorporating cutting-edge technologies and techniques to the Scholastic Art & Writing Awards. We received an amazing variety of creations that defied the confines of the Scholastic Awards’ current categories, including 3D design, robotics, and performance art.

Three Future New submissions utilizing 3D Systems’ free 3D design software were awarded $1,000, sponsored by 3D Systems as well as a print of their work made using a top-of-the-line 3D Systems printer! Learn more about this year’s winners below!

3D two

Metamorphosis by Elbert Han, Grade 12, Age 17
Detroit Country Day Upper School, Beverly Hills, MI

3D one

Visual Representations by Eric Voorhis, Grade 12, Age 17
Gibbs High School, St. Petersburg, FL

3D five

Egg-scape by TJ Gascho, Grade 10, Age 15
Canyon Crest Academy, San Diego, CA

Innovation and originality have been at the heart of the Awards since the program began in 1923, and as we grow, the definition of creativity continues to evolve along with us. The Alliance and 3D Systems believe that our students hold the key to the future of creativity and innovation.

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