ASL Honor Society Art Contest

American Sign Language students participated in the ASL Honor Society’s annual art contest. This contest is open to high school and college level ASL students. The art must reflect an understanding of Deaf culture and the Deaf community. Students may enter either a reproduction or an original piece of art. The art must reflect the students’ understanding of Deaf culture and the Deaf community. Sarah Fulks was awarded 2nd place nationally for her original artwork titled “Gallaudet,” Madeline Durham, a senior, received an honorable mention for her original art titled, “Love.” Congratulations to these talented students!