CdM High School PAMMY Awards

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Visual Arts Exhibition
Visual Arts Exhibition

Creativity was out in full force last week at the 3rd Annual Corona del Mar High School PAMMY Awards, an annual award show for CdM’s Performing Arts and Multimedia Academy (PAMA).

This show celebrates the students’ work throughout the year and recognizes outstanding artists within the small learning community.

Irvine Valley College Performing Arts Center generously opened its doors and provided an amazing venue for the Great Gatsby themed red carpet celebration.

The evening featured a festive reception, an art exhibition, a silent auction, an awards ceremony, and live performances by PAMA music, theatre and dance students along with a showcase of student produced films on the big screen.

The PAMA visual arts exhibition, on display in the lobby, featured a wide array of student talent, including painting, drawing, photography, sculpture, fashion design, and 3D designs created by PAMA students.

 

2013 PAMMY Award Winners:

Best Instrumentalist – Emily Raab

Best Vocalist – Olivia Kamalski

Best Photographer – Roxie Gaut

Best Fashion Designer – Somer Som

Best Graphic Designer – Beau Barker

Best Actor – Max Peterson

Best Film Producer – Jack Larkin

Best 3D Designer – Jaclyn Martin

Best Painter – Nadia Kim

Best Illustrator – Georgia Muller

Best Dancer – Deanna Nguyen

Most Original – Emma Cubiero

Inaugural Samantha Payne Award – Victoria Vincent

Max Peterson (PAMMY winner, Best Actor),  Jack Larkin (PAMMY winner, Best Film Producer) — Photos courtesy CdM High School
Max Peterson (PAMMY winner, Best Actor),  Jack Larkin (PAMMY winner, Best Film Producer) — Photos courtesy CdM High School
Teri Brudnak (CdMHS Visual Arts / Digital Arts Teacher), John Gunnin (CdMHS Art History / Studio Art Teacher)
Teri Brudnak (CdMHS Visual Arts / Digital Arts Teacher), John Gunnin (CdMHS Art History / Studio Art Teacher)
Victoria Vincent (PAMMY winner)
Victoria Vincent (PAMMY winner)

 

 

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    • Hi Lauren: We’re happy to mail you a copy, but we also have racks at various locations around town where you can pick one up. Tell me what area of the city you live in and I can tell you where to get a copy. By the way, the print version of the article does not have as many photos as the online version does. — Christopher Trela/Editor