Walton's Raider graphics students do it again for the 24th year in a row

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Sep. 7—Walton's graphic arts students came out on top in the Printing and Imaging Association of Georgia's annual Print Excellence Competition for the 24th year in a row.

The awards earned were for project work students produced last school year. Walton's students took home 13 Awards of which five were in the "Best of Category," along with a host of award certificates and a blown glass trophy.

The students were recognized at the PIAG imPRESS annual dinner on Aug. 4 on stage in front of many industry professionals. The event was held at the Atlanta Zoo banquet room.

The award winners were:

— Tejal Kriti won the Best of Category for "Step By Stage Interiors Booklet" in the B-4 Booklets (4+ colors) category.

— Mia Passarella won the Best of Category for "Walton Prom Tickets — Design & Print" in the L-2 Invitations (4+ colors) category; an Award of Excellence for "Walton Raiders Spirit Shirt" in the X-7 Fabric/Textile Printing cagetory; and an Award of Excellence for "Nibbles Restaurant Menu" in the X-9 Other category.

— Charlie Rozza won the Best of Category for "Walton Graphic Arts 3/C Notepads" in the U-1 Print/Graphic Arts Self Promotion (printer) category.

— Amelie Woods won the Best of Category and was a Best of Division Finalist for "Walton Art Calendar 2022 Graphic Arts/Visual Arts Collaboration" in the M-1 Calendars category; and an Award of Excellence for "Work-Based Learning Flyer" in the B-5 Flyers category.

— Kendall Gadsby won an Award of Excellence for "Various 'gift' Notepads" in the X-9 Other category and an Award or Excellence for "Work-Based Learning Flyer" in the B-5 Flyers category.

— Sophie Feis won an Award of Excellence for "Howdy Partner Newsletter" in the G-1 Newsletters category.

— Shreya Meiyappan won an Award of Excellence for "One Color Notepad Design & Print" in the U-1 Print/Graphic Arts Self Promotion (printer) category and an Award of Excellence for "One Color Custom Decal" in the X-7 Fabric/Textile Printing category.

— Ben Globerman won the Best of Category and was a Best of Division Finalist for "The Greasy Diner Menu" in the X-9 Other category.