Jocelyn Zavala-Garcia '22 Receives the Michael Curcio '06 Emerging Artist Scholarship Award
Archmere art student Jocelyn Zavala-Garcia '22 has been named the recipient of the annual Michael Curcio '06 Emerging Artist Scholarship Award for her commitment to the study of art, outstanding portfolio, and originally conceived sketchbook. Jocelyn was selected for the award by Archmere’s Fine Art Department faculty, and her work will be highlighted at the upcoming Archmere Fine Arts Festival on April 23-24.
This award, funded in memory of Michael P. Curcio '06, is awarded annually to a deserving junior in recognition of excellence in the visual arts, and who most embodies Mr. Curcio's commitment to artistic excellence as evidenced in creative process documentation, original sketchbook work, and an art portfolio demonstrating the emergence of an original personal vision. Jocelyn was also recognized with 6 Scholastic Art Awards this year, across multiple categories.
The Emerging Artist Scholarship Award involves a $1,500 scholarship endowed graciously by the Curcio family and friends in memory of Michael Curcio, class of 2006.