Whitman-Hanson Regional High School art student Lily Hawk featured in a showcase for seniors

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WHITMAN – Superintendent Jeffrey Szymaniak and Whitman-Hanson Regional High School Art Instructor Christina Maher are pleased to announce that Lily Hawk is the latest student to have her work featured in the main showcase from school.

Hawk’s work will be featured in the Art Department’s display cases until June 2. His work can also be viewed online here.

After high school, Hawk plans to attend Maine College of Art & Design in hopes of majoring in illustration and/or game art. She says she plans to continue creating art after graduation. of her degree, and her goal is to pursue art as a career focusing on character design and background design for games or stories, as well as being able to create art for herself and her friends.

“Getting involved in the arts, especially at Whitman-Hanson, has helped me meet new people and make new friends, as well as connect with people I already know. The art classes I took at WH and outside of school helped me improve both how I create and what I create tremendously,” Hawk said. “Returning to Art Foundations throughout the first year might have been one of the best things I could have done for myself.”


Kayleen C. Rice