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Three former flagler palm coast high school students presented their knowledge at artworks, a program for high school students about building successful careers in the arts, on tuesday, march 27, at the flagler auditorium. FPC graduates austin blasingame, czar derequito and drew white spoke and were inaugurated into the FPC fine arts hall of fame at the event.

ArtWorks is sponsored by the flagler county art league, with a grant from the city of palm coast. Also featured was keynote speaker eric rosenfield, the program director of digital arts and design and graphic design at full sail university. Q&A with speakers:

“I learned to take initiative in learning the skills I wanted to learn.

My friends and I made an effort in every class to convince the teacher to let us make movies for projects instead of powerpoint presentations or long reports.Flagler county sometimes the teachers said no, but sometimes they said yes. So, not only did I learn the power of just asking, but while creating those ridiculous movies, I learned to teach myself many of the early concepts and skills I currently use every day in my work.”

“I think artworks is amazing for recognizing artists from FPC, and I hope it inspires other students to pursue a career path, not only in art, but in anything that they may have a passion for.”

“I learned to work in a photography dark room in mr. Beckett’s class, which was a wonderful introduction to a hands-on application, inspiring me to go on into print making, drawing and oil painting. I will always remember teacher sheila crawford saying something like, ‘in order to understand art of the future, one must study the art of the past.’”

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“don’t let others determine your self-worth. Remember why you love art and when you lose the passion step out into nature and sit quietly. Get refueled by your peers and don’t isolate yourself. Collaboration makes for wonderful expressions of art. Leave your ego at the door.”

“I learned how I was wired — what part I brought to the class, my fellow classmates. Seeing more and more of my creative side and less of other things clarified what areas I need to focus on.”

“first, know what success even looks like. Is it a lot of money? Is it a good family? Is it doing what you’re passionate about? Is it a good character? I believe a big part of it is discovering who you are wired to be and the purpose you have for this world. Doesn’t matter how successful you are if you aren’t doing the right thing with the right character.Flagler county develop your character, explore and study. Discover what’s for you. Having the right people around you is also key to discovering that. Learn, learn learn. Then work, work, work. Then realign yourself as you go.”

“the teachers were a key part to my growth. From the carol walker’s to the diane tomko’s to the howard sanson’s, I was able to develop a self-esteem and a self-awareness cultivated by their help. It aligned me to know more and more of what I was able to offer and double-down on it.”

During the second-annual jail ‘n’ bail, flagler county sheriff rick staly “arrested” several community leaders on saturday, march 23 — all for a good cause. Photo courtesy of brittany kershaw

During the second-annual jail ‘n’ bail, flagler county sheriff rick staly “arrested” several community leaders on saturday, march 23 — all for a good cause.“arrested” several

Flagler county chamber of commerce president and CEO jorge gutierrez was charged for showing too much enthusiasm and passion on monday mornings. Jimmy millhollin, owner of RE/MAX flagstaff, was charged with celebrating chamber chair emeritus too much. Wadsworth elementary principal john fanelli was charged with chasing down students in the hallway to see if they have good grades. Local author becky pourchot was charged with spreading glitter without a permit and assaulting people with hugs. Flagler county tax collector suzanne johnston was charged with being overly competitive and bringing gifts to neighbors without a permit.

The arrestee had the opportunity to secure their “bail” in the form of pledges to benefit the ACS’s relay for life event to be held on april 20 at palm coast’s central park at town center.“arrested” several

Charlotte bradley, a third-grade teacher at rymfire elementary school, has been awarded a $500 edcamp impact grant. Photo courtesy of melanie tahan rymfire teacher receives grant

Charlotte bradley, a third-grade teacher at rymfire elementary school, has been awarded a $500 edcamp impact grant to help provide more opportunities for her students to experience coding and computer programming. The grants are awarded with funding from the bill and melinda gates foundation provided to the national edcamp foundation.