Carver student wins Congressional art competition; work will hang in Capitol

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George Washington Carver School of Arts & Science junior Diana Ormhanzi has won a first place award in the annual Congressional Art Competition.

Congresswoman Doris Matsui announced Ormhanzi as the winner at a ceremony on May 14 at the Crocker Art Gallery.

As the region’s winner, Ormhanzi receives an all-expenses-paid trip to Washington, D.C., for a ribbon-cutting ceremony for the Congressional Art Competition winner’s exhibit on June 23.

Her work will remain on display at the nation’s Capitol for one year.