Broad Ripple Artwork Headed to Nation’s Capital Broad Ripple Magnet High School for the Arts and Humanities students Sonia R. and Lizbeth R. have something to be excited about this week! Their artwork was chosen by U.S. Representatives in the Congressional Art Contest to be on display in Washington, D.C., for an entire year!

Sonia’s work was chosen by Congresswoman Susan Brooks and will be on display in the White House. Congressman Andre Carson chose Lizbeth’s piece for display in the U.S. Capitol building.

“I didn’t even think of graphic design as a career until I came here,” Sonia R. said. “I am truly honored and blessed for winning this and I couldn’t be more thankful.”

Lizbeth R. agreed, “I can’t believe I actually won.”

Both Sonia and Lizbeth will receive free airfare from Southwest Airlines to travel to Washington to see their work on display.

We’re excited that Sonia and Lizbeth’s amazing artwork will have a national audience!