Last year Maggie Walker became the first high school ever to have two students accepted into the Bridges Mathematical-Art Organization’s Annual Conference exhibit. This exhibit is curated from an international pool of the world’s most respected mathematical artists. Being accepted into this gallery indicates that the artist’s work is of the highest caliber.
The accepted works for the 2019 Bridges Mathematical-Art Gallery have been announced. The conference, held in late July, will take place in Linz, Austria this year.
I am very happy to pass along that from a field of more than 300 submitted artists Maggie Walker Governor’s School is home to SEVEN students and one teacher that have been accepted into the 2019 Gallery.
Please join us in congratulating these students and Mr. Webb on this huge accomplishment.
Derek Chen (’19-Henrico) – Origami and Tessellation
Ginny Fielding (’19-Chesterfield) – Graph Theory and Coloring
Jillian Schmid (’19-New Kent) – Number Theory
Taha Shaikh (’19-Henrico) – Number Theory and Set Theory
Austin Wade (’19-Chesterfield) – 3D Modeling and System Analysis
David Winters (’19-Hanover) – 2 accepted works: – (1) Fractal Geometry (2) Computational Imagery
Pallavi Natarajan (’20-Henrico) – Fractal Geometry
Ryan Webb, faculty – Non-Euclidean Geometry