Six of SUA’s talented art students were selected to exhibit their entry in the Faces of Alabama Bicentennial Youth Art Exhibition, Portraits of Significant Alabamians. The art exhibit was displayed from November 1-30 at the State Capitol. In connection with the State’s Bicentennial Celebration, more than 4,000 students in grades K-12 used a variety of techniques and media to create these famous portraits. Out of the 4,000, there were 150 entries chosen for the exhibition. Along with the portrait, the student was required to write a brief narrative detailing the individual’s Alabama connection. The following students were chosen to exhibit their art work in the Al Bicentennial Youth Art exhibition that is sponsored by the Alabama Arts Alliance. Top row left to right: Jaelan McNeil, Nikki Atkins, and Sarah Durr. Bottom row left to right: Akeithia Johnson, Caroline Key and Charity Jenkins.