Sturgeon Bay’s Miller Art Museum is celebrating its 46th year of showcasing artwork from peninsula youth in their annual “Salon of Door County High School Art”. This year’s exhibit was scheduled to open in may but was canceled due to COVID-19 and presented online as a safer option. Viewers can now experience the exhibit virtually and see nearly 200 works by 103 Door County students in grades 9 through 12 from the last school year, pre-COVID-19. The museum is now also pleased to announce this year’s award winners. The 5 students who will receive the award of excellence (& a $100 cash prize) are Isabelle Vartanian from Gibraltar, Sophia Abel from Sevastopol, Annika Laluzerne from Southern Door, Claire Tellstrom from Sturgeon Bay High School, and Joseph Lux from Washington Island. The honorable mention awards (& $50 cash prize) recipients are Eva Armbruster from Gibraltar, Jacob Anderson from Sevastopol, Abigail Neubauer from Southern Door, Katie Frank from Sturgeon Bay High School, and Spencer Johnson from Washington Island. This 46th annual salon of Door County high school art can be viewed through the museum’s website at https://curat10n.com/millerartmuseum/. The museum will also be reopening to the public on Monday July 27th with expanded safety measures and new limited hours. Once reopened, admission to the museum is free.