October 24, 2017

VUMC Voice 4-to-6-year-old Halloween art winners announced

Cats, bats, pumpkins and ghosts!

First place: Artist: Margarita Kryshtal, 6, daughter of Dmytro Kryshtal of Clinical Pharmacology.

The winner of the 4-to-6-year-old division in the VUMC Voice’s Halloween children’s art contest is Margarita Kryshtal, 6, who is the daughter of Dmytro Kryshtal, of the Clinical Pharmacology Division of the Department of Medicine. Margarita’s drawing of a Halloween scene complete with a jack-o-lantern, black cat and a passing bat, was selected as the best drawing submitted to the contest by younger artists.

The runners-up were Alisa Gilchuk, 6, the daughter of Iuliia Gilchuk, of the Vanderbilt Vaccine Center, and Bridget Sibler, 5, the daughter of Katie Sibler of the Vanderbilt Breast Center.

First runner-up: Alisa Gilchuk, 6, daughter of Iuliia Gilchuk of the Vanderbilt Vaccine Center.



Second runner-up: Bridget Sibler, 5, daughter of Katie Sibler of the Vanderbilt Breast Center.
Honorable mention: Haruka Koyama Pham, 6, daughter of Wellington Pham of Radiology and Radiological Sciences.
Honorable mention: Amelia Woodard, 4, daughter of Lauren Woodard of the Department of Medicine.
Honorable mention: Duke Absar, 6, son of Samantha Absar of the Center for Patient and Professional Advocacy.
Honorable mention: Moriah Rachel Jaffe, 4, granddaughter of Angela Simmons of Finance.


To view the winners of the 7-to-12-year-olds’ Halloween contest, click here.