COD Photo Students Showcased in Juried Art Exhibition through May 17, 2014

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“Freebird” by Charles Loggins III

Congratulations to all the College of DuPage Photographers whose work was selected for the Annual Student Art Exhibition in the Cleve Carney Art Gallery. Photographs by  Zlatka M. Burtis, Gabriela Guganovic, Janine Cook, Matt Levins, Shekia Baker, Aline Fetter, Joanne Barsanti, Paul Davies, Charles Loggins III, Lynn Anderson, Tammy Caltagirone, Jerry A. Schulman, Jamie Matthews and Lorae Mundt were featured.

The Winners of the McAninch Arts Center Money Awards – selected by guest juror Staci Boris, Chief Curator at the Elmhurst Art Museum included:

1st Place – $100 Charles Loggins III, Freebird, and Fly Away Girl, color photo prints on canvas
2nd Place – $75 Kenneth L. Jacobs, Three Generation Noguchi, ceramic stoneware, wood
3rd Place – $50 Macús Alonso, Flirting with Death, brass, copper, bark, twine
Honorable Mention – $25 Gabriela Guganovic , Portrait of a Woman as a Mother – Bea, Portrait of a Woman as a Mother- Janine, Portrait of a Woman as a Mother- Carrie, B&W photographs
Honorable Mention – $25 Joanne Barsanti, Prairie Power: Winter’s End, archival digital print on canvas

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“Fly Away Girl” by Charles Loggins III

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One Response to COD Photo Students Showcased in Juried Art Exhibition through May 17, 2014

  1. Reblogged this on Thoughts Of A Dreamer and commented:
    Didn’t realize this was blogged! Loved seeing it posted!!!!

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