Juried Exhibition 2015

  • Ingrid Matson won Best in Show and the President's Art Award for her work that addressed ideas of consent and rejection of stereotypical gender roles. 

  • Anela Oh won the President's Recognition Award. Her work, "Rockweed," integrates her love of science and represents a coastal marine ecosystem in a way that it is viewed as precious.

  • Ryan Treadwell was recognized for oustanding achievement in fiber art for the work, "Domestication." 

  • Eli Godchaux was recognized for outstanding achievement in painting.  

By:
Melinda Zacher Ronayne
January 30, 2015

Each year, we do one juried student show and this year, we tried something different from previous years. Instead of inviting a guest artist to jury the exhibition, our own students elected a jury of their peers. Jeffrey Kimpton, president of Interlochen Center for the Arts, visited the the exhibition to select winners of several awards including, the President’s Art Award, the President’s Recognition Award, and two honorable mentions. The visual arts department also presented several other awards.

Ingrid Matison won Best in Show and The President's Art Award. Anela Oh won the President's Recognition Award and George Spica won the Faculty Choice Award. We also recognized Eli Godchaux for outstanding achievement in painting and Ryan Treadwell for outstanding achievement in fibers.  

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