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Design Students Take Top Honors in Studies in Creativity Exhibit

October 30, 2013

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Sara Madison won Best in Show for "Male and Female Recreation" (collage)
 
 

10/30/13

Seven College of Design students received top honors at a reception Oct. 29 for the university's annual Studies in Creativity Exhibit, on display through Dec. 10 in the Memorial Union Gallery. Sara Madison, Council Bluffs, junior in integrated studio arts, won Best in Show for "Male and Female Recreation" (collage). Merit Awards went to Omar Ibrahim, Coralville, senior in integrated studio arts, for "Portrait of Rachel" (oil on canvas), Sodam Lee, Seoul, South Korea, graduate student in integrated visual arts, for "Day and Night Series" (printmaking), and Heather Whittlesey, Boone, graduate student in integrated visual arts, for "Dwellings Set 1 and 2" (ceramic).

Honorable Mentions were awarded to Liz Fisher, Knoxville, senior in integrated studio arts, for "Master Study" (charcoal), and to Kristen Greteman, Ames, graduate student in architecture for "Untitled" (photography). Clark Colby, Urbandale, graduate student in architecture, received the Purchase Award for "Little World ISU" (photography). Thirty-one students from the College of Design and College of Liberal Arts and Sciences have work in the show, which was juried by ISU alumnus Asa Wentzel-Fisher (BFA 2008 Integrated Studio Arts), owner of Whole Hog Editions in downtown Ames.

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