16 MCC students to participate in 2018 LAND conference
Fifteen Mott Community College (MCC) Studio Art and Graphic Design students have had their work accepted to the Fine Arts Exhibition at the Liberal Arts Network for Development (LAND) Conference February 21-23 at Muskegon Community College.
Additionally, MCC Honors student Briana Hartwig, of Metamora, was chosen as a LAND Student Scholar for 2018 for her research paper “Our Oceans: Beyond the Surface.” She is one of only eight students chosen from throughout Michigan to present her research at the conference.
“Having their work chosen for the Fine Arts Exhibition at a statewide conference is wonderful recognition of our students’ talents and abilities,” said Mary Cusack, Dean of the Fine Arts and Social Science Division at MCC. “We are especially proud of Briana for earning a place as a LAND Student Scholar this year.”
MCC Studio Art and Graphic Design students with works in the Fine Arts Exhibition
Studio Arts majors:
Eugene Borst, Coming Together (sculpture), of Burton
Gwendolyn Hopkins, Contradict me (photo) & Two Faced (photo), of Lapeer
Kayla Schilling, Erosion (sculpture), of Fenton
Patricia Wisenbaugh, Natural Selection (sculpture), of Flint
Melissa Ruboyianes. Six Figures (sculpture), of Flushing
Graphic Design Majors:
Lxs Signer, Celestial Bridge (painting), of Mt. Morris
Jeharold Cook, Angel Above the Sunset Waters (painting), of Flint
Jennifer Mata, Old School (altered book), of Flushing
Caleb Reamer, Space Station (painting), of North Branch
Kawatha Tobias, Flint Water (sculpture), of Flint
Nick Carmody, Galaxy Room (painting), of Flushing
Tim Moore, Creative Process (digital collage), of Flint
Dual enrolled students pursuing Art:
Judah Welsh, Monday (painting), of Lapeer
Amber Durbin, Docile & the Beast (sculpture), of Flint
Samantha Beauchamp, Horizon (painting), of Clio
MCC is a member of LAND and the yearly conference is dedicated to supporting community college pedagogy and welcomes faculty from all disciplines.
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