70 students participating in KCC’s Annual Student Art Exhibition

Nearly 130 works of art from 70 students have been selected for display as part of Kellogg Community College’s Annual Student Art Exhibition, which opened this morning and will run through May 2 in the Davidson Visual and Performing Arts Center on the college’s Battle Creek campus.

All works on display are eligible for awards totaling $1,000, including Best of Media and Honorable Mention awards spread among 10 media categories in addition to a single Best of Show award and a single Instructor Recognition award. Award winners chosen by this year’s juror — Michigan arts professional Dar Davis — will be announced during a reception from 1 to 3 p.m. April 22 at the Davidson Center Auditorium.

Here is a list of students participating in the exhibition:

Lynette Adgate, Eri Yasuda Arizmendi, Kathryn Barnes, Anthony Barnett, Clinton Bradshaw, Deb Burmeister, Emily Cameron, James Clemons, Joanne Colyn, Crystal Conklin, Elizabeth Cook, Danisha Copeland, Peggy Davis, Julie Dellinger, Elizabeth Frederick, Chris Huge, Nick Garrison, Helen Glover, Sean Godbey, Ashley Goldsmith, Thomas Graham, Debra Graves, Jeremy Michael Gray, Linda Helton, Danielle Hobbs, Paul Jennings, Tracy Drew Johnson, Brittany Kellogg, Samantha Kerwin, Gerald King, Morgan Paul, Jason Lacey, Justin Latimer, Regina Lane, Stormie Lantis, Laural Lirones, Connie Lower, Rebecca Marie Lubaway, Gregg Luedke, Dia Massey, Tabatha Ann McLendon, Jacqueline Michael, Ann Michels, Elizabeth Moreno, Quinton Moorehead, Zachary Nelson, Craig Noaeill, Brian Noell, Amy Osborne, Jin Park, Jennifer Pratley, Jonathan Raiford, Stephen Richmond, Dan Riddle, Allison Riegar, Kenzi Rombaugh, Malia Jade Scott, Kristina Shafer, Pam Sikora, Andrea Stafford, Chelsea Staines, Ashley Strauss, Ezekiel Talmage, Jerry Towery, Kristy Towery, Nadine Weisser, Joan Wetherill, Shaina Whalen, Vonzella Henderson and Michael Broadhurst.

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