CHADRON – The 2022 All Student Juried Art Show is open Monday in Memorial Hall’s Main Gallery until Friday.
The free Chadron State College show features more than 50 two-dimensional works in photography, printmaking, drawing, painting, and graphic design, and 20 three-dimensional works in ceramics, sculpture, stained glass, and installation. The pieces were composed by Art majors, as well as non-Art majors who took a Studio Art class in the past academic year.
According to Art Professor Mary Donahue, several pieces in the show were selected for awards. Deemed Useless, a sculpture from found objects by Beth Myers of Chadron won first place. Untitled One, a charcoal drawing by Allison Acosta of Oro Valley, Ariz., won second place, and Freed Ideas, a ceramic piece by Carissa Hill of Imperial, Neb., took third. Honorable mentions include Among the Stars by (Morgan) Cipher Helfer of Custer, S.D., and Fractured Reflection by Hill.
The show is open weekdays from 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. or by appointment by calling Ashy Blacksheep at 308-432-6317.
—Abigail Swanson, College Relations