Phillip Carrier, an ASU School of Art graduate student pursuing an MFA in sculpture, was awarded the 2013 Outstanding Student Achievement in Contemporary Sculpture Honorable Mention. The International Sculpture Center established the Outstanding Student Achievement in Contemporary Sculpture Award program in 1994 to recognize deserving sculpture students and to encourage their continued commitment to the field of sculpture. Exceptional students are chosen ye arly for this prestigious award. Phillip’s work will be recognized in the 2013 October
issue of Sculpture magazine, as well as at www.sculpture.org.
Project Date: Oct 1, 2013
ASU School of Art MFA in Photography candidate Anne Brye is being awarded the 2013 Society for Photographic Education Student Award. Once a year, the SPE sponsors one student to travel to their renowned national conference, where they are honored at the awards ceremony. The student is also awarded with a one-year student SPE membership. The ceremony to honor Brye will be held March 9, 2013.
Project Date: Mar 9, 2013
Dana LeMoine and Rachel Nore, ASU School of Art MFA in Printmaking candidates, have teamed up with papermaking artist Kerri Harding to create Valley of the Sunflowers Paper Project, a joint initiative to help bring awareness to sustainability and local art. Using the fiber from local sunflowers, the three artists are creating handmade paper. This paper will be distributed to up to 25 local artists, who will use the paper in their own creations. The artwork will be displayed on Jan. 18, 2013, at Combine Studios in downtown Phoenix.
Project Date: Nov 30, -0001