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News is about Scott Mansfield
They are: Alumni

Congratulations! CWU Art Alumnus, Scott Mansfield has an exhibition at CORE Gallery, 117 Prefontaine Place in Seattle ( May2 - June 2, 2012: "Triggered Out - New Sculpture - Scott Mansfield". Scott currently teaches at The Art Institute of Seattle. Opening reception is May 3, 6 - 8, Artist reception is May 12, 5-7.

May 2, 2012
News is about Paula Airth
They are: Faculty Member

CONGRATULATIONS! Professor Paula Airth received a Runner-up Award in Graphic Design: Professional from Creative Quarterly a National Journal of Art & Design.

April 3, 2012
News is about Emeritus Prof. Cindy Krieble
They are: Other

CONGRATULATIONS! Emeritus Professor Cynthia Krieble and MFA alum Jeremy Mangan have work featured in an exhibition at the Linda Hodges Gallery in Seattle through April 28, 2012.

April 3, 2012
News is about Matt Johnson
They are: Alumni

CONGRATULATIONS! Matt Johnson, a CWU alum of the BA and MA programs, has a solo exhibition at Punch Gallery in Seattle through April.

April 3, 2012
News is about Naomi Smith
They are: Graduate Student

Naomi Faith just received word that she had three pieces accepted into the Seattle Erotic Arts Festival, June 16 – 24, 2012. Naomi Faith was also awarded a scholarship to attend a metals workshop at the Arrowmont School of Arts and Crafts in Tennessee this summer.

April 3, 2012
News is about Katie Berberick
They are: Undergraduate Student

CWU senior art major Katie Berberick has recently received three awards. Katie received a C. Farrell Scholarship for Research and Fine Arts for her project, “An Image of the City". The project will be exhibited in the 420 Loft Gallery in downtown Ellensburg in June. Katie also received the "Gold Grant Scholarship Lee Wexler Memorial Art Award" from The Northwest Watercolor Foundation. And lastly, Katie received a Travel Grant from the Office of Undergraduate Research. This grant will support Katie’s travel to the University of New Mexico where she will present her thesis, "Edgar Degas: The Practice and Process of Painting" at the Western Regional Honors Conference April 14-16.

April 3, 2012


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