Works by Carey Students Selected for State Art Competition
HATTIESBURG, Miss - This is a press release from William Carey University.
Seventeen works by William Carey University art students have been selected for inclusion in the upcoming Mississippi Collegiate Art Competition, a contest held annually among both public and private universities and colleges throughout the state.
The works were selected by the competition’s juror, Richard Doubleday, an assistant professor of graphic design at Louisiana State University. Works selected for the competition will be on display from February 13 through March 18 at the Arts Center of Mississippi, which is located on East Pascagoula Street in downtown Jackson. Award winners will be announced during the opening reception at 2 p.m. on February 13.
Carey students selected for the competition include Donnia Adams of Hattiesburg; Nikki Ainsworth of Laurel; Zina Brown of Hattiesburg; Chance Cherry of Waynesboro; Sunny Couch of Biloxi; Anne Guille of Long Beach; Tina Mason of Gulfport; Kaitlyn McKee of Vancleave; Tessa Stockstill of Biloxi; Nykeshia Swaw of Biloxi; Rick Wilemon of Hattiesburg; and Destini Willis of Hattiesburg.
The selected works may be viewed online at www.bit.ly/204BBHv.