April 9, 2009
Art students gain acceptance to juried shows, exhibitions
Three Northwest student artists have had work accepted into the 14th annual Kansas City Artists Coalition Undergraduate Artists Exhibition. The juried show runs Friday, April 10, through Friday, April 24, at the coalition's gallery at 201 Wyandotte in Kansas City, Mo.
Two of the students have also had work accepted by other juried shows: Artists of the 21st Century at the University of Tennessee-Martin and the Rites of Passage National Exhibition at the Manifest Gallery in Cincinnati, Ohio.
The Northwest artists, all ceramicists, are listed below:
- Kwok-Pong Tso, senior in fine arts major; Kansas City Artists Coalition Undergraduate Artist Exhibition, Artists of the 21st Century.
- Man-Ho Cho, senior fine arts major; Kansas City Artists Coalition Undergraduate Artist Exhibition.
- Wanda Wolmar, senior fine arts major; Kansas City Artists Coalition Undergraduate Artist Exhibition, Rites of Passage National Exhibition.
In addition, several other Northwest art students have work on display at area galleries and exhibition spaces. They include:
- Kaytee King, a junior graphic design major from Blue Springs; the Java Joint, Maryville.
- Kaden Myers, a sophomore fine arts (ceramics) major from Sedalia; the Java Joint, Maryville, in addition to galleries and shops in Sedalia and Lincoln.
- Michael Martin, a senior graphic design major from Lee's Summit; the Java Join, Maryville.
- Nakita Peterson, a senior graphic design major from Burlington Junction, who created a logo design for the fashion Web site Whooji.com.
For more information, please contact:
Mark Hornickel, Media Relations Specialist
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