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Spring 2013 Student Awards


Outstanding Senior

The Department of Art and Art History is proud to announce the Outstanding Senior Award winners for our Spring 2013 graduating class. Each semester the faculty has an opportunity to nominate a graduating senior for the Outstanding Senior Award in each of the areas of concentration.

 

Art Certification

Jennifer Butler

Clay

Sarah Kaminsky

Drawing

Roxana Jimenez

Film/Video

Lara Christensen

Haley Hinshaw

Glass

Katie Stroer

Photography

Sarah Whittaker

Painting

Rebecca Aragon

Printmaking

William Serradet

Visual Communication

Kristi Bobo

Philip Thepkaysone

Art History

Colbie Ellis

 

James S. Barnett Memorial Ideas In Art Awards

History

The James S. Barnett Jr. Foundation was established in 1998 by Kyong Ju, Jesse and Mia Barnett as a memorial to their late husband and father, James S. Barnett Jr. James S. Barnett Jr. was a helicopter ambulance pilot who lost his life trying to save the victim of a car accident in 1993. The James S Barnett Jr. Foundation is a non-profit charitable foundation dedicated to enhancing the lives of people through religion, arts, education, science, and collaborative community projects. 

Purpose

In support of The University of Texas at Arlington’s fine arts community, The James S. Barnett Jr. Foundation wishes to support and recognize visual artists and art historians enrolled at UTA through the Ideas in Art Awards annual competition. The intent of the Ideas in Art Awards competition is to encourage students to:

Formulate and present project proposals in written and oral form to a panel of jurors Simulate the competitive environment of grant proposition

Offer strong participants financial support for their creative endeavors..

Undergraduate

Sharon Turner

Honorable Mention

Sarah Kaminsky

Graduate

Gladys Chow

Ryan Britton

 

Barnett Foundation Photography Awards

Daniel Miller

Haley Norwood

Charity Roberts

 

Photography Faculty Scholarship

The senior photo faculty looks for continuing photography majors who show the most promise or who have realized a significant body of work. 

Olivia Themundo

 

Arlington Arts League Scholarship

Ishrat Ahmed

Sophia Ceballos

Suzie Salazar

Zachariah Ammons