RLC Student Art Show winners announced

INA, Ill. (April 9, 2013) – The Rend Lake College Student Art Show was held Thursday, March 28, in the Theatre Lobby. The judge was David Brewer.

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ART WINNERS - Winners from the 2013 Rend Lake College Student Art Show are pictured above. Their art will be on display until May 11 in the college’s Learning Resource Center. FRONT ROW, FROM LEFT are; Hannah Smith (Waltonville), William Boyd (Sesser), Jane Colvin (Wayne City) and Crystal Smith (Mt. Vernon). BACK ROW, FROM LEFT are; Jon Booker (Pinckneyville), Nik Jennings (Pinckneyville), Makeda Jones (Mt. Vernon) and Sherrie Weinhoffer (Pinckneyville). 

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HIGH SCHOOL WINNERS - 
These area high school students won scholarships to Rend Lake College after their art was chosen at the 2013 RLC Student Art Show. Their art will be on display until May 11 in the college’s Learning Resource Center. They are pictured above with RLC Vice President of Academic Instruction Chris Kuberski. FROM LEFT are; Kuberski, Karma Mare (Zeigler-Royalton), Hannah Forby (Benton), Casey Brandt (Mt. Vernon), and Michael Killip (Christopher). 

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FOUNDATION
AWARD - Jane Colvin of Wayne City received the Rend Lake College Foundation Award for her piece “Breaking Out” at the 2013 RLC Student Art Show on March 28. Colvin is pictured above with RLCF Assistant Director Cindy Schott (RIGHT). All show submissions are available for viewing until May 11 in the RLC Learning Resource Center.

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Best
of Show: “Vibrant Spring,” Hannah Smith (Waltonville)

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Foundation Award: “Breaking Out,” Jane Colvin (Wayne City)

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Purchase
Award: “Check Up,” Nik Jennings (Pinckneyville)


Best Portfolio
: Jane Colvin (Wayne City)

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Claxton
Award: “Dryas Erastes,” Hannah Smith (Waltonville)

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Award (Best Pen or Pencil Drawing): “Untitled,” Lacey DePasquale (Ewing)

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Award (Most Dramatic): “Ready to Go,” Jane Colvin

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Best
of Ceramics: “Chimera - Rat, Polar Bear, Dragon,” William Boyd (Sesser)

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, First Place: “Self-Portrait: Disappearance,” Lacey DePasquale (Ewing)

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Second Place: “Check Up,” Nik Jennings (Pinckneyville)

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2D
, Third Place: “A Rose is a Rose,” Crystal Smith (Mt. Vernon)

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3D
, First Place: “Dragon Serving Dish,” William Boyd (Sesser)

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3D
, Second Place: “Surfacing for Air,” Jon Booker (Pinckneyville)

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3D
, Third Place: “The Great BeHolder,” Makeda Jones (Mt. Vernon)

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 Honorable
Mention: “The Unknown Distance” by Hannah Storment (Mt. Vernon)

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Honorable Mention:“Night Scene” by MacKenzie Korris (Mt. Vernon),
RLC Scholarship Winners: Sherrie Weinhoffer (Pinckneyville), and Nik Jennings (Pinckneyville)
Adam Lee Lorance Memorial Scholarship Winner: Karma Mare, Ziegler-Royalton High School

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Rend Lake College is located on the scenic eastern shore of beautiful Rend Lake in Southern Illinois. The college offers a wide variety of degree programs and occupational certificates in more than 100 programs of study, as well as customized training programs for business and industry, and lifelong learning opportunities for community members. Rend Lake College students enjoy the small class sizes and personalized instruction from a college small enough to get to know them on a personal basis, and large enough to meet their educational needs. It ranked in the top 10 percent of peer community colleges in the nation in 2011 and 2012, according to the Washington D.C.-based non-profit The Aspen Institute. Recent figures show RLC students reach their educational goals at twice the average rate of students attending two-year public colleges in Illinois. Rend Lake College’s graduation rate is among the leaders in the state. To find out more about RLC, call the college at 618-437-5321, or go online to www.rlc.edu.  -30-

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