Alumna Lori Nix and her partner Kathleen Gerber have installed a diorama in the new Planet Word Museum in Washington, D.C. . They designed an illustration of a scene from Jules Verne’s 20,000 Leagues Under the Sea.
The Installation in the Library of Planet Word
Professor Matt Derezinski’s 3D Foundations class showed off recent work in Ophelia Parrish. The assignment was to transform a book into 3D sculpture that had to relate back to the book. This project was completed in three weeks.
Congratulations to Kayla Decker, who has won Honorable Mention in the Center for Architecture and Design of Kansas City’s “Raise Your Voice” poster competition. She was selected as one of the best entries and the top student entry. Kayla is studying for her BFA in Design at Truman.
The Maybee Art Gallery at Culver-Stockton College currently features “Spectrum Gaps,” a solo show by Professor Lindsey Dunnagan. It will be open from September 3rd to November 20th, but is not open to the public.
Professor Matthew Derezinski received Honorable Mention in 15th Pollux Non-Pro Digital Manipulation in the Landscapes and Seascapes category. The works were “Eve’s Garden” and “Forgotten Day”.
Eve’s Garden, by Matthew Derezinski, 2020.
This 15th edition of the Pollux Awards has been pre-screened by the curators of the Worldwide Photography Gala Award and juried by Julio Hirsch-Hardy, director of the Biennial of Fine Art & Documentary Photography. A total of 439 photographers from 41 countries submitted 3,505 photographs for consideration of the pre-selection team of the Worldwide Photography Gala Awards and the final selection of the juror.