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Clean Sweep at MOCA Competition

04 Nov

Last night at the Cleveland Museum of Contemporary Art, three Oberlin students, who were finalists in an area-wide competition, presented slides of their work and gave short public talks. Shortly thereafter, the judges met  and announced winners for first, second, third place. Oberlin made a clean sweep and took all three!

First place: Allison Fontaine-Capel
Second place: Eli Steltenpohl (Environmental Studies Major and Art Minor)
Third place: Frances Lee

Other students from the University of Akron, Kent State, and the Cleveland Institute of Art also did a great job.

Congratulations to all of them and thanks to Arzu Ozkal and Susan Umbenhour for going out and showing their support

**JUDGES:
Jamie Hardis, Director of Exhibitions, Museum of Contemporary Art, Cleveland
Anita Miller, Artist and Director, The Artist’s Roost & The Lima
Company Memorial, Columbus, Ohio
Dr. Holly Witchey, Case Western Reserve University Art History &
Museum Studies Faculty

Organized by Case Western Reserve University Graduate Art History
Association and made possible by the Case Western Reserve University
Department of Art History and Art, the Friends of Art and MOCA
Cleveland.

 
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Posted by on November 4, 2010 in Uncategorized

 

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