2020 Undergraduate Juried Exhibition Award Winners
November 13, 2020
The Penny W. Stamps School of Art & Design proudly celebrates the exceptional work by our undergraduate students in art and design through the 2020 Undergraduate Juried Exhibition.
Presented virtually this year, the exhibition features photo documentation and video artist statements of student work online.
The jurors for this exhibition – painter and printmaker Nancy Lorenz (BFA '85); painter and community organizer Ian Matchett (BFA '14); and artist/designer Elizabeth Youngblood ('73) – selected the works in the exhibition, recognizing ten works (featured below) with awards.
John H. McCluney Memorial Achievement Award
Established in loving memory of John McCluney (BS DES '67) to provide support to a senior student who displays particular excellence in the area of photography or graphic design.
William Carter Award
Established by Professor Emeritus William T. Carter (AB '48 and ARCH '52) and awarded to a first year student with an interest in industrial design, whose work demonstrates a primary regard for factors of human health and safety, while realizing the most aesthetic potential of the materials employed in the design.
Established by the estate of Irene Bychinsky Bendler (AB '31) to award to promising undergraduate students to encourage further study and excellence in design.
Stamps Gallery will celebrate the exhibition participants and award recipients this Saturday, November 14 from 2-3:30 pm at the 2020 Undergraduate Juried Exhibition Virtual Opening Reception on Zoom. The event also includes a group discussion with the exhibition jurors on ways creative practitioners are adapting art and design practices and exhibitions in an age of digital-first shows, social isolation, and political uncertainty.