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Stamps Students Recognized at Science as Art Competition

Student story
f.loop by Willa Hua 

At an awards ceremony in mid-February, five Stamps Students were honored as part of the 2019 Science as Art competition, sponsored by LSA’s Science Learning Center, Arts at Michigan, and ArtsEngine. Open to undergraduate students across the U‑M campus, the competition accepts submissions across a wide variety of media, including sculptures, videos, music, photographs, poems, short stories, paintings, and digital sketches. 

Stamps Students Recognized: 

Anna Ferguson — The Universe Builds a Planet (Digital Drawing/​Painting)
Willa Hua — f.loop (Best Drawing/​Painting)
Maite Iribarren — Space Noise (Honorable Mention) 
Jenna John -Trophic Cascade (Honorable Mention)
Dakota Lewis — The Control Room (Honorable Mention)

Explore the full list of 2019 Science as Art winners here.

Science as Art 2018 – 19 Winners | lsa​.umich​.edu