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associate professor Kevin Kreneck and student Cari Croninger with her winning artwork

STUDENT WINS SECOND PLACE IN INTERNATIONAL DESIGN CONTEST

STUDENT WINS SECOND PLACE IN INTERNATIONAL DESIGN CONTEST

Competing against university students from as far away as Brazil and Denmark, Cari Croninger took second place in the promotions division of the 2017 Michigan State University Design Contest for College Students. Her submission was a colorful graphic image of Micky Dolenz from the band The Monkees. Croninger never imagined that she would be creating

ART CLUB STUDENTS SHOWCASE WORK AND SERVE COMMUNITY

” order_by=”sortorder” order_direction=”ASC” returns=”included” maximum_entity_count=”500″]Cougar News recently spoke to Jennifer Seibert, professor of art, and students to find out about Collin College’s ART CLUB. What is ART CLUB? The Collin College ART CLUB mission is to create a social and educational community for students interested in the visual arts with the hope of creating an

Q & A WITH PHOTOGRAPHY PROFESSOR BYRD WILLIAMS

Cougar News recently spoke with Byrd Williams, professor of photography, about his new book, “Proof: Photographs from Four Generations of a Texas Family,” currently available at Barnes & Noble and Amazon, and his philosophy about photography. Why did you write this book? The overarching foundation of this book was predicated on the photographic history of

Artwork for "The Letter as Art in the Digital Age."

EXHIBITION LOOKS AT ‘LETTER AS ART’

THE ARTS gallery will host “The Letter as Art in the Digital Age” from Jan. 17 – Feb. 22. This exhibition features thematic paintings and visual arts inspired by letter writing, as well as digital pieces, letter excerpts featuring elaborate penmanship, antique writing desks, stamps, postcards, envelopes, fountain and dip pens, mailboxes and more. The

HOLOCAUST REMEMBERED THROUGH PHOTOS

Take some time to remember the Holocaust with a pair of exhibitions mounted in Preston Ridge Campus’s J Building, Jan. 27-Feb. 16. The exhibitions are free and open to all. An opening night reception is planned for 5 p.m., Thursday, Jan. 26. The exhibitions are a production of the Museums Division, Yad Vashem, the World Holocaust Remembrance Center. They

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