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Phoenix unveiling and Art Student Annual show off students’ artistic talents

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Phoenix unveiling

Visitors view the opening of the Art Student Annual after the Phoenix unveiling.

On May 14, Clark College students unveiled the newest edition of Phoenix, the student art and literature journal. The launch was followed by the opening reception for the Art Student Annual show now on display in Archer Gallery until June 12.

The Art Student Annual awards juror this year was WSU Vancouver art professor, and former Clark art instructor, Avantika Bawa.

Best in Show was awarded this year to Luke Acevedo for his stop-motion video Runaway Doodle.


The Muse Art Supply Award

Sue Park, Clark College Library


The Frame Central Honorable Mention Award

Orlando Juarez-Vitela, Hero

Patrick Michael-Casey, Reclaimer


The Pro Photo Honorable Mention Award

Lauren Dwyer, Family Tree (1 of 4)


The Freestyle Photo Supply Holga Camera Award

Jakob Swan, Up from Below


The Blue Moon Camera Award for Darkroom Photography

Marina French, The Syndicate…


Phoenix staff

Phoenix staff unveil the new issue.

The Frame Central Award for Most Ambitious Undertaking

Anthony Abruzzini, Oh boy, I sure do…


The WSUV Workshop Award and Juror’s Choice

Justin Holdorf, Southwestern Hotel


The PICA Award for Best Contemporary Art

Elizabeth Alexander, Ceramic Masks


The Pro Photo Award for Best Photography

Erin Merrill, Anti-Portrait


The Utrecht Art Supplies Award for Best Drawing

Madison Syverson, Untitled


The Utrecht Art Supplies Award for Best Painting

Noreen Coats, They Called Her Home


Georgie’s Award for Best Ceramics

Lauren Pucci, Beauty from Chaos


The Intel PCCG Award for Best Digital Art

Luke Acevedo, Runaway Doodle


The NW Film Center Award for Best Time-Based or Sequential Art

Ashleigh Cummings, ABCs of the PNW


The Frame Central Award for Best Work on Paper

Austin Fields, The Martyr’s End


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