Three faculty from WSU have their work juried into the ARTSWorcester 15th Biennial and have won awards.
Eric Nichols (Communication) and Brittany Severance (Communication) have won Best in Show in the photography section and Catherine Wilcox-Titus (Visual and Performing Arts) won an Honorable Mention for her photography as well. Work by Kat O’Connor (Visual and Performing Arts) also was featured in the show.
The show was very competitive, and the juror was Dr. Katherine French, director of the Danforth Museum of Art in Framingham. The show is on view until May 31 at ARTSWorcester, 660 Main Street.
Kat O’Connor, White Mustang (acrylic on paper)
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