2018 NJSE Studio Potter Award Recipients

By SP Staff
Apr 19, 2018

Congratulations to Studio Potter's artistic merit award winners of the National Juried Student Exhibition, held during NCECA Pittsburgh, March 2018.  Awardees receive a one-year subscription to Studio Potter journal, and the opportunity to have their writing published in the upcoming Summer/Fall 2018 issue, aptly themed Education. Look for writing by some of the following students in our next issue. 

 

Will McComb, “Basket,” graduate student, University of Mississippi.

Will McComb, “Basket,” graduate student, University of Mississippi.

 

Kelly McLaughlin, “Protector of the Fallen,” graduate student, Ohio University.

Kelly McLaughlin, “Protector of the Fallen,” graduate student, Ohio University.

 

Lukas Easton, “National Priorities” Post-Baccalaureate student, Rochester Institute of Technology

Lukas Easton, “National Priorities,” Post-Baccalaureate student, Rochester Institute of Technology.

 

Steven Osterlund, “Means of Production,” undergraduate student, California State University, Chico.

Steven Osterlund, “Means of Production,” undergraduate student, California State University, Chico.

 

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