The ECCC Visual Art Program annually hosts a Student Art Exhibition in April in Vickers Fine Arts Center Auditorium.
The exhibition features drawings, paintings, sculpture and designs produced by EC students during the most recent school year.
Students whose work was featured in April 2018 were:
Halley Brooks, Marqez Wheaton, and Joshua Sanders, all of Carthage; Joe Prine of Louin, Keli Smith, Amber Self, Edith Alvarez and Sean Creason, all of Forest; RaShad Triplett of Louisville, Kenneth Blake McMillian and Cassidy Jenkins, both of Philadelphia; Shelby Kennedy of Decatur, William Kendall Roebuck of Newton, and Justice Battle of Lake.
Kendall Roebuck of Newton received “Best in Show” honors during the annual East Central Community College Art Exhibit, for his piece titled “Treasure.” Awards were presented during the opening reception for the exhibit Monday, April 16, in the Vickers Fine Arts Center on the Decatur campus.
These students received top honors during the annual East Central Community College Art Exhibit, which were awarded during the opening reception Monday, April 16, in the Vickers Fine Arts Center on the Decatur campus. The exhibit, which features drawings, paintings, sculpture and design by numerous ECCC students, will be open through Monday, April 23, and there is no charge for admission. Pictured are (from left) ECCC art instructor LeeReyna Leyva, Kendall Roebuck of Newton, Best in Show, first place in three-dimensional design, and third place in drawing; Keli Smith of Forest, second place in three-dimensional design; Blake McMillan of Philadelphia, first place in design; Halley Brooks of Carthage, first and second place in drawing, second place in design, and second place in painting; Joe Prine of Louin, first place in painting; Justice Battle of Lake, third place in three-dimensional design; and ECCC art instructor Jeffrey Hodges.