April 18, 2013
16 seniors will compete for Rickert-Ziebold award
CARBONDALE, Ill. -- It’s an honor just to compete in the Rickert-Ziebold Trust Award, hosted by the School of Art and Design at Southern Illinois University Carbondale each year.
The art competition is for senior art students, and carries a substantial financial award. The finalists, chosen by a panel of art faculty, have a limited time to install their art in the Surplus Gallery in the Glove Factory art facility (432 S. Washington Ave., Carbondale). Judges for the competition rate the students not only on their art, but also on the way in which they use their assigned spaces to display it.
The School of Art and Design invites members of the media to cover the announcement of the winner(s) of the Rickert-Ziebold Trust Award on Monday, April 22. The finalists’ exhibition opens at 11 a.m., with the announcement set for 3:30 p.m. Finalists, judges, and faculty members will be present and available for interviews.
The exhibit will run beginning Monday, April 22, through April 27. The announcement of the winner is at 3:30 p.m., April 22. A reception and awards presentation will be from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m., April 26.
Here are the finalists, by hometown, with area of specialization:
- Andrea Snow, art history
- Danielle Patrick, sculpture
- Angela Bolling, painting
- Mackenzie Prather, painting and printmaking
- Roscoe Ward, metalsmithing
- Tina Neiweem, metalsmithing
- Katelyn Tyk, drawing and painting
- Zach Valent, sculpture
- Ryan Archibald, ceramics
- Brandon Trammel, printmaking
- Anna Tucker, painting
- Madeline Steimle, glass
- Hattie Phillips, drawing and painting
- Ashley Atterberry, ceramics
- Leigh Ann Cardosi, communication design
- Ryan Michel, ceramics