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Student Winners Featured in Creative Quarterly Magazine

Student Winners Featured in Creative Quarterly Magazine

Creative Quarterly is an international journal focusing on promoting the work of the creative community. The quarterly journal represents current work in graphic design, illustration, photography and fine art. Each category is judged by an industry leader in that specific field.

In Issue #50, Alex Flores was a winner in student design, while Karina Perez-Fajardo and Christa Griffith were runners-up in the same category. Issue #51 saw work from 10 students gain recognition: Brandi Hamilton, Jisu Jung (BFA ‘19), Aliana Layug and Solbinna Choi were showcased as winners under student design. Brandon Mulkey (BFA ‘19) and Sydney Spears (BFA ‘19) will appear as runners-up in student advertising. Haebinna Choi, Jisu Jung, Aliana Layug and Cooper Weinstein are runners-up in student design.

See our students’ designs and other work from Issue #50.

Issue #51 recognition will be published later this spring.

Daniela Chamorro
Daniela.Chamorro@tamuc.edu
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