Dodge City Community College Foundation Announces First Annual Christmas Card Design Contest Winner
Dodge City Community College Foundation announced today that Stephanie Gonzalez is the winner of the student Christmas card design contest.
Stephanie is from Dodge City, a sophomore majoring in Art at Dodge City Community College. She aspires to be a professional studio artist and exhibit her work nationally and internationally. Her artistic style is unique and often incorporates elements from the contemporary movements of Neo-Surrealism and Neo-Pop.
“We’re very proud of our art students at DCCC, and anytime we have the opportunity to show the community their talent we jump at the chance,” stated Jennifer Nolan, Asst Professor of Art. “Stephanie is a very talented student and has a bright future ahead. She’s a great example of the talented students we have at DCCC.”
“Stephanie will receive $100 and 50 personalized Christmas cards”, according to Roger Proffitt, DCCC Foundation Director. “The Foundation is extremely happy to be sending out a very unique student designed Christmas Card.”
“The Final Friday Art Reception & Awards has been rescheduled for Friday December 6th in the DCCC Little Theater,” stated Devlin Goldworm, Associate Professor of Art. “Please come view what our art students have done this semester. The student art show will be open until Wednesday, December 11th.”
The DCCC Christmas card contest is open to all currently enrolled students in any major. Next year’s contest will award cash prizes to the top three designs with the top design to be used for the DCCC Foundation Christmas card.