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An Elkhorn Valley graduate was among those to receive awards for their artwork in the AIGA competition.
In a press release, the Creative Center announced that Ashley Hale won a Bronze award in the AIGA competition in the category of Illustration.
Students entered original creative projects into competitive categories which were judged by area professionals. CC students won six awards at this year’s AIGA competition.
The Creative Center is a college of art and design in Omaha, Nebraska offering a three-year Bachelor of Fine Arts degree in Graphic Design, and a two-year Associate of Occupational Studies degree in Graphic Design. Students attend class Monday through Friday from 8:30 – 3:30 and learn multiple aspects of graphic design. Every student receives a Mac laptop computer and software as a part of the tuition and fees, and gets plenty of chances to use it exploring as many of the computerized visual realms as possible, from branding to web design, from package design to multimedia, and from advertising to illustration.
2017 AIGA Bronze winners:
Ashley Hale – Elkhorn Valley Public School (NE)