Slide 1. Katie Candee '14 received an honorable mention for her sculpture titled "Structure in Shambles" at the ninth annual Colleges of Worcester Consortium Arts Show.
Slide 2. Alexander M. Vera Morales '13 received an honorable mention for his self-portrait painting.
Two Holy Cross students received honorable mentions for their artwork at the ninth annual Colleges of Worcester Consortium Student Art Exhibition. Katie Candee ’14, a physics major from Madison, Conn., was recognized for her sculpture “Structure in Shambles,” and Alexander M. Vera Morales ’13, a computer science and visual arts double major from Baldwin Park, Calif., was acknowledged for his self-portrait painting.
The show runs from Feb. 13 through March 21 at ArtsWorcester, 660 Main St., Worcester. A reception will be held on Feb. 15 from 6 to 8 p.m. The exhibition and the reception are free and open to the public.
Students from eight area colleges submitted artworks in a variety of mediums. Carol Keller, professor of art at Amherst College, served as the juror.
A total of 21 works by 15 Holy Cross students are on exhibit. In addition to Candee and Vera Morales, the other Holy Cross students who have their artwork on display are:
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