Ohio State students' eclectic gifts shine through in virtual exhibition | Columbus Dispatch

January 28, 2021

Ohio State students' eclectic gifts shine through in virtual exhibition | Columbus Dispatch

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Urban Arts Space's 29th Annual Fergus Scholarship Award Exhibition was recently featured in The Columbus Dispatch.

From Peter Tonguette for The Columbus Dispatch:

"This year's Ohio State University’s annual Fergus Scholarship Award Exhibition has moved online for the first time in its 29 years, and the result is a study in diversity.

The exhibit — awarding 20 full-time OSU undergraduate and graduate visual-arts students $1,000 — showcases the chosen artworks, along with artist statements, through Feb. 7. It is available at the website of OSU's Urban Art Space, uas.osu.edu.

Selected by OSU professors Carmel Buckley, Shoshanah Goldberg-Miller, Jeffrey Haase, Jody Patterson and Amy Youngs, no two works in the exhibition are alike, and the accompanying statements emphasize the varying visions of each artist.

Yet a few themes emerge when considering the chosen pieces. Several pieces succeed in conveying a sense of good vibes during troubled times."

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