By Paige Asberry / Staff writer
This year’s Hutchinson Community College student art showcase is up for viewing in Stringer Fine Arts Center.
The exhibition is a tradition for Hutch CC that spans over two decades.
It is not just a show, however. These works are judged by an artist from the community, and the first-, second-, and third-place winners are awarded gift cards to Hobby Lobby.
This year’s judge is Jace Chambers, the director of the Hutchinson Art Center and a local artist.
Submissions are open to all HutchCC students, with announcements and flyers hung in Stringer Fine Arts to alert students of it. The event has always been organized by HutchCC art instructors. This year’s organizers are Kim Ivancovich and Amy Goering.
Ivancovich said that the exhibition is a chance of “highlighting the incredible creative skills of our HutchCC students.”
The exhibition is open until April 24 in the main hallway of the Stringer Fine Arts Center.