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Co-Lin announces student art winners

Copiah-Lincoln Community College has named winners of its annual Student Art Show.

Art instructors Chris Brady and Janet C. Smith presented the awards.

Sherrie Bullard Slusher of Brookhaven received an honorable mention in Ceramics and 3D.

Cameron Buford of Brookhaven received three awards — a first place award in Ceramics & 3D, a second place award in Painting and an honorable mention in 2D Design & Printmaking.

Heather Martin of Sontag received four awards — first place in Painting, second place in 2D Design & Printmaking, second in Ceramics & 3D, and an honorable mention in 2D Design & Printmaking.

Melanie Griffin of Monticello won three awards — second place in Computer Art, third place in 2D Design & Printmaking and an honorable mention in Drawing.

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