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Julia Chamberlain Wins ISC Award

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Submitted on June 13, 2014 - 1:00am
Julia Chamberlain

A Division of Art student, Julia Chamberlain, has been selected as one of the recipients of the 2014 Outstanding Student Achievement in Contemporary Sculpture Award from the International Sculpture Center. 3D4M Professor Amie McNeel nominated Chamberlain for the award. The 17 June 2014 press release from the International Sculpture Center describes the competition and the exhibition in which winners will show their work. Chamberlain has finished her BFA degree requirements for 3D4M (focusing on glass and sculpture), and she will complete a Bachelor of Science in Human Centered Design & Engineering in 2015.

The image accompanying this post is a detail of a photo taken by McNeel that shows Chamberlain looking through her work titled Invisible Auditory Respiratory System. Examples of Chamberlain’s work may be seen in her online portfolio. Click the pictures there to see a selection of images for each work.

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