College of Arts and Architecture students swept the competition in Penn State’s 31st Annual Graduate Exhibition, taking first, second and third place in the Arts and Humanities category of the research poster presentation portion.
Cansu Tari, architecture, took first place with “Framing a Turkish Campus Sustainability Assessment System.”
Dhaval Chheda, architecture, and Richard Desinord, music, tied for second place, along with Kyle King, English (College of the Liberal Arts).
Shivaram Punathambekar, architecture, tied for third place with Qian Wu, applied linguistics, and Laura Michael Brown, English (both from the College of the Liberal Arts).
Other College of Arts and Architecture winners included, in the Visual Arts category, Lindsay Landfried (first place), Stephanie Seguin (second place), and Hani Kim (third place). Winners of the performance option included Carrie Greer, theatre (first place), Yin Yu, piano pedagogy and performance (second place), and David Phillips, viola performance (third place).
The exhibition, held March 18 and 20, included more than 200 graduate students. Full list of winners: http://news.psu.edu/story/398653/2016/03/22/research/graduate-exhibition-award-winners-announced
The visual arts submissions in the graduate exhibition will be on display in the HUB-Robeson Center Art Gallery, adjacent to the auditorium, though April 24.
The Borland Project Space will hold a Graduate Exhibition Showcase, April 25–May 8. The showcase will feature the posters and art created by College of Arts and Architecture graduate students, as well as a video compilation of the performance option.
IMAGE: The 2016 Graduate Exhibition music and theatre performance winners, with Carrie Greer (left), mezzo-soprano; Yin Yu, piano; and the Trio Con Brio including Pai Liu, cello; Ronald Villabona Valbuena, violin; David Phillips, viola.