Arkansas Union Sponsors Design Contest for Its Glass Display Cases
Attention Students! It is time to get creative.
The Arkansas Union Advisory Committee is happy to announce the "University of Arkansas Excellence and Student Success" glass display cases competition for students to develop and practice their artistic talents. Students may enter the contest by creating a design for the glass display cases by the Verizon Ballroom in the Arkansas Union.
This contest will be open to all of the University of Arkansas students who want to submit an idea for a site-specific piece of art based on the above-mentioned theme. The work should be centralized around the University of Arkansas Excellence and Student Success which may be interpreted however the student so chooses.
Pick up your application at ARKU 634 or email email@example.com. Entries must be turned in to the Arkansas Union Administration Office (ARKU 634) by 5 p.m. Nov. 21.
It is a great opportunity to practice on your graphic design skills as well as being recognized for your work.
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