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"Best of Show" Regional Ceramic Winners

Regional Ceramic "Best of Show" Winners

The ceramics department hosts the University of Dallas Regional Juried Ceramics Competition biennially. The "Best of Show" winners are awarded solo exhibit the following academic year.

Regional award exhibitions, lectures and critiques augment the ceramic students' studio experience by providing opportunities to further engage contemporary practices and directions in ceramics.

Graduate students curate the Best of Show winners exhibition.

2017

Best of Show: Carol Cook 
Best of Show: Paul McCoy 
Award of Merit: Beverly Fetterman
Award of Merit: Daniel German
Award of Merit: Sarah Gross
Award of Merit: Blake Kennedy
Award of Merit: Teresa Larrabee
Award of Merit: Alberto Veronica
Award of Merit: Monica Winters

2015

Best of Show: Ariel Bowman
Best of Show: Roy Hanscom
Award of Merit: Wangling Chou
Award of Merit: Whitney Forsyth
Award of Merit: Jason Kishell
Award of Merit: Chris Leonard
Award of Merit: Susan Shiels-Johnson
Award of Merit: Tabatha Trolli-DiLoreto
Award of Merit: Marla Ziegler

2013

Kenneth Baskin

Kenneth Baskin


Verne Funk

Verne Funk

2011

Steven Driver

Steven Driver


Marshall Maude

Marshall Maude

2009

Paul McCoy

Paul McCoy

Dennis Smith

Dennis Smith

2007

Barbara Frey

Barbara Frey

Laura Kukkee

Laura Kukkee

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