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Poster Photo by Alicia Vessels

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The new CAT student show is up in the Krantz Art Gallery

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The Communication Arts Technology Program’s Art Competition & Show, the CATTY’s, opened November 23rd and will run through January 8th 2016. All student work was created specifically for and during the current fall semester for a Communication Arts class. All work will soon be judged based on creativity and execution of concept.


The following categories are represented in the exhibition:


GRAPHIC DESIGN (Beginning, Advanced); COMMERCIAL PHOTOGRAPHY (Beginning, Advanced); COLOR & B&W; DIGITAL VIDEO & FILMMAKING; DIGITAL IMAGING (Beginning, Advanced); WEB DESIGN; FLASH ANIMATION; ILLUSTRATION (Traditional, Computer)


cattySEE THE WINNER'S LIST HERE

 

Enjoy the show.

 

 

CAT student wins yet another prestigious design award
by Terry Lutz, December 4, 2015

Sirima Rattanamanokorn has done it again. She just won another prestigious design award at the AIGA-Louisville annual design competition.

  The Show 2015 was presented by AIGA-Louisville and features some of the best graphic design and advertising in the Louisville area.

  Winners of The Show 2015 were announced tonight at Copper & Kings American Brandy Company.

  Sirima competed in the student category and won with her CAT Annual Report design.

  This is the fifth major advertising award for Sirima in the last year. Earlier this year she won three gold ADDY's and one Silver ADDY including a Judges' Choice Award at the annual American Advertising Federation's Louie Awards.

  Congratulations to Sirima for winning this fantastic honor as well. Well done girl. Woohoo.


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Sirima Rattanamanokorn with her "Show" Award

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