Announcing the prize winners of the 18th Annual College Show

Congratulations to the prize winners of the 18th Annual College Show! Juror Jessica Roscio (Director and Curator, Danforth Art Museum) awarded four prize winners, all of equal merit and receiving cash awards. She also selected six artworks for honorable mentions.

Prize Winners

Wynne Dromey, Clark University ‘25, Place of Repose

Jori Dudzikowski, Clark University ‘21, Procession for the White Rhino

Shea O’Scannlain, College of the Holy Cross ‘22, Fragments of Myself

Mariam Soas, College of the Holy Cross ‘22, Flying Glitter

Honorable Mentions

Caroline Quinn, College of the Holy Cross ‘22, Masked Makeup

Aldona Casey, College of the Holy Cross ‘24, Drained

Aliyah Coplan, College of the Holy Cross ‘22, Bruges at Night

Evelyn Kitchen, Assumption University ‘22, Unexpected

Kaila Skeet Browning, Clark University ‘22, Tendrils & Tensions

Nadia Sostek, Clark University ‘22, Mini Mart

Prize winning artworks will will be exhibited in-person at ArtsWorcester from February 17 to March 27, 2022. The 18th Annual College Show is on view online, featuring the work of students with a broad range of academic concentrations, as well as insights from the artists themselves.

We thank Jessica Roscio for her time and thoughtful selections, as well as the faculty of Worcester-area colleges and universities who encourage the next generation of regional artists.

Prizes for the 18th Annual College show are generously supported by Marlene and David Persky and the Artist Prize Fund.

ArtsWorcester exhibitions are sustained in part by the generous support of the C. Jean and Myles McDonough Charitable Foundation.


///// Wynne Dromey (Clark University '25, Studio Art and Business), Place of Repose, acrylic paint and mixed medium on canvas (recycled paper, food wrappers), 11" x 14", 2021, $500