Several William Woods University art students were juried into art shows in two Missouri locations—Emerson’s Young Artists’ Showcase at the St. Louis Art Guild and the Columbia Art League Inter Collegiate Art Show.
Students whose work is displayed in both showcases are Sarah Williams of Brookfield, Mo.; Brian Stuckey of Mokane, Mo.; Lauren Bricking of Louisville, Ky., and Nikki Roemer of Wauconda, Ill.
Students whose work is displayed at Columbia Art League Inter Collegiate Art Show are Hunter Nesbitt of Jenks, Okla., Megan Miller of Tulsa, Okla., Emily Crites of Union Star, Mo., Tracey Potts of Columbia, Mo., Loyd Heaton of Chillicothe, Mo., Tricia Quist of Joplin, Mo., Ariel Vadner of Jefferson City, Mo., and Jennifer Costello of St. Louis, Mo.
The Emerson’s Young Artists’ Showcase is the longest running exhibition at the St. Louis Artists’ Guild. It is one of the only venues to offer a competitive opportunity for young artists to show their work in a professional gallery and to win cash prizes. It is a local, walk in, juried exhibition that offers a $500 scholarship top prize from Emerson.
The showcase is open to artists 15-21 years old.
The Columbia Art League Showcase includes work from students all across the state and will be on display until April 7. This is the second year the gallery has hosted this exhibition, and 80 entries were received.