Visual arts student’s work selected for Australian art book
Artwork by Kennesaw State University visual arts major Kelly McKernan of Duluth has been selected…
Georgia (Feb 21, 2008) — Visual arts student’s work selected for Australian art book
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Kennesaw State student’s work selected for Australian art book
KENNESAW‚ Ga. (Feb. 21‚ 2008) −— Artwork by Kennesaw State University visual arts major Kelly McKernan of Duluth has been selected to appear in the 2008 publication of “Curvy‚” an annual Australian arts publication. McKernan is one of only 100 artists from 20 countries to be selected for this book.
“I’m very honored to have been selected‚” she said. “I look up to all the artists that have been featured in the book.”
“Curvy” is a publication of Yen‚ an independent women’s magazine‚ whose goals aligned with McKernan’s in emphasizing different views of the female form. “Milk−Eyed Mender” is the piece that will be appearing in the book.
The book launch for “Curvy” is scheduled for April 3 in Sydney‚ Australia.
A member of the 35−unit University System of Georgia‚ Kennesaw State University is a comprehensive‚ residential institution with a growing student population of more than 20‚000 from 132 countries. The third−largest university in Georgia‚ Kennesaw State offers more than 60 graduate and undergraduate degrees‚ including a new doctorate in education.
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