Pictured above, in the Drawing category, from left, Kalia Bradshaw, third place; Inya Kirkland, second place; Emmanuel Burnett and Drew Winter, both honorable mention; not pictured are Jamiah Smith, Hannah Coon and Erin Gullett.
Winners of the Hinds Community College Student Art Show were announced during a ceremony April 19 at the Marie Hull Art Gallery on the Raymond Campus.
Jamiah Smith, of Byram, first place; Inya Kirkland, of Pearl, second place; Kalia Bradshaw, of Byram, third place; Hannah Coon, of Byron Center, Mich., Erin Gullet, of Vicksburg, Drew Winter, of Brandon, Emmanuel Burnett, of Clinton, honorable mention
Rowan Hays, of Madison, first place; Anna Weston, of Utica, second place; Emmanuel Burnett, third place; Riley Bennett, of Ridgeland, honorable mention
Rachel Miestchovich, of Florence, first place
Anwar Alhanshaly, of Crystal Springs, first place; Rachel Miestchovich, second place; Zac Boyd, of Vicksburg, third place
Rowan Hays, first place; Marques Lewis-Shelton, of Flowood, second place; Jamiah Smith, third place and honorable mention; Michelle Russell, of Canton, honorable mention
Drew Winter, first place; Katie Witsberger, of Clinton, second place; Glenda Bailey, of Brandon, third place; Michael Seale, of Terry, honorable mention
About 160 works of art were considered for this year’s contest, which was judged by Jacob Rowan, assistant professor of art at Belhaven University.
Also awarded to Jamiah Smith was the Dunaway Award, named for Bob Dunaway, retired chair of the Art Department at Hinds. The award is given to a student who displays outstanding work ethic and consistency.