The art will be placed in three recessed wall spaces near the main staircase of the Farmer School, one on each of the three above-ground floors.
Sophia Thompson, a senior psychology and neuroscience major, took first place and $150 for her work, while Preston Anderson, a senior finance & business analytics major, took second and $75, and Caitlin Curran, a sophomore communication design major, came in third and received $50.
Joshua Kaeser, a sophomore biology & French major, and Darrel Helm, a sophomore community arts major, received honorable mentions for their work.
The competition was judged by:
- FarmeSr School dean Jenny Darroch
- FSB associate VP of Development and External Relations Kirk Bogard
- Interim Provost Liz Mullinex
- Associate teaching professor of art Todd Stuart
- Chair and professor of art Amanda Alexander
- Director of Hiestand Galleries Ann Taulbee
BSAC said it hopes to continue Art in Farmer in the future so that more students will have the opportunity to have their art showcased within the Farmer School of Business.