NCMC library purchases student artwork

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The North Central Missouri College Library recently purchased a piece of artwork from NCMC student Sheridan Jamvold from Trenton.  According to librarian Beth Caldarello, since 2003, the college library has annually purchased art from a student which is then framed and hung in the library accompanied by a small plaque with its title, the artist’s name and their graduation date. Sheridan’s artwork is a pencil drawing entitled “MAC” and was completed in her Drawing I class with instructor Jim Norris.

“It was a pleasure to have Sheridan in class and to watch her skills as an artist grow over the semester.” Stated NCMC Art Instructor Jim Norris. “She’s eventually going to be a fantastic art teacher!”

Sheridan is set to graduate from NCMC spring 2017 with an Associate in Arts in Teaching. She plans to transfer to Northwest Missouri State University after her NCMC degree completion to pursue a degree in Art Education.

The NCMC Foundation Board donates the plaque on behalf of NCMC for the project, and the artwork is framed and matted by instructor Jim Norris.

The NCMC Foundation was founded in 1986 with the intent to advance, encourage, assist and support the growth and development of NCMC in whatever ways are beneficial to its student body,faculty, and administrators.

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