Below are the winning images for our yearly student-designed poster contest.
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TOP ROW FROM LEFT:
Jared Glaser & Isaac Lehman, Arlington High School, Marley Jurgensmeyer, Arlington High School, Marley Jurgensmeyer, Arlington High School
BOTTOM ROW FROM LEFT: Sam Manion, Minuteman High School, Naythen Lowe, Cambridge Charter School, Tyler Wood, Mount Ida College, Newton, MA. Joshua Chace, Massachusetts College of Art and Design | Illustration Department. Rico St Paul, Massachusetts College of Art and Design | Illustration Department. Biana Bova, Massachusetts College of Art and Design | Illustration Department.
POSTER CONTEST JUDGES
Larry has enjoyed successful parallel careers as a speaker, trainer, coach, serial entrepreneur, educator, writer, radio and television host and commentator and visual and performing artist. He began working as a professional photographer at 16 and had the good fortune of creating photographic, portrait character studies with performing arts luminaries including Buster Keaton, Jessica Tandy, Hume Cronin, classical singer Corrine Curry, concert pianist Sonya Klosek, and baseball legend Ted Williams. Black-and-White and S’more was a recent 60-year retrospective of his fine-art photographs, paintings and monoprints. Larry is founder of Zoka Institute and Zoka Training. You can visit at www.zokainstitute.com.
Jennifer Cheng DesAutels
Jennifer is an illustrator, logo designer and plein air artist. Her first published work is "The Untold Story of Miss Mirabella," written by Sally Odgers/Teacher Created Materials, publisher). Jenn coordinates an annual children’s art exhibit, a monthly artist critique group and occasional plein air outings. She lives in Medford with her husband and two daughters. You can view her work at www.studioJCD.com.
Marc Gurton is the owner of 13FOREST Gallery in East Arlington. After a 20-year career in corporate accounting, Marc had a chance encounter in 2006 with the owner of an art gallery in Medford Square where 13FOREST Gallery was born. After becoming the owner, he relocated the gallery to Capitol Square in East Arlington in 2008. 13FOREST is a contemporary art and craft gallery, featuring rotating exhibits and representing over 150 local artists. Among many events the gallery features an ‘Artist Talk and Reception’ on the third Thursday of each month. View the gallery's exhibitions and schedule at www.13FOREST.com.
Steven served as Creative Director for the trailblazing, independent record labels Rykodisc and the Rounder Records & Book Group, and has worked on several Grammy Award-winning projects. Steven has also worked with many diverse organizations to help create their brand, convey their message and elevate their visibility, and is the founder of www.allmusicbooks.com. Steven specializes in developing high-end concepts, strategic branding and clean, functional design. You can view his work at stevenjurgensmeyer.com .
Jeannet is the owner of jldesign and mooizeg. jldesign provides services to the publishing industry and those who look to publish independently. Jeannet created books and covers for for a wide variety of clients, among which The ICA Boston, the Peabody Museum Press, and filmmaker Robert Gardner. Previously she was senior designer at The MIT Press. Her work was recognized by the Leipzig International Book Competition, has appeared in PRINT, and is in the AIGA archives. Jeannet is Dutch and received her Bachelor of Arts, cum laude, at Academie St. Joost, The Netherlands. Recently she has turned her attention to fiber design. mooizeg products are in the gift collection of Boston's Museum of Fine Arts, and can be found at the Society of Arts and Crafts. You can view her work at www.jlbookdesign.com and www.mooizeg.com.
Nilou is the principal of Nymdesign, a multi-disciplinary graphic design studio specializing in print, web, and interactive media. Nymdesign’s client list includes the MBTA , Harvard University, Amnesty International, Microsoft, and The City Museum of New York, among others. Nilou received her Masters of Fine Arts in Graphic Design from the Yale University School of Art. Prior to that, she was awarded her Bachelor of Arts in Studio Art from Mount Holyoke College (Phi Beta Kapa). She has served as adjunct professor at the State University of New York at Purchase, and been a visiting critic at the Maryland Institute of Contemporary Art. You can view her work at www.nymdesign.com.
Erica Licea-Kane has been a working artist since the early 1980’s and a college studio art instructor for over 30 years. She received her BFA at the Parsons School of Design, NY, and her MFA at the Massachusetts College of Art, MA, earning both degrees in the field of fine art textiles. LiceaKane has exhibited her work extensively throughout the United States and abroad and she is currently a member of the Kingston Gallery in Boston’s South End. Recent exhibitions of Licea-Kane’s work include The Krakorian Gallery at the Worcester Center for Crafts, Worcester, MA, Site:Brooklyn, NYC, NY, Able Baker contemporary, Portland, ME, Fuller Craft Museum, Brockton, MA, Andrews Art Museum, Andrews, NC, Danforth Museum of Art, Framingham, MA and the Attleboro Museum, Attleboro, MA. She has been the recipient of several grants and fellowships including the 2018 Artist Fellowship in Painting from the Massachusetts Cultural Council, the A.R.T Grant from the Berkshire Taconic Community Foundation, and a Regional Fellowship from the New England Foundation for the Arts of the National Endowment of the Arts. Her work has been reviewed in several publications with recent coverage in the Portland Phoenix, the “Take” section in the Boston Globe, The Portland Press Herald and Take Magazine as well as past reviews in the Boston Globe Magazine, The Boston Herald, Surface Design Journal and several of the Lark Publications Fiberarts Design series of books. Licea-Kane taught studio courses at Wheelock College in Boston, MA, from 1997-2018 where she was an Associate Professor and the Director/Curator of the Towne Art Gallery. Currently she is teaching as a Visiting Lecturer at Framingham State University. www.licea-kane.com
We welcome Rachael Sullivan and her creativity as the Festival’s Graphic Designer. Rachael hails from New England and received her Bachelor’s Degree in Fine Arts and Graphic Design from University of Connecticut. Over the last fifteen years, she has enjoyed working in an industry that continuously marries creativity and constructs whilst living in the amazing cities of Boston and Chicago. A Visual Designer with a passion for clean, fresh and interesting design, Rachael continuously showcases strong creativity, meticulous design prowess and technical savvy resulting in a varied and substantial portfolio. She possesses a talent for creative problem solving, a strong desire to maintain client identity and brand integrity. Her clients include Rounder Records, Bela Fleck, and Berklee School of Music.