Alpha Rho Tau Tulsa Civic Art Association Awards TU Art Students

Tuesday, November 16, 2010

Justine Green and Clayton Keyes recognized by Alpha Rho Tau

Alpha_Rho_Tau_Winners_2010Justine Nicole Green and Clayton V. Keyes each received $500 art scholarships Thursday at the Alpha Rho Tau annual fall exhibit artists reception.   

Green is a senior art major with emphasis in drawing and painting.  Keyes, a graduate student, focuses on clay sculpture with the theme of environmental concerns influencing his subject matter.  Each has two pieces of work on display as part of the Alpha Rho Tau fall show in the gallery on the southeast campus of Tulsa Community College.  Their work will remain on display until Dec. 3.  Both students are scheduled to graduate in May 2011.    

Alpha Rho Tau was established at the University of Tulsa in 1930 by Dr. Adah M. Robinson as an honorary, coeducational art fraternity.  In 1945 the name was changed to Alpha Rho Tau Civic Art Association.  The group presents annual art scholarships to promising young artists.



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