University of the Ozarks juniors Lakyn Robinson, an art education major from Oark, Ark., and Brittany Green, an art major from Malvern, Ark., recently served as judges for the annual NASA Space Destination Art Competition at Waldron Middle School in Waldron, Ark.
Robinson and Green were responsible for judging the poster presentation competition during the event, which featured presentations from students in grades 5 through 12. U of O Associate Professor of Art Tammy Harrington also served as a judge.
As part of the presentations, Waldron’s students were challenged to write an essay and create a piece of artwork about an important aeronautic/space person or event. By the end of the competition, Robinson, Green and Harrington had judged more than 80 entries from Waldron’s young artists.
University of the Ozarks art students Lakyn Robinson (left) and Brittany Green look over entries in the NASA Space Destination Art Competition, held in Waldron, Ark., in late April. The two juniors served as judges in the annual competition.
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