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May 11, 2007
The two- and three-dimensional artwork of Anoka-Ramsey Community College (ARCC) associate in fine art students in the All for Art exhibit at Blaine City Hall was judged recently by Banfill-Locke Center for the Arts Executive Director, Lia Rivamonte.
Artwork (shown) by Anoka-Ramsey Community College Associate in Fine Arts student, Kevin Landsverk Artwork (shown) by Anoka-Ramsey Community College Associate in Fine Arts student, Kevin Landsverk won first place in the All for Art exhibit on display at Blaine City Hall May 4-30.
Honorable Mention - Amanda Tolefson Honorable Mention - Amanda Tolefson
Honorable Mention - Chase Lindberg Honorable Mention - Chase Lindberg

"We had a great turnout for the event," says ARCC Art Faculty Member, Jeannine Kitzhaber. "Lia Rivamonte remarked on the diverse types of artwork exhibited."

All for Art Winners

First Place: Kevin Landsverk - Glass
Second Place: William Mevissen - Drawing
Third Place: Joshua Pederson - Photography

All for Art Honorable Mentions

Chase Lindberg - Ceramic Sculpture
Corissa Burton - Photography
Mandy Tollefson - Drawing
Chris Gray - Glass

First place was awarded $75, second place was awarded $50 and the third place was awarded $25.

The All for Art exhibit, a collaborative effort by the Blaine Arts Council and ARCC, will remain on display through May 30 at Blaine City Hall Blaine City Hall (10801 Town Square Drive N.E., Blaine) during regular business hours.

Students in the exhibit are pursuing an associate in fine arts (A.F.A.) degree, which was initiated two years ago at ARCC. The A.F.A. program was developed to prepare burgeoning artists for professional success. In addition to a challenging curriculum of art courses, the ARCC Art Department also promotes the idea of exhibitions as being an important ingredient for creating a professional artist. Currently, there are more than 80 declared A.F.A. students at ARCC and most decide to further their art educations in colleges throughout the country.

For more information about the art programs at Anoka-Ramsey Community College, visit