BSC graphic design students win AdFed awards

 Mar 03 2015
Posted on 3/3/2015

 
Graphic Design student winners
Left to right: Danielle Schwartz, Emily Johannes and Kaleb Edmonson
Three Bismarck State College students in the Graphic Design and Communications program won awards at the 2015 North Dakota Advertising Federation Awards Feb. 27 in Fargo.

Danielle Schwartz (Bismarck) won a Silver ADDY award in the color photo category. Kaleb Edmonson (New Rockford) received a Silver award in advertising logo, and Emily Johannes (Underwood) earned a Gold award for poster design. All are in their sophomore year.

BSC students competed with students from two-and four-year colleges and universities across North Dakota and western Minnesota.

The American Advertising Federation is a national advertising trade organization that represents all facets of the advertising industry. Its annual ADDY Awards program honors excellence in advertising and cultivates the highest creative standards.

AAF-North Dakota is one of 210 local affiliates of the AAF and a member of the 8th District (clubs from Minnesota, North Dakota, South Dakota and Wisconsin). The AAF-ND Gold ADDY winners proceed to the 8th District competition. District Gold winners there advance to the national finals.

 

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