Nashville, TN – During the American Advertising Federation’s 58th annual Nashville Awards ceremony at the Ascend Amphitheater, it was announced that nine Nashville State Community College Visual Communications AAS students won a total of 12 student awards.
This marks the most awards won by students in the college’s visual communications department.
Nashville State Award-Winning Students: Mari Davis (Graphic Design AAS)
GOLD – Materials for special events, exhibition brochure
SILVER – Publication design, 3 book cover series
SILVER – Integrated Brand Identity Campaign, The Echo Guild Brand Identity Eric Dawson (Photography AAS)
SILVER – Still photography, night sky
SILVER – Still Photography, In His Study Jeff Pead (Photography AAS)
GOLD – Still Photography, Malik Rebekah Gizaw (Graphic Design AAS)
SILVER – Promoting a Product or Service, Greatest Hits New Wave LP Design Natalie Hickman (Graphic Design AAS)
GOLD – Promoting a Product or Service, Holiday Hangover Tea Brittany Hooper (Graphic Design AAS)
SILVER – Special Event Materials, Saul Bass Brochure + Poster Isaac Marquez (Photography AAS)
SILVER – Still Photography, Sophia Christina Rush (Photography AAS)
SILVER – Still Photography, Story Bigger Than Me Rene Simmons (Graphic Design AAS)
GOLD – direct marketing, mate subscription box
“The design and photographic work are remarkable and a testament to the talent and hard work of the students and the dedicated mentoring of the faculty,” said Dr. Michael Sundblad, Dean of the Nashville State School of Arts and Humanities.
History of Nashville State ADDY Competition Results: 2023 – Nine students won 12 ADDYs 2022 – Four students won five ADDYs 2021 – Four students won seven ADDYs 2020 – Three students won seven ADDYs 2019 – Four students won four ADDYs (Also one student’s design was selected by a team of professionals for use on all marketing materials for the 2018 competition) 2018 – Five students won 10 ADDYs
All artwork won by Nashville State Community College students can be viewed by clicking this link.
The Nashville State Community College Foundation has provided a grant to cover tuition for six years, thanks to the generous support of private donors who fund scholarships and program enrichment funds.