Tuschhoff wins 2012 Dogwood Festival art contest
The planning committee for the Dogwood Festival of the Lewis-Clark Valley announced Andrew Tuschhoff, a staff member of Lewis-Clark State College, as the winner of the 2012 festival art contest on Friday.
"The committee had a very difficult decision to make," said Lisa Jones, Director of LCSC Continuing Education & Community Events, the department which oversees the Dogwood Festival. "Everyone was very impressed with all of the submissions."
Entries came from LCSC students and staff, and community members from across the valley. "It was exciting to put the opportunity out to the community and see the variety of entries come through," Jones said.
Tuschhoff's design will be used to promote the Dogwood Festival, which is a series of community events throughout the month of April. The design will be incorporated into t-shirts, brochures, and the event's website.
Tuschhoff is a graphic design specialist at Lewis-Clark State College. His winning design can be viewed at: www.lcsc.edu/dogwood/contest/2012/winner.jpg
The 2011 contest winner was LCSC student Jestine Estes. Commemorative 2011 t-shirts with the 2011 design are currently for sale at the Dogwood Festival office. This year's t-shirts will be available in March.
For more information about the Dogwood Festival visit: www.lcsc.edu/dogwood.