Art Student Wins UT System Award for Work

Bryce Bennett
Bryce Bennett

A student in the Department of Art & Art History has received The University of Texas System Board of Regents’ Outstanding Student Award in Arts and Humanities for his exceptional work in the visual arts.

Bryce Bennett was recognized for outstanding two-dimensional work for his photographic series, Beneath and Inside Out. Bennett is a senior photography major who works as a photo lab technician in a work-study position at UT Arlington. He also teaches several photo workshops on behalf of the University.

“My time at UT Arlington has been marked by much growth not only as an artist, but also as an individual,” Bennett said. “I have found the art department at UT Arlington to cultivate an open-minded and diverse environment for a young artist, which has allowed my creativity and conceptual processes to progress in ways I had not thought possible.”

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"Window #3," from Bryce Bennett's "Inside Out" photography collection was included in his application for The University of Texas System Board of Regents’ Outstanding Student Award in Arts and Humanities. Bennett and a student from UT Austin won. (Photo contributed)
“Window #3,” from Bryce Bennett’s “Inside Out” photography collection was included in his application for The University of Texas System Board of Regents’ Outstanding Student Award in Arts and Humanities. Bennett and a student from UT Austin won. (Photo contributed)

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