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Snowshoe Resort selects work created by graphic design students

Snowshoe Resort has chosen graphic designs by Shepherd students enrolled in the Professional Practices II class to promote several upcoming special events. The class presented design concepts on December 1 to Snowshoe’s creative, event, and marketing teams.

“We went there knowing one design solution would be selected to promote the Winter 2018 Homegrown Festival,” said Kristin Kaineg, associate professor of graphic design. “We left with a total of four design solutions selected to promote events throughout the season.”

Work by Shane Harris, Shepherdstown, was chosen to promote the Winter 2018 Homegrown Festival; Mathew Wheatley, Germantown, Maryland, created a design that will be used to promote the Summer 2018 Homegrown Festival; a design by Ariana Hagenau, Shepherdstown, will promote the Wine and Jazz Festival; and Andrea Cooper, Bridgeport, Tori Chopin, Charles Town, and Christina Rossomondo, Woodbine, Maryland, created a design that will be used to promote Beats on the Basin.

Students pictured with their work are (l. to r.) Victoria Chopin, Charles Town; Christina Rossomondo, Woodbine, Maryland; Andrea Cooper, Bridgeport; Mathew Wheatley, Germantown, Maryland; Shane Harris, Shepherdstown; and Ariana Hagenau, Shepherdstown. Photos by Andrea Cooper.