Each year Lander University's Department of Art gives students the opportunity to showcase their best work in an annual juried exhibition in the university's Monsanto Gallery. Winners of Lander's 20th Annual Juried Student Exhibition were announced at the exhibit's opening in April. Receiving the Best of Show for his photograph titled "In Case of Death," was Gene Ellenberg of Hodges. Pictured, front row, from left, are: Hali Kitchen of Greenwood, third place for printmaking; Natalia Brown of Mauldin, first place for graphic design; Jennifer Smith of Ware Shoals, third place for painting; and Ali Hammond of Saluda, second place for painting. Second row, from left, are: Nena McConnell of Greenwood, first place for painting and drawing, honorable mention for mixed media; Melissa Humphries of Greenwood, first place for photography and the Exhibitor's Choice award; Minleesha Shell of Columbia (29203), second place for printmaking; and Gabriella Contreras of Due West, second place for sculpture. Third row, from left, are: Gene Ellenberg of Hodges, Best of Show and first place for sculpture; Ralph Westbrook of Greenwood, third place for sculpture; James Neff of Boiling Springs, third place for graphic design and second place for drawing; and Grace Contreras of Due West, honorable mention for drawing. Also receiving awards, but not pictured, were: Taylor Cowan of Greenwood, third place for drawing; Tanita Jefferson of Fountain Inn, first place for printmaking; Lizzie King of Saluda, second place for graphic design; Doris McInnes of Greenwood, honorable mention for sculpture; and Megan Mckee of Greenwood, second place for photography.