Antioch student honored by Nossi College of Art

Community. Collaboration. Competition. Each semester, Nossi College of Art students gather for the Senior Portfolio Show and Semester Award Ceremony to support each other’s achievements while competing to take home an award of achievement.

Cory Harkins (right) receives an award from Ms. Nossi Vatandoost, President of Nossi College of Art during the Spring Semester Award Show. Photo by Karlie Fuerst.

Cory Harkins (right) receives an award from Ms. Nossi Vatandoost, President of Nossi College of Art during the Spring Semester Award Show. Photo by Karlie Fuerst.

Cory Harkins of Antioch, Tenn., and graduate of Antioch High School was one of 61 students nominated from the Spring Semester. Harkins was nominated for three awards and took home two, the Class Participation Award and Ambassador Award. The Ambassador Award was given because of his steadfast effort as President of Nossi College’s Kappa Pi Chapter in addition to being a mentor and leader in the creative school, as a whole.

Harkins was one of 17 award winners in seven categories. Adjunct faculty members who happen to also be creative professionals choose winners in five of the categories, Most Improved, Class Participation, Most Creative, Excellent Student and Talent Discovery.

Nossi College of Art offers professional, creative associate and bachelor degrees in Interactive Design, Graphic Design Media, Photography, Video & Film and Commercial Illustration. Offering a new degree this fall, and the first of its kind in the area, the bachelor in Web & Interactive will launch Fall 2016. Nossi College of Art is now accepting applications for limited placement this fall. Learn more by visiting Nossi.edu.