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Tuesday, July 5, 2011

WBGU-TV brings home three Tellys

Judging has been completed for the 32nd annual Telly Awards, and WBGU-TV has won two bronze Telly Awards and one bronze People's Telly Award. The Tellys honor the best video and film productions; Web videos, commercials and films; and local, regional and cable TV programs, segments and commercials.

WBGU-TV's "BGSU: 100 Years of Excellence, 100 Years of Change" won bronze Tellys in both the Documentary and Copywriting categories.

The local program "Cinema U," which showcases productions by BGSU students and community members, won a bronze People's Telly in the PBS TV Programs/Segments category.

Telly awards are selected by the Silver Telly Council; People's Tellys are selected by the online community.

The Silver Telly Council, the judging and oversight body, is made up of top industry professionals who are past winners of a Silver Telly, the highest honor. The Telly Awards receive over 13,000 entries annually from leading advertising agencies, production companies, TV stations, cable companies, interactive agencies and corporations.

Welcome Home

Louis Orr

Men's Basketball Coach Louis Orr brings the essentials to his new office inside the Stroh Center during moving day July 1.

Read 'In Brief' about an alumna honored for teaching

Read today's In Brief section to learn about a 2008 BGSU graduate who was named the 2011 BCSN Teacher of the Year.



BGSU
in the news

Moving day at the Stroh Center
- WUPW
- Sentinel-Tribune

Cartwright leaves BGSU bigger, better
- WUPW

Inside the Stroh Center
- Sentinel-Tribune

Baby boomer divorce rate rising according to BGSU study
- Fox Business
- Fresno Bee

Dailey Named Chair Of Humanities At BGSU Firelands
- The Lakewood Observer


NOWOH Art Show to be held at BGSU Art Galleries

Artists of all skill levels are invited to submit their work to the fourth annual Northwest Ohio (NOWOH) Community Art Exhibition at BGSU.

Artists 16 years old and older from the following counties are eligible: Defiance, Erie, Fulton, Hancock, Henry, Lucas, Ottawa, Paulding, Sandusky, Seneca, Williams and Wood. Entry fees are $15 for artists 16-18 years old and $30 for artists 19 years and older. Each entrant is limited to three artworks. The submission date is July 7.

Entry information and further details can be found online at www.NowohArtShow.org. Registration can be completed online, or by mailing the entry form with payment to: BGSU Galleries, 1000 Fine Arts Center, Bowling Green, Ohio, 43403.

The show will open with a reception from 7-9 p.m. July 15 and will continue through July 24. All events will take place at the Fine Arts Center and are free and open to the public.

This year, the show will present the first Ethnic Cultural Arts Program (ECAP) Award. In addition, professional arts jurors will award more than $1,000 in cash prizes and gift certificates in several categories.

Volunteers are needed and volunteering artists qualify for registration discounts. Contact Jacqui Nathan at galleries@bgsu.edu for more information.

Gallery hours are noon-4 p.m. Thursday-Sunday with extended hours on Thursday from 5-8 p.m.

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July 05, 2011