Silent art auction raises scholarship money

When communication design professor Jack Sprague retired from UNT this spring, he turned his party into an opportunity to help students by raising money for scholarships in the College of Visual Arts and Design. A silent auction of his photography and artwork benefited the Jack Sprague Communication Design Scholarship Fund.

Sprague has been a member of the communication design faculty at UNT since 1990 and served as the program coordinator for 14 years. His awards have included the Dallas Society of Visual Communications' 2008 Golden Orchard Award, a national lifetime achievement award for design education. He owns and serves as educational director of The Smart Center in Santa Fe, N.M.

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