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Art professor receives Community Service Award

Cindy Marsh, art professor at Austin Peay State University, received the Clarksville-Montgomery County Chamber of Commerce Faculty Distinguished Community Service Award.

Marsh, who also is director of the Goldsmith Press at APSU, was recognized for receiving the prestigious award during APSUs Annual Honors and Awards Ceremony held April 29. The award is presented each spring to a full-time faculty member at APSU and is based on service to the community. Emphasis is placed on contributions that have enhanced the quality of life in the area.
Cindy Marsh, art professor at Austin Peay State University, received the Clarksville-Montgomery County Chamber of Commerce Faculty Distinguished Community Service Award.

Marsh, who also is director of the Goldsmith Press at APSU, was recognized for receiving the prestigious award during APSU's Annual Honors and Awards Ceremony held April 29. The award is presented each spring to a full-time faculty member at APSU and is based on service to the community. Emphasis is placed on contributions that have enhanced the quality of life in the area.

Earning a bachelor's degree in printmaking and painting and a master's degree in printmaking and commercial art, Marsh specializes in creative printing and illustration, artists' books and printmaking.

Her works have appeared in the Whitney Museum of Art, Los Angeles Museum of Contemporary Art, Berkeley Museum of Art and at Scripps College and the University of Wisconsin. -- Melony Shemberger