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SPC Art Instructor Elizabeth Indianos Wins Big

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Greek Consulate General Alexandros IoannidesSPC Art Instructor, Elizabeth Indianos, was invited to join the team of one of the nation’s leading architecture, engineering and consulting firms, RS&H, noted for pioneering the building of our National Space Program launch platforms, global airports and highway systems across the country.

“RS&H is thrilled to add noted public artist, Elizabeth Indianos, on its team to serve the Tampa-Hillsborough Expressway Authority (THEA). THEA recently awarded RS&H a three-year Planning and Design services contract to assist with its future public art plans. Ms. Indianos art can be found throughout Florida and the nation, including Tampa International Airport, the Marion Transit Center, 13th Avenue Pedestrian Bridge (Gainesville) and the WTC (New York).”  — Michael J. Coleman, PE Florida Transportation Planning Leader RS&H

Additionally, Prof. Indianos’ screenplay, LIBERTAIRE, the untold story of writer, Joseph Pulitzer, artist Auguste Bartholdi and Lady Liberty, won the following awards in Toronto, New York, Cape Cod and Los Angeles:

  1. TOP TEN Screenplay 2016 Toronto 14thFemale Eye Film Festival (Pictures include photo with Greek Consulate General of Toronto, Alexandros Ioannides)
  2. WINNER BEST SCREENPLAY 2016 19thLong Island International Film Expo
  3. WINNER BEST SCREENPLAY 2016 1stRunner-up 25th Woods Hole Film Festival.
  4. 2016 QUARTER FINALIST NICHOLLS FELLOWSHIP (Top 5%. 357 of 6915 scripts)

Finally, Prof. Indianos made an academic presentation to the 2016 American Foundation of Greek Language and Culture (AFGLC) and to the Daughters of the American Revolution, Caladesi Chapter this past Summer.

Congratulations, Prof. Indianos!


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