Ai Colorado Culinary Students' Skills on Display at The History Colorado Center
Culinary students from The Art Institute of Colorado, in collaboration with The History Colorado Center, created gingerbread houses depicting historic structures in Colorado. The houses are on display at The Center from November 25th through January 2nd. Visitors to the museum can cast their vote for their favorite house, with the student winner receiving a $1000 academic scholarship!
Ai Colorado Culinary students pose by their creations at The History Colorado Center in Denver.
Back row left to right: Capucine Bonnaud (Culinary Arts, Diploma), Daniel Huehn (Culinary Management, BA), Amanda Compton (Culinary Arts, Associate of Applied Science), Jacob Reschke (Culinary Arts, AAS), Daniel Reuter (Culinary Management, BA), Kelly Thomas (Baking & Pastry, AAS). Front row left to right: Emily Jahn (Baking & Pastry, AAS), Robert Fritschie (Culinary Management, BA), Sarah Zachrich (Baking & Pastry, Diploma), William Grandberry (Culinary Arts, AAS), Jason Carr (Culinary Arts, AAS), Julieanna Castro (Baking & Pastry, AAS).
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