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Writer's Eye Anthologies

  Writer's Eye 2013 publication
 

Writer's Eye 2013

72 pages, color illustrations
Paper
The Fralin Museum of Art at the University of Virginia, March 2014

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This anthology recognizes the winners of Writer's Eye 2013, an annual literary competition that challenges both children and adults to create original works of poetry and prose inspired by art in the Museum. Winning poetry and prose appears alongside color reproductions of the artwork that inspired the writings. The contestants submit entries in four age-related categories: grades 3-5, 6-8, 9-12, and university/adult. Local teachers and writers judge entries from children in the younger grades, and published writers Thorpe Moeckel and Mariflo Stephens judged entries from the high school and university/adult categories.




  Writer's Eye 2012 publication
 

Writer's Eye 2012

72 pages, color illustrations
Paper
University of Virginia Art Museum, April 2013

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This anthology recognizes the winners of Writer's Eye 2012, an annual literary competition that challenges both children and adults to create original works of poetry and prose inspired by art in the Museum. Winning poetry and prose appears alongside color reproductions of the artwork that inspired the writings. The contestants submit entries in four age-related categories: grades 3-5, 6-8, 9-12, and university/adult. Local teachers and writers judge entries from children in the younger grades, and published writers Joshua Poteat and Carrie Brown judged entries from the high school and university/adult categories.


  Writer's Eye 2011 publication
 

Writer's Eye 2011

68 pages, color illustrations
Paper
University of Virginia Art Museum, March 2012

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This anthology recognizes the winners of Writer's Eye 2011, an annual literary competition that challenges both children and adults to create original works of poetry and prose inspired by art in the Museum. Winning poetry and prose appears alongside color reproductions of the artwork that inspired the writings. The contestants submit entries in four age-related categories: grades 3-5, 6-8, 9-12, and university/adult. Local teachers and writers judge entries from children in the younger grades, and published writers Kevin McFaden and John Casey judged entries from the high school and university/adult categories.




  Writer's Eye 2010 publication
 

Writer's Eye 2010

72 pages, color illustrations
Paper
University of Virginia Art Museum, March 2011

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The anthology recognizes the winners of the twenty-fourth Writer's Eye competition. Their poetry and prose appears alongside color reproductions of the artwork that inspired them. This annual literary competition invites contestants from third graders to university students and beyond to create original works of poetry and prose inspired by art in the Museum's collection and in its special exhibitions.

Nearly 3.000 individuals participated in the tours, and many others sought out the artwork on their own. A total of 1,226 entries were received. The contestants submit entries in four age-related categories: grades 3-5, 6-8, 9-12, and university/adult. Teachers from local schools and writers judge entries from children in the younger grades. Published writers, Charlotte Matthews and Jack Trammell, judged entries from the high school and university/adult categories this year.


  Writer's Eye 2009 publication
 

Writer's Eye 2009

72 pages, color illustrations
Paper
University of Virginia Art Museum, March 2010

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The anthology recognizes the winners of the twenty-third Writer's Eye competition. Their poetry and prose appears alongside color reproductions of the artwork that inspired them. This annual literary competition invites contestants from third graders to university students and beyond to create original works of poetry and prose inspired by art in the Museum's collection and in its special exhibitions.

More than 2,900 individuals participated in the tours, and many others sought out the artwork on their own. A total of 1,140 entries were received. The contestants submit entries in four age-related categories: grades 3–5, 6–8, 9–12, and university/adult. Teachers from local schools and writers judge entries from children in the younger grades. Published writers, Sarah Collins Honenberger and John Casteen IV, judged entries from the high school and university/adult categories this year.


  The Writer's Eye 2008 publication
 

The Writer's Eye 2008

64 pages, color illustrations
Paper
University of Virginia Art Museum, February 2009

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The anthology recognizes the winners of the twenty-second Writer's Eye competition. Their poetry and prose appears alongside color reproductions of the artwork that inspired them. This annual literary competition invites contestants from third graders to university students and beyond to create original works of poetry and prose inspired by art in the Museum's collection and in its special exhibitions.

More than 2,300 individuals participated in the tours, and many others sought out the artwork on their own. A total of 1,029 entries were received. The contestants submit entries in four age-related categories: grades 3–5, 6–8, 9–12 and university/adult Teachers from local schools and writers judge entries from children in the younger grades. Published writers, Elizabeth Doyle Solomon and Kristen Staby Rembold, judged those from the high school and university/adult categories.