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The Harboring
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Jeanne Duval. The Harboring. 1990, oil on canvas

Writer's Eye Awards Ceremony to be held Feb. 4

Celebrate the inspiration of art on the written word at the Bayly Art Museum's annual Writer's Eye Awards ceremony Feb. 4 at 3 p.m. in Campbell Hall, Room 153. First-place winners in each category (prose and poetry) and age level will read their entry during the ceremony. First, second, and third place winners in all categories will be honored, and honorable mention recipients will also be recognized. A reception at the museum will follow the awards ceremony. Each year the docents of the Bayly Art Musuem organize the Writer's Eye competition and local writers judge the submissions.

This year's program, the 14th, received almost 1,100 entries in prose and poetry, submitted in four age categories: grades 3-5, 6-8, 9-12, and university/adult. This year's winners are:

Grades 3-5

Poetry

First - Josephine Blount
Second - Sarah Mary Goldfarb
Third - Jake Parks, Emma Leslie Arata

Prose First - Chelsey Pippin
Second - Daisa Granger
Third - Laura Baginski

Grades 6-8

Poetry First - Sarah Chase-Levenson
Second - Janet Pan
Third - Lucia Strini
Prose First - Lydia Lictenberger
Second - Elizabeth Ribble
Third - Abigail Diamond

Grades 9-12

Poetry First - Malcolm Perkins
Second - Martisha Johnson
Third - Elizabeth Ochs
Prose First - Emily McMullen
Second - Will Anderson
Third - Sarah Merkel

University/Adult

Poetry First - Jessica Van Denend
Second - Thorpe Moeckel
Third - Penn Whaling
(No awards were given in the adult prose category this year due to an insufficient number of entries.)


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