Congratulations (en)Gendered Winners!

Center: I'll Miss Our Little Talks by Erica Huang

Center: I’ll Miss Our Little Talks by Erica Huang

Thank you all for coming out to the opening reception of (en)Gendered, we were blown away by the huge turnout!  The Jury was impressed by all of the wonderful the submissions on this year’s theme Words and Works: Dialogues in Intersectionality  and they had a very hard time choosing the pieces that go on to the Art and Music Library. We are so pleased to announce the winners of the Juror’s Prizes and Honorable Mentions:

Juror’s Prizes

  • H2OK?! by Quy Chau Duong
  • I’ll Miss Our Little Talks by Erica Huang
  • Oscillation by Emily Gross-Rosenblatt

Honorable Mentions

  • Blinds by Marika Azoff
  • Neverland by Erica Huang
  • The Scariest Things by Amanda Lai
  • The Tailings Collection by Ling Rao
  • Olympia by Marta Tiesenga
  • The Persian Lady by Harshita Mira Vankatesh
  • Mahjong, Family, Culture by Bonnie Shuang Wu

Congratulations to all of you!

Many thanks to Sage Art Center and the Department of Art and Art History for collaborating with SBAI on yet another fantastic exhibit. If you missed the opening, we hope that you’ll head over to the Art and Music Library next week to see the winning pieces, they will be on display until February 27th.

Bottom Right: Olympia by Marta Tiesenga

Bottom Right: Olympia by Marta Tiesenga

Amanda Budreau's Get It Off Your Chest Booth invited you to record an anonymous message, and allowed viewers to listen to the messages.

Amanda Budreau’s Get It Off Your Chest Booth invited you to record an anonymous message, and allowed viewers to listen to the messages.

 

Quy Chau Duong's H2OK?!

Quy Chau Duong’s H2OK?!

Guest Juror Heather Layton, Senior Lecturer in Art, announcing the Honorable Mentions

Guest Juror Heather Layton, Senior Lecturer in Art, announcing the Honorable Mentions in front of                     Private Pouting: Pillow Power by Woori Bae

A member of the Jury, Joan Saab, Chair of Art and Art History, in front of Huang's I'll Miss Our Little Talks (left) and Gross-Rosenblatt's Oscillation (right)

A member of the Jury, Joan Saab, Chair of Art and Art History, in front of Huang’s I’ll Miss Our Little Talks (left) and Gross-Rosenblatt’s Oscillation (right)

 

 

 

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