Applications are invited for the Louis Sudler Prize in the Arts, a $1,500 annual prize established in 1983. The deadline for submitting applications is 5 p.m., Friday, March 8, 2013.
The Sudler Arts Prize is awarded to that graduating undergraduate senior from the Zanvyl Krieger School of Arts and Sciences, the G.W.C. Whiting School of Engineering, the School of Nursing, or the Peabody Institute, or that fourth-year student in the School of Medicine who, in the opinion of those faculties, has demonstrated excellence and the highest standards of proficiency in performance, execution, or composition in music, theater, dance, fiction, poetry, painting, drawing, sculpture, photography, film, or videotape.
The Sudler Arts Prize Committee, composed of faculty and administrators from the Homewood Campus, the School of Nursing, the Peabody Institute, and the School of Medicine, will review the applicants and their supporting materials and recommend a candidate. Under the terms of the Prize, the final selection is to be made by the President.
Guidelines for competing for the Sudler Prize and an application form may be downloaded from this Web site.
The Sudler Arts Prize Committee also considers candidates for the President's Commendation for Achievement in the Arts, a service award honoring a graduating undergraduare senior in the Krieger School of Arts and Sciences, the Whiting School of Engineering, the School of Nursing, or the Peabody Institute who has contributed extensively to the arts in the Homewood and/or Baltimore communities. For more information click here and follow this link for an application.
2012 Emily Feinberg, visual arts
2011 Philip Wolf, cello perfomance
2010 Joanna K. Pearson, poetry
2009 Paul Eliasson, lutherie
2008 Anita Sivaraman, dance
2007 Matthew Stofferahn, composition and
2006 Rowena McBeath, violin performance
2005 Mónica López-González, piano performance
2004 Claire Jeong, cello performance
2003 Kathleen M. Kvortek, photography
2002 Jeffrey Arkles, photography
2001 The Barnstormers, theater
2000 Taka Ariga, cello and piano performance
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