‘Human Question’ Photo Contest Prizes Awarded

December 15, 2011

Best in Show: Nevin Price-Meader, untitled photoWinners in the Fall 2011 'Human Question' photo contest were announced at the Pine Lake Holiday Dinner, held on Wednesday, December 7 in the Robertson Lodge at Hartwick's Pine Lake Campus.

Student photographers were asked to address the question posed by Hartwick's 2011-2012 'Human Question' campus theme: "What does it mean to be human?"

Nevin Price-Meader was awarded first prize for an untitled photo (at right).

Caitlin Rejman '13 was awarded second prize for her photo titled, "Reflection 2."

Shaun Kaminoff '14 received third prize for his photo "Human Question?."

Additionally, Alyssa Pearson '12 was recognized with an honorable mention for her untitled photo.

Serving as judges for the competition were: Seth Lucas '10, Coordinator of Challenge Education & Pine Lake Residency and Director of the Awakening Program; Eric Pedersen '11, Academic Intern in the Department of Art and Art History, and Dan Morse '97, Coordinator of Sustainability Programs for the Pine Lake Institute of Environmental and Sustainability Studies.

The photo contest was organized by Morse, Pedersen, and Katharine Kreisher, Professor of Art.

The "Human Question" photo show will be on display in the Robertson Lodge Gallery at Pine Lake through mid-spring 20112. The photo contest and show were supported by the 2011-12 'Human Question' campus theme, the department of Art and Art History, and the Pine Lake Institute for Environmental and Sustainability Studies.

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