Installation view of sonic sculpture inside colorful CERN in the LHC ALICE Detector in Switzerland.
2020 Harold and Arlene Schnitzer Prize in the Visual Arts First Place Winner Nicole L'Huillier's El Poema de la Fábrica Cósmica. Image courtesy of the artist.

2020

First Prize: Nicole L’Huillier, G, Media Lab (Opera of the Future)
Second Prize: Rae Yuping Hsu G, ACT
Third Prize: Jonathan Zong G,  Visualization Group, CSAIL
Honorable Mention: Elaheh Ahmadi ’20, Electrical Engineering and Computer Science
Honorable Mention: Siranush Babakhanova ’20, Physics

 

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2017 Schnitzer First Prize Recipient Ani Liu's Mind Controlled Spermatozoa, 2017.

2017

First Prize: Ani Liu G, Course 4 (Media Arts and Sciences)
Second Prize: Angel Chia Ling Chen G, Course 4 (Art, Culture and Technology)
Third Prize: Jessica Sarah Rinland G, Course 4 (Art, Culture and Technology)
Honorable Mention: Edwina Portocarrero G, Course 4 (Media Arts and Sciences)
Honorable Mention: Anne Marie Graziano G, Course 4 (Architecture)

 

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Ani Liu’s Mind Controlled Spermatozoa.

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A gallery wall of photographs.
Installation of photographs by Qiuying Lai, 2016 Schnitzer Prize Recipient.

2016

First Prize: Joshuah Jest G, Course 4 (Art, Culture and Technology)
Second Prize (tie): Laura Perovich G, Course 4 (Media Arts and Sciences)
Second Prize (tie): Emily Tow G, Course 2 (Mechanical Engineering)
Third Prize: Chris Kerich G, Course 21W (Comparative Media Studies/Writing)
Honorable Mention: Qiuying Lai ’17, Course 6 (Electrical Engineering and Computer Science)
Honorable Mention: Deniz Tortum G, Course 21W (Comparative Media Studies/Writing)

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Installation of photographs by Qiuying Lai in the Wiesner Student Art Gallery.