Research in the Arts Contest

November 14, 4-6pm

An homage to John Cage's landmark composition of the same name, the 4 Minutes, 33 Seconds Contest highlights University of Georgia student research in the arts. The event offers an opportunity for students to win prizes and to share their creative inquiry with peers, faculty, administrators and alumni throughout the university community. The competition is open to any graduate student or undergraduate student working on an advanced project, who is conducting research related to the literary, visual, or performing arts or artists. This year's competition is coordinated by Katie Geha, director of the School of Art Galleries in the Lamar Dodd School of Art, and Gerald Ma, Editor-in-Chief of the The Georgia Review. The 4 Minutes, 33 Seconds Contest is part of UGA's annual Spotlight on the Arts festival.

Jurors for this years' competition:
Tracey Johnson, Assistant Professor, History and African American Studies
Neil Lyall, Associate Dean of Franklin College
Rodrigo Martini Paula, Assistant Professor in the English Department

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