Apr 30, 2007

2007 Sondheim Prize Semi-Finalists

I'm a 2007 Sondheim Prize Semi-Finalist! Therefore I will be less social this week than previously planned.

"For the second round of review the jurors will look at a larger amount of your work and will select approximately six artists who will be the finalists for the prize. These artists will have their work shown at The Baltimore Museum of Art. The remaining artists will be included in an exhibition at Artscape 2007 in the Decker and Meyerhoff galleries in the Fox Building of the Maryland Institute College of Art."-Gary Kachadourian, Visual Arts Coordinator, Baltimore Office of Promotion & the Arts

2007 Sondheim Prize Semi-Finalists:
  • Seth Adelsberger, Baltimore MD
  • Chul-Hyun Ahn, Baltimore MD
  • Lillian Bayley, Baltimore MD
  • Heather Boaz, Towson MD
  • Mark Cameron Boyd, Beltsville MD
  • Edward Brown, Salisbury MD
  • Lynn Cazabon, Baltimore MD
  • Richard Cleaver, Baltimore MD
  • Mary Coble, Washington DC
  • Kathryn Cornelius, Washington DC
  • Frank Hallam Day, Washington DC
  • Eric Dyer, Baltimore MD
  • Neil Feather, Baltimore MD
  • Shaun Flynn, Baltimore MD
  • Steven Frost, Washington DC
  • Dawn Gavin, Baltimore MD
  • Geoff Grace, Baltimore MD
  • Susannah Gust, Baltimore MD
  • Maren Hassinger, Baltimore MD
  • Sam Christian Holmes, Baltimore MD
  • Jason Horowitz, Arlington VA
  • Courtney Jordan, Baltimore MD
  • Brian Kain, Emmitsburg MD
  • Avish Khebrehzadeh, Washington DC
  • Magnolia Laurie, Baltimore MD
  • Joey P. Mánlapaz, Washington DC
  • Gabriel Martinez, Washington DC
  • Jeanette May, Alexandria VA
  • Lisa Moren, Baltimore MD
  • Brandon Morse, Takoma Park MD
  • Jeremy Rountree, Baltimore MD
  • Erik Sandberg, Washington DC
  • Tony Shore, Baltimore MD
  • Molly Springfield, Washington DC
  • Deirtra Thompson, Baltimore MD
  • René Treviño, Baltimore MD
  • Karen Yasinsky, Baltimore MD
  • Jason Zimmerman, Washington DC

2 comments:

a. said...

congrats!

love,
andyman

Tim said...

Well done Mr. Frost. Bernier would be proud.