MOREHEAD – Morehead State University’s Gender Studies Program and the Department of History, Philospohy, Interdisciplinary Studies and Legal Studies are taking entries for the 2017 Judy Rogers Art/Media/Writing Contest.
Successful submissions will provide insights into gender issues within the context of American culture. The contest is open to currently enrolled MSU students.
Dr. Rogers began working at MSU in 1967 and was associate vice president for academic affairs and dean of undergraduate programs and professor of English when she left in 1997. She was an American Council on Education Fellow for 1995-96 and helped develop the women’s studies program at MSU. She was vice president for leadership and ethics at Georgetown College until 2004. She was president of Cottey College, an independent women’s college in Nevada, Missouri, but retired in 2015.
Writing submissions must be no longer than 10 pages; art submissions – 2D, 3D, media- must be exhibit ready. Both must include a cover sheet with name, contact information and email address.
Cash prizes ($50 for prose and poetry, $100 for visual arts and performance/video art) will be awarded.
Deadline for submission is Wednesday, March 1.
Additional information is available by contacting Dr. Ann Andaloro, gender studies director, at 606-783-2714 or email [email protected]