CONCORD UNIVERSITY REFLEXES ANNOUNCES CONTEST WINNERS
Sarah M. Pritchett
Office of Advancement
PO Box 1000, Athens, WV 24712
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Reflexes, Concord University’s Arts Collective, would like to congratulate the first-place winner and runners-up of the 2019 Halloween Contest.
The first-place winner is Allyson Boland for her poem “Tomb.” Allyson’s poem captures the tension between wanting to bear children and the fear that doing so might endanger the child’s life while still in the womb.
The first runner-up is Bryce Painter for his artwork inspired by Henrik Ibsen’s play Hedda Gabler. Bryce’s artwork entered the contest through his English professor, Dr. Anthony Patricia. The piece allows viewers to meditate over Hedda’s fateful choice during the play’s finale.
Gillian Cochran is the second runner-up. Her painting is also based on the play Hedda Gabler. All of the winning works provide emotional heft, intellectual fodder, and technical skill.
Concord University Reflexes hosts an annual Halloween Writing and Art contest.
Organizers wish to thank the Fine Arts Department, the English Department, and the students and staff who have supported Reflexes.
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