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10 Challenges-2011

LtoR: Rose Delamare,Joanna Turner, Mike Poltorak, Roger Just, Max Harrison & Sarah Molisso

Third year undergraduate students have the opportunity to do a Photographic or Video Project in Visual Anthropology in the final Spring Term. For the video project the course begins with students making symbolic cameras that represent their own unique involvement and creativity in their projects. These cameras (see right), remind them of their artistic and creative visions during the trials and challenges of the collaborative process. The resulting videos are screened in the Summer Term to an enthusiastic group of staff, students and visitors. Two prizes are awarded. The first, the Roger Just Visual Anthropology Prize, is awarded by Professor Roger Just, much admired by students for his inspirational teaching. The second prize is voted on by the audience. This year the judges decided that Runners Up prizes were also awarded. Below are the projects, click on the link to see some of the films and learn more of the projects.

Max Harrison     Danny the… (Roger Just Visual Anthropology Prize) Christian Hurley & Joshua Delport      We Are Anthropologists (Audience Prize) Joe  Gallagher      Breaking the First Rule Thomas Clover    Live Anthropological Role Play  (Runner Up-Audience Prize) Michael Ralph     Redheads

Sarah Molisso     The Bubble   (Runner Up Roger Just Visual Anthropology Prize)

Joanna Turner &  Rose Delamare        Young at Heart (Runner Up Roger Just Visual Anthropology Prize) Rosemary Headland & Dulcie Ruttley-Dornan    Naughty Legs Becca Toop      Homeless but Not Helpless (Runner Up-Audience Prize) Julian Warner      Who Arrested Will and Gregg

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