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Announcing the Joel Grae and SusAnna Bernard Grae Antiquities Prize
The “Art and Artifacts from the Collections of Joel Grae and SusAnna Bernard Grae” are now a part of the regular collection of antiquities in the William Singer Gallery of the Sherman Museum of Jewish Civilization (located in Mortensen Library). The collection includes pieces that were a part of ancient near eastern art and religion as far back as 2000 BCE and artifacts that were created in the 20th century.
The Graes have generously donated an archaeological artifact as a prize for an outstanding student work or creative project about the antiquities exhibition.
Submissions can be PowerPoints, artistic or photographic projects, as well as research papers that examine one or more artifacts in the collections. Submissions must be received no later than April 30, 2010, at the Maurice Greenberg Center for Judaic Studies (located in Auerbach 110). The prize will be awarded at a Greenberg Center event during the spring semester.
Research papers or creative projects may be part of courses in any part of the University, but must be submitted to the Greenberg Center for judging. For more information on the prize, please write to Professor Richard Freund at email@example.com, or call 860.768.4964.