June Cockburn Prize for Graduate Attributes

Published: 18 March 2021

This year's winners were Annika Elke Mazzarella and Charlotte Menzies-Runciman

Congratulations to the College of Arts Annika Elke Mazzarella and Charlotte Menzies-Runciman who were awarded the June Cockburn Prize for Graduate Attributes. 

Annika's project is MC&AS 2021 Cohort Assemblage and Charlotte project's University of Glasgow Queer Arts Festival.

This prize is awarded each year to two students or student teams. The prize comes with a monetary award which they use to pursue a project related to the development of graduate attributes. 

MC&AS 2021 Cohort Assemblage

The “MC&AS 2021 Cohort Assemblage” project is a printed pamphlet highlighting the work of graduate students of the Material Culture & Artefact Studies (MC&AS) core classes (ARTH5025, ARTH5042 and ARTH5086). This can include: object descriptions, critiques, interviews and posters, etc., in an effort to have a physical “souvenir” of the year we virtually studied via Zoom. 

Editorial committee contact: 2506306M@student.gla.ac.uk 

University of Glasgow Queer Arts Festival

The festival is set to take place on 20 and 21 March 2021, with some student workshops, screenings, and Q&As with some filmmakers organise. 

There is also an online art exhibition which will go live on the website on the weekend of the festival.

Our Instagram page: https://www.instagram.com/guqueerartsfestival/

First published: 18 March 2021

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