The Kelsey Museum is excited to announce the four winners of the 2018–2019 Jackier Prize Competition: Jacqueline Cope, Noa Eaton, Ciara Nolan, and Alexandra Wormley. Please visit the 2018–2019 Jackier Prize page to learn more about them and read their essays. This contest is made possible by the generosity of Eleanor and Lawrence Jackier (class of '64).
As Jackier Prize winners, these students will work with Kelsey Museum staff to put together an exhibition of their selected objects. This display will be on view at the Kelsey Museum from Tuesday, March 26, through the end of May. Jacqueline, Noa, Ciara, and Alexandra will also be honored on April 9th with an awards ceremony where they will meet Eleanor and Lawrence Jackier.
The Jackier Prize is an undergraduate essay contest open to students from across the university. Interested students are invited to write a short essay about an object or objects from the Kelsey Museum. Learn more about the Jackie Prize Competition here.