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Sondheim Prize Finalists 2014: Photos from The Walters

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Photo Preview of the Seven Sondheim Finalists

This year marks the ninth for the BOPA sponsored Janet and Walter Sondheim Prize. Like last year, the exhibition of finalists will be hosted by The Walters Art Museum in their Special Exhibitions Gallery. The exhibit opens on Saturday, June 21 and is well worth a visit.

BmoreArt’s official Sondheim review will be published early next week, but you can enjoy our photos from the new exhibit featuring the seven finalists: Lauren Adams, Kyle Bauer, Shannon Collis, Marley Dawson, Neil Feather, Kyle Tata, and Stewart Watson. The award and reception at the Walters will be on Saturday, July 12. Don’t forget to vote for your favorite in the BmoreArt Sondheim Poll!

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Walters Executive Director Julia Marciari-Alexander introduces the 2014 Sondheim Finalists
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Neil Feather with Ian MacLean Davis

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Shannon Collis

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Marley Dawson

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Kyle Bauer

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Kyle Bauer

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Lauren Adams with John Shields, Manager of Docent and Internship Programs at The Walters

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Kyle Tata

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Stewart Watson

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 * Photos by Ian MacLean Davis and Cara Ober

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