ELLEN HANSEN MEMORIAL PRIZE
The Ellen Hansen Memorial Prize is awarded annually
to a UCD woman student whose original creative project best demonstrates
the bravery and independence of women. The $1,000 Prize is named for
the student who was killed in 1981 while hiking in the Santa Cruz mountains.
Ellen Hansen's courageous resistance allowed her hiking companion to
escape and survive the attack. Her attacker was later identified as
the "Trailside Killer."
Ellen's father, Robert J. Hansen, a UC Davis professor of Veterinary
Medicine, established the annual award in 1986 as a tribute to his daughter,
and to encourage the creative pursuits of other women students. Ellen
was a UCD student and a talented artist, musician and poet.
CONGRATULATIONS TO ELLEN HANSEN WINNERS!
Winner of Ellen Hansen Prize 2011: Ashley Eslick
Honorable Mentions: Seyedehmina Doroud
APPLY FOR THE ELLEN HANSEN MEMORIAL PRIZE
This $1,000 prize is awarded annually for an original
creative project that best demonstrates the bravery and independence
of women. All UC Davis women students - undergraduates, graduate and
professional school students - are eligible for the prize. All entries
will be exhibited at the Pence
Gallery in a juried show in May 9-25, 2014.
WHAT QUALIFIES AS AN "ORIGINAL CREATIVE PROJECT"?
Painting • Sculpture • Design • Performance Art •
Fiction • Film • Dance • Photography • Poetry
Creative Nonfiction • Musical Composition
DEADLINE FOR 2013 SUBMISSIONS IS WEDNESDAY, APRIL 2nd AT 5PM.