Posted on March 7, 2017
Two IARc graduate students; Emily-Kate Hannapel and Christopher Scott Vann, won the Heritage After Trump Award (HAT). The HAT competition awarded a prize of $1,000 to the best proposal for a cultural heritage program given the new Trump administration.
According to Emily-Kate, the idea came from conversations that Christopher and she have had over several years regarding historic preservation. Their winning competition entry consisted of a series of pseudo-tweets (pictured below) describing how the cultural heritage program could be disintegrated. They also wrote a proposal on how to rebuild the program with major improvements. Click on the link below to read the full proposal. http://crmplus.blogspot.com/2017/01/heritage-after-trump-award-winner.html.
Congratulations to Emily-Kate and Christopher!