The BEA 2015 Festival of Media Arts awarded several electronic arts students with first place and honorable mention prizes. Their work will be recognized at BEA’s annual convention in Las Vegas, April 12-15.
First place for website
EA students Derek Parker, Rebekah Gourley, Whitney Meador and Stephanie Martin earned first place in the student interactive multimedia competition for their interactive website for interdisciplinary programs.
Honorable mentions in video
Several earned honorable mention awards in the student video competition, including:
- Animation/Experimental/Mixed category: Sara Silkwood, Logan Fritts and Max Walling, for “Broken Bones”
- Narrative category: Taylor High, April Core, Josh Pfaff and Nick Dugan, for “Mara”
About the festival
The BEA Festival of Media Arts is an international exhibition of award-wining student works chosen in the following competitions: audio, documentary, interactive multimedia, 2-year/small colleges, news, scriptwriting, sports, and video. Winners receive recognition and exhibition of their works during at BEA’s annual convention.