The Mary Quaintance ‘84 Fund for the Creative Arts Award

The Mary Quaintance ’84 Fund for the Creative Arts was established in memory of Mary Quaintance, Class of 1984, to foster talents similar to those she developed in writing, film studies, and literature in the creative arts programs at Princeton University. One Sophomore or Junior enrolled in the Lewis Center for the Arts courses in Creative Writing or Visual Arts during this academic year, who has demonstrated talent in writing, film studies, or a combination of the two, will be awarded funds to pursue a project in the arts.

Open ONLY to Lewis Center Creative Writing or Visual Arts sophomores and juniors

Current Winners

The winners of the 2017 Mary Quaintance ’84 Fund for the Creative Arts Award are Kyle Berlin ’18 and Mariah Wilson ’18. Learn more about their creative work and summer plans »

Previous Winners

2016
Crystal Liu ’19
Chanyoung Park ’17

2015
Lydia Cornett ’16
Emma Michalak ’17

2014
Benjamin A. Denzer ’15

2013
Alexander Moss ’14
Jane Pritchard ’15

2012
Merrill E. Fabry ’14
Eleanor M. Wright ’14

2011
Stephen Martis ’12

2010
Chloe Hall ’11

2009
Ellen Adams ’10

2008
Michael L. Smith ’10

2007
Annika Leslie Louise Welander ’08