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Finding Aid for the Wonderland Award Submissions collection

Finding aid prepared by Jacqueline Morin, 2011

Summary Information

Repository
USC Libraries Special Collections
Title
Wonderland Award Submissions collection
Collection no.
0293
Date
2005-
Extent
40.0 Linear feet
Language
English
Descriptive Summary
The Wonderland Award Submissions Collection is comprised of nearly 250 student entries for the annual contest related to Lewis Carroll. The award was established in 2004 with the sponsorship of Linda Cassady. The primary purpose of the Award is to promote and encourage the use of the G. Edward Cassady, M.D. and Margaret Elizabeth Cassady, R.N. Lewis Carroll Collection, held in Doheny Library at USC.

Preferred Citation

[Identification of item], Wonderland Award Submissions collection, Collection no. 0293, Special Collections, USC Libraries, University of Southern California

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About the Award

The Wonderland Award is an annual multidisciplinary competition that encourages new scholarship and creative work related to Lewis Carroll (1832-1898). The award was established in 2004 with the sponsorship of Linda Cassady.

The first award was made in the spring of 2005; speaking at that event was the great-granddaughter of Alice [Liddell], Vanessa St. Clair. Since then, there have been almost 250 student submissions and the success of the program prompted USC to open the competition to students from other Southern California colleges and universities for the 2011 award. With continued sponsorship of Linda Cassady and strong support from the USC Libraries, it is planned that the eighth annual Wonderland Award in 2012 will be open to students from all schools in California.

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Scope and Contents

The collection consists of almost all of the student projects for the Wonderland Award contest from 2005 through 2012 including the artist's statement that is submitted along with the student's project. The collection includes paintings, essays, stories, sculptures, video presentations, games, scrapbooks, a quilt, and many other types of assemblages based on Lewis Carroll and his creations, especially Alice.

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Arrangement

The collection is arranged chronologically beginning with the 2005 competition.

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Administrative Information

Publication Information

USC Libraries Special Collections
2011
Doheny Memorial Library 206
3550 Trousdale Parkway
Los Angeles, California, 90089-0189
213-740-5900
specol@usc.edu

Revision Description

 Finding aid updated by Tiffany Chu,, 2013

Conditions Governing Access

The collection is open for research use. Advance notice is required for access.

Conditions Governing Use

All requests for permission to publish or quote from these materials must be submitted in writing to Special Collections. Permission for publication is given on behalf of Special Collections as the copyright owner, as stipulated in the Wonderland award submissions guidelines.

Acquisition

Since the beginning of the award contest in 2005, all award submissions became part of the G. Edward Cassady, M.D. and Margaret Elizabeth Cassady, R.N. Lewis Carroll Collection of the USC Libraries. To avoid confusion with the Lewis Carroll collection bequeathed to USC by George Cassady, the Wonderland Award projects were removed from that collection and assigned their own separate collection title and number. Each year, the contest submissions are added to this collection following the award ceremony in the spring.

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Related Materials

Related Archival Materials

Related archival materials exist in the G. Edward Cassady, M.D. and Margaret Elizabeth Cassady, R.N. Lewis Carroll Collection, which also contains more than 3000 rare books, early pamphlets, letters, and other items related to the work of Lewis Carroll. Most of these items have been catalogued individually through USC Libraries library catalogue; some of the ephemera and more recent articles and clippings are included in the archival materials and are described in a separate finding aid. (See Other Finding Aids note).

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Controlled Access Headings

Corporate Name(s)

  • University of Southern California. -- Awards

Title(s)

  • Alice's Adventures in Wonderland
  • Wonderland Awards--Archives

Genre(s)

  • Contests

Personal Name(s)

  • Carroll, Lewis, 1832-1898 -- Archives
  • Cassady, Linda -- Archives

Subject(s)

  • Alice (Fictitious character: Carroll)--Archives
  • Fantasy literature--Archival resources

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Other Finding Aids

A separate finding aid exists for the archival materials in the G. Edward Cassady, M.D. and Margaret Elizabeth Cassady, R.N. Lewis Carroll Collection of Ephemera. The link to it on the USC Libraries website can be found here:

http://www.usc.edu/libraries/finding_aids/records/finding_aid.php?fa=0392

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Collection Inventory

Series 1:  2005 Wonderland Awards 

Box Binder

 Ephemera 2004-2010 

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3-ring binder of articles, clippings, invitations, and other ephemera assembled by Linda Cassady pertaining to the annual Wonderland Award competition.

1 1
Box Folder

 Against the Current 2005 

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Full length play by Emily M. Brauer. 86 pages.

1 1

 Alice 2005 

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Two versions of a short story by Janna Smith.

1 2

 Alice, Eaten 2005 

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A series of twelve poems by Siel Ju. Letter of application included.

1 3
Map-case Drawer

 Alice in Los Angeles 2005 

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A series of six photographs by Chris Marshall and Tyler Sharp. Artist's statement: "This piece is a visual interpretation of Lewis Carroll's classic children's tale, Alice in Wonderland. It brings the tale into an urban landscape, updating the story with a modern perspective. "Alice in Los Angeles" focuses on the misleading nature of the characters Alice encounters on her quest for peace in a mad world. It was shot with a 4 x 5 large format view camera and is printed on 20 x 24 matte paper." Photos are mounted on cardboard; total size of each piece is 24" x 26."

8 3
Box Folder

 [Alice in Wonderland] 2005 

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Film by Michael Tringe, on DVD. 6:40 minutes. No dialogue. Cast: Jessica Stevenson. Filmed at the Los Angeles County Art Museum.

1 5

 Dancing Through the Looking Glass 2005 

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Shiloh Goodin's submission for the Wonderland award contest: Dancing Through the Looking Glass: with the USC Repertory Dance. Two programs of the performance, USC School of Theatre, 2004. DVD of performance, accompanied by application and letter of recommendation.

1 6

 Day at Disneyland on Acid, A  2005 

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Jonathan Pekar's entry in the Wonderland Awards contest. DVD, 16 minutes.

1 7

 Dinah 2005 

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Short story by Julia Paajanen. 4 pages.

1 8

 Down the Rabbit Hole 2005 

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Film by Lindsay Trapnell, on videocassette. About 7 minutes. Produced at the University of Southern California in 2005 by Jeff Chen, Lindsay Trapnell; photographed and edited by Jeff Chen. Summary: A dying woman, Alice, gives a party to celebrate her life with her friends.

1 9

 Down the Smoking Barrels of Wonderland 2005 

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Screenplay by Sola Aiyegbusi. Two versions: "Wonderland Down a Barrel" (53 pages) and  "Down the Smoking Barrels of Wonderland" (117 pages). 3rd prize winner in 2005 Wonderland Awards contest.

1 10

 Eat Me/ Drink Me/ Blue-eyed Dream 2005 

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Short story by Calvin J. Crawford. 23 pages. Submission summary: Short story that puts a perspective twist on Lewis Carroll's classics Alice's Adventures in Wonderland and  Through the Looking Glass, and What Alice Saw There.

1 11

 Eight Supplemental Verses to Lewis Carroll's "You Are Old, Father William" 2005 

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Poetry by Hailey Hoffman. 4 pages.

1 12

 Emperor's New Clothes, The 2005 

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Scholarly essay by Emi Kiyoizumi and Mary Beth Tegan.

1 13

 End of the Second World War Did Not Bring an End to Conflict, The  2005 

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Scholarly essay by Laura Diamond which had accompanied artwork by email.

1 14

 [Evidence of] Alice's Escape 2005 

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Essay and pamphlet by Paolo Matteucci and Sabrian Ovan. Essay is 12 pages long. 2nd place in 2005 Wonderland Awards contest.

1 15

 Jabberwocky 2005 

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Sophie Tusler's entry in the 2005 Wonderland awards contest. A reading of Lewis Carroll's poem, "Jabberwocky" on CD-ROM, about 5 minutes.

1 16

 King of the Cloud-Dogs 2005 

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A collection of poems by Julia J. Godley. Full title: King of the Cloud-Dogs: A Collection of Poetry Concerning the Fantastical Occurrences in Everyday Life. 19 pages, unnumbered. Spiral-bound.

1 17

 Lewis's Adventures Underground 2005 

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Screenplay by Evan Gaustad. 32 pages.

1 18

 Mad Tea Party, A 2005 

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A Mad Tea Party [videorecording] performed by Andy Huang, Craig Schinnerer, Christina Frenzel, Matthew Boatman, Jim Kincaid, John Ahouse; film by Katherine Tincher. 1 VHS tape, about 6 minutes. Summary: Two scholars and Alice attend a tea party hosted by the Mad Hatter, the March Hare, and the Dormouse.

2 1

 Neverland Meets Wonderland 2005 

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Scholarly essay by Monique N. Simpson. Full title: Neverland Meets Wonderland: Understanding Michael Jackson Through the Looking-Glass of Charles Lutwidge Dodgson.

2 2

 Painted Path, The 2005 

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Isaac Hagy's entry in the Wonderland Award contest. 1 videodisc (DVD), about 7 minutes. Summary: "The Painted Path has no mad tea party, no crying swine, and no mock turtle; rather what I have taken from [Lewis] Carroll is the rabbit hole of youth, the transition from child to adult, when one realizes that he or she, as an individual, must navigate the absurd adventures of life."-- Liner note.

2 3

 Sascha's Adventures Underground 2005 

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Illustrated novella by Charles Mallison and Lauren Tyler. 113 pages. 1st prize in 2005 Wonderland Awards contest.

2 4

 Sentences First--Verdicts Afterwards 2005 

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Photograph by Brigid McManama showing prisoners in some kind of holding cell. Caption beneath photo reads, "And the Queen of Hearts declared, 'Sentences first--verdicts afterwards.'"

2 5

 Taylor Tim 2005 

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Poem by Michael J. Stephan. 1 page plus comments and notes. 4th place in 2005 Wonderland Awards contest.

2 6

 Today 2005 

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Film by Marisa Kozak. 4th place in 2005 Wonderland Awards contest.

2 7

 [Untitled] 2005 

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Three oil paintings by Melony Bronder. Words from "Jabberwocky" are written along the tops and bottoms of the paintings. Each painting is 20" x 30."

10 1
Box Object

 [Untitled] 2005 

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Collage on a box by Patrick Shin. Strips of poetry and illustrations glued on the inside of a painted shoebox.

8 1
Box Folder

 [Untitled] 2005 

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Mounted print by Emily Tetri. 8 1/2" x 16."

7 1

 Visit Wonderland 2005 

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Mounted print by Jessica Druxman. 14 1/2" x 11."

5 1

 Wonderland Went Woe Is Me: Lobster Quadrille: An Experiment 2005 

Scope and Contents note

Movie on CD-ROM and essay by Jade Werner and Krista Walton.

2 8

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Series 2:  2006 Wonderland Awards 

Box Folder

 Alex's Date(s) in the Underground 2006 

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Short story by Michael Quiroz. Full title: Alex's Date(s) in the Underground: A Very Own Invention by Michael Quiroz. 11 pages.

2 9

 Alice's Wonderland 2006 

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Song on CD-ROM by Amy Tran (lyrics) and Gary Lee (music). Typed copy of lyrics with CD.

2 10

 Blend Structure in Lewis Carroll's "Jabberwocky" 2006 

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Scholarly essay by Nathan Go. Full title: Blend Structure in Lewis Carroll's "Jabberwocky": Using Optimality Theory Towards a Creative Understanding of the Poem. 13 pages.

2 11

 Bringing Back the Picture 2006 

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Dissertation chapter by Ahmet Suner, Ph.D. candidate in the department of comparative literature, USC. Full title: Bringing Back the Picture: A Critical Reassessment of Wittgenstein's Pictures and an Interpretatiion of Alice's Picture Books. 116 pages.

2 12

 Collective 2006 

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Prose (or poetry) by Gabriela Jauregui. 3 pages.

2 13

 Curiouser and Curiouser [Or Orange Marmalade] 2006 

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Illustrated collage booklet by Veronique Van Pelt. 3rd place in 2006 Wonderland Awards contest.

3 1

 Day Dreamland Opened Its Doors, The 2006 

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Poem by Scott Reding. [Author's note: After a facsimile of the original Alice's Adventures Under Ground.] 4 pages. 2nd place in the 2006 Wonderland Awards contest.

3 2

 Dinah's Adventures Underground 2006 

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Short story by Natasha Alvandi. Full title: "Dinah's Adventures Underground: A Fragment of the Lost Manuscript by Lewis Carroll." 1st place in the 2006 Wonderland Awards contest.

3 3

 Fruminous Final, The 2006 

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Film by David Server. Student is preparing for a final exam on fairy tales. DVD. 4th place in the 2006 Wonderland Awards contest.

3 4

 L and the Fermish, The 2006 

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Essay by Richard Reid. 5 pages.

3 5

 On a Golden Afternoon 2006 

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Poem and DVD by Marisa Kozak.

3 6
Box

 Quandripplicated Quiddlt 2006 

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Quilt and accompanying poem by Tiprin Follett.

3, 12
Box Folder

 [Untitled] 2006 

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Short story by Daniel Dyba. [Author's note: This story was inspired by Lewis Carroll's Alice in Wonderland and  Through the Looking Glass.] 5 pages.

3 8
Box

 Who Are You? 2006 

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Acrylic painting on canvas by Lara Boudreaux.

30
Box Folder

 Wonder in Aliceland 2006 

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Short story by Mary Traester. 14 pages. 4th place in the 2006 Wonderland Awards contest.

3 9

 Wonderland 2006 

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Song by Jeffrey Lipinski. CD-ROM and typed lyrics.

3 10

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Series 3:  2007 Wonderland Awards 

Box Folder

 Contest Winners 2007 

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Photograph of the 2007 Wonderland Awards contest winners: Jonathan Hamrick, Janet Thielke, Paul Legault, Megan Anderson, Tara Crowl, Erik Ohlson, Melanie Wagor.

3 11

 Adventures in Wonderland 2007 

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Essay by Emily Ansara Baines. 14 pages.

3 12

 Alex in Wonderland 2007 

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Film (on DVD) and essay by Nathaniel Anderson.

3 13

 Alice in Wonderland 2007 

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Film by Daniel Johnson. DVD.

3 14

 Alice in Wonderland 2007 

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Photo essay by Derrick Sun. Mounted on cardboard folded accordion-style.

3 15
Box

 Be What You Seem To Be 2007 

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Abstract sculpture by Benjamin Brown. Wood, foil, and other materials. Author's note: title comes from a quote in Alice's Adventures in Wonderland.

11
Box Folder

 Bono and a Thousand Centipedes 2007 

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Novella by Melanie Hoyt. 53 pages, plus abstract and chapter summaries.

3 16

 Feeling Like Alice: Drug Subcultures and Lewis Carroll's Alice in Wonderland 2007 

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Scholarly essay by Carla Rivera. 12 pages.

3 17

 From Humpty Dumpty to I Am the Eggman 2007 

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Scholarly essay by Vicki Tisdale. Full title: "From Humpty Dumpty to I Am the Eggman: A Look at Lewis Carroll and John Lennon." 14 pages.

3 18

 Golden Afternoon 2007 

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Film by Melanie Wagor. DVD. 4th place in the 2007 Wonderland Awards contest.

3 19

 In the Wake of Fame 2007 

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Film by Dominic Rustam. DVD.

3 20

 Jabber 2007 

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Film by Adam Williams. 3:30 minutes. DVD.

4 1

 Lost in the Woods: The Journey and the Crown 2007 

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Screenplay by Rissa Brutus. 28 pages.

4 2

 Metamorphosis 2007 

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Music score and CD by Michael John Mollo.

4 3

 My Convestanciance 2007 

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Poem of portmanteaus by Julia Paajanen.

4 4
Box Object

 Scrapbook 2007 

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Scrapbook by Janet Thielke. Mixed-media assemblage of photos, drawings, poems, and objects. 2nd place in the 2007 Wonderland Awards contest.

8 2
Box

 Send Woolen Manager 2007 

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Stuffed, knitted doll created by Megan Lowe Anderson. Inspired by Lewis Carroll's poem, "The Hunting of the Snark." Doll is stuffed with little pieces of papers containing lines from the poem. Essay regarding the creation of the doll accompanies it. 4th place in the 2007 Wonderland Awards contest.

6
Box Folder

 Through the Looking Glass 2007 

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Essay by Rissa Brutus. 2 pages.

4 5

 [Untitled] 2007 

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Murder mystery by Jillian Burcar.

4 6
Box Object

 [Untitled] 2007 

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Two-part photo essay by Lizzie Finnegan.

8 3
Box Folder

 Voiceless Mother, The 2007 

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Audio recording of a poem on 2 CDs by Erik Ohlson. 4th place in the 2007 Wonderland Awards contest.

4 7

 Whatcha Say, Jabberwock? 2007 

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Short story by Jonathan Hamrick. 23 pages. 1st place in the 2007 Wonderland Awards contest.

4 8

 Who is the Walrus? 2007 

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Essay by Tara Crowl. Full title: "Who is the Walrus? The Influence of Lewis Carroll on the Works of John Lennon." 13 pages. 4th place in 2007 Wonderland Awards contest.

4 9

 Wonderland: A Girl in Three Parts 2007 

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Poem by Paul Legault. 2 pages. 3rd place in the 2007 Wonderland Awards contest.

4 10

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Series 4:  2008 Wonderland Awards 

Box Folder

 Alarm Goes: Whoop 2008 

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Short story by Luisa Villani. 5 pages including artist's statement.

4 11

 Alex in Wonderland 2008 

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Film by Nadia Nikolic.

4 12

 Alice 2008 

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Poem by Kiyomi Dong. 3 pages including poem, photocopy of a photograph, and artist's statement.

4 13

 April Out of the Echo Phone 2008 

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Short story by Jonathan M. Hamrick. Full title: "April Out of the Echo Phone: A Short Story In a Sentence." 4 pages. 1st place in the 2008 Wonderland Awards contest.

4 14

 At the Library and What Achilles Found There 2008 

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Imaginary conversation by David Weissman. Full title: "At the Library and What Achilles Found There: A Dialogue in the Spirit of Lewis Carroll and Douglas R. Hofstadter." 5 pages.

4 15

 Cloth Above the Door, The 2008 

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Short screenplay by Teresa Lo. 10 pages plus artist's statement.

4 16

 Darkness Follows 2008 

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Screenplay by Katie Lovejoy. 115 pages.

4 17
Map-case Drawer

 Drink Me 2008 

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Color photograph by Sativa Novak. 24" x 36." 4th place in the 2008 Wonderland Awards contest.

8 4
Box Folder

 Frabjous Feelings 2008 

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Short nonsense poem with portmanteaus by Adam Benkato.

4 19
Box

 Imagining of the Desk of Lewis Carroll, An 2008 

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Art installation by Sara Hegarty. A compilation of objects chosen to represent the personality and interests of Lewis Carroll. Included are: 41 small illustrated playing cards, two cabinet cards of little girls, a brass table mirror, a writing tool, a pink ribbon or sash from a little girl's dress, and an 1863 school arithmetic book. Artist's statement included with items. 4th place winner in the 2008 Wonderland Awards contest.

7

 Jessica Druxman's Irrationali-tea Set 2008 

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17-piece ceramic tea set with 4 invitations and a photo album depicting students having a tea party with the creator's tea set. 4 tea bags were also included in the installation, but were removed from the collection for the sake of preservation and pest control. The tea bags were photographed, and the photos put into the box with the other objects.

9
Box

 Gryphon 2008 

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Framed text from Looking Glass in the shape of a griffin. Author's statement included with object. 22" x 12."

5
Box Folder

 Lewis Carroll Limericks Contest, The 2008 

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Collection of limericks by Arvind Iyer. Full title: "The Lewis Carroll Limericks Contest: Musings in Eight Fittings." 1st prize in the 2008 Wonderland Awards contest.

4 20

 Looking Glass Me, The 2008 

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Poem by McKinley Belcher III. 3 pages. 3 copies.

4 21

 Mixed Signals 2008 

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Screenplay by Sharifa Rohlehr. 132 pages plus artist's statement.

4 22

 Morning Checklist 2008 

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Poem by Seth Michelson. Artist's statement included.

4 23

 Shade 2008 

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Poem by Lindsay Nelson. 3 pages including artist's statement.

4 24
Map-case Drawer

 Silent Reading 2008 

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Mounted collage by Kelly Combs. 32" x 40." Artist's statement is glued on back of collage.

8 4
Box

 Stroke Permanence 2008 

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Pen-and-ink drawing by Imran Shafi. 8 1/2" x 11" drawing mounted on 13 1/2" x 16" board. Artist's statement with drawing.

5
Box Folder

 Tale of Wonder, A 2008 

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Myspace online pages created by Thomas Coppin. Folder contains summary of submission and a photocopy of the screen shot of the Myspace page. Actual online page is at: www.myspace.com/A_Tale_Of_Wonder.

4 25

 Three-Way, The 2008 

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Play by William Nedved. 66 pages plus artist's statement.

4 26
Map-case Drawer

 Through the Other Looking Glass 2008 

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Oil painting by Myra Yepez. 18" x 24."

8 4
Box Folder

 Trembling Boundaries in Wonderland 2008 

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Scholarly essay by Erika Wenstrom. 14 pages. 4th place in the 2008 Wonderland Awards contest.

4 28
Map-case Drawer

 [Untitled] 2008 

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Color photo print by Elizabeth Acosta. 30" x 40." Artist's statement included.

8 4

 [Untitled] 2008 

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Oil painting by Janelle Carbajal. Depiction of Lewis Carroll being literally "tied down" by his characters from Alice in Wonderland. 16" x 20" canvas on wood frame. Artist's statement included.

8 4

 Welcome to Lewis Carroll 2008 

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Mounted collage by Rebecca Medina. 16" x 20." Artist's statement is included with collage.

8 4
Box

 Who Are You? 2008 

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Digital image of a painting by Ramon Hurtado. 15 1/2" x 9 3/4." Artist's statement included with art.

5
Box Folder

 Wonderwall 2008 

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Screenplay and film by Melanie Wagor. Film on DVD.

4 29

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Series 5:  2009 Wonderland Awards 

Box Folder

 52 Haikus inspired by Lewis Carroll's Alice in Wonderland 2009 

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Haikus written on playing cards - by Chris Perrigue.

13 1

 Acrimonious Acrostics: Verse Versus Verse 2009 

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6 pages of Acrostics - Arvind Iyer

13 2

 Alexei in Wonderland 2009 

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Short Story - Stephan Clark

13 3

 Alice and Sire Tree 2009 

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Poem and drawing - John Gudenzi.

13 4

 Alice and the Underground, or, the Pump Don't Work 2009 

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Screenplay - Janet Thielke

13 5
Box

 Alice in Wonderland Board Game 2009 

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Large three-dimensional board game based on Alice in Wonderland. Created by Radhika Vikas Ponda.

15
Map-case Drawer

 Alice in Wonderland Rock/Burlesque Posters 2009 

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Two posters on board by Scott Newman, each 11" x 16."

8 2

 Alice's Adventures in Scaryland 2009 

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Short story matted on board by Myra Yepez. 12 1/2" x 15."

8 2
Box Folder

 Alice's Adventures Online 2009 

Scope and Contents note

Film by Kassandra Zuanich on DVD. This project received a Special Recognition Award.

13 6
Box

 Alicia en Loteria Land 2009 

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Mixed media kit containing cards, boards, game pieces, and an Artist's Statement in the form of a letter to Lewis Carroll. Ghia Godfree's entry took First Place.

18
Map-case Drawer

 Anonymous Painting on Papyrus 2009 

Scope and Contents note

Painting on papyrus, artist unknown. 36" x 25."

8 2
Box

 Birthday Present for Alice From Lewis Carroll 2009 

Scope and Contents note

Box with digital frame and photographs by Lisa Losorelli. Digital frame was returned to student.

16a
Box Folder

 Bonny Bill Replies: A Tribute to Lewis Carroll 2009 

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Poem by Reed Simonsen. Includes Artist's Statement.

13 7

 Cardborigami 2009 

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Bound book with architectural plans; includes artist's statement by Tina Hovsepian.

13 8
Map-case Drawer

 Callooh Callay 2009 

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Mixed media artwork on large mirror by Katie Walker. 50" x 30."

8 5

 Charles Lutwidge Dodgson and the Court of Public Opinion: A Marriage of Irrationality 2009 

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Colored pencil and ink collage by Janelle Carbajal. Collage is 16" x 13 1/4" and includes Artist's Statement.

8 2
Box Folder

 Compulsive Daydream 2009 

Scope and Contents note

The pen-and-ink drawing was returned to the student. Folder contains color reproduction of drawing and artist's statement only.

13 10
Map-case Drawer

 Croquet with Cards 2009 

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Mixed media collage by Timothy Ho. 41" x 10."

8 3
Box Folder

 Curious: My Wonderland 2009 

Scope and Contents note

Film on DVD by Leah Sargent. Winner of the White Rabbit award.

13 11
Box

 Down the Rabbit Hole 2009 

Scope and Contents note

Hanging spiral sculpture by Allie Altschuler.

16b
Map-case Drawer

 Down the Rabbit Hole 2009 

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Framed color illustration by Kathleen Johnson.

9 2
Box Folder

 Dress Collection, The 2009 

Scope and Contents note

Keith Henkel's project included a collection of dresses and a portfolio of photographs and essays about the dresses. The dresses themselves were returned to the student. The folder contains only the portfolio and Artist's Statement. This project was the recipient of the Dormouse Prize.

13 13

 Empty 2009 

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Mixed-media/poetry and poems - Kanak Agrawal.

13 14

 Falling into Wonderland 2009 

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Poem and CD - Jaelle Christine Johnson.

13 15

 Flowers can Talk Too 2009 

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Proposal for musical installation - Teddy Raven

13 16

 Follow the White Rabbit 2009 

Scope and Contents note

Music video - Ana-Claudia Magana

13 17
Map-case Drawer

 How Does Achilles Win the Race? 2009 

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Two paintings on canvas by Nicole Ferguson. Each painting is 20" x 20" x 1."

8 2
Box Folder

 In the Forest 

Scope and Contents note

Film and DVD plus artist's statement by Joseph Tamas.

13 18
Map-case Drawer

 Inspirations from Nature 2009 

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Three oil paintings by Wen Lee, each 11" x 14."

8 2

 Intrusion of the White Rabbit on the Artist's Summer Soil 2009 

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Painting by Dennis Chow. 12" x 16" x 2."

8 3
Box Folder

 Jabberwock 2009 

Scope and Contents note

Screenplay - David McCracken.

13 19

 King Caterpillar: Explain Yourself 2009 

Scope and Contents note

Spoken-word poety and analysis by Veronique Van Pelt.

13 20

 Le jaseroque qui burbule: A Trumble Through Language and Mind 2009 

Scope and Contents note

Scholarly paper by Adam Benkato.

13 21

 Lewis 2009 

Scope and Contents note

Poem and artist's statement by Sarah Hawley.

14 1

 Liddell Book of Letters, The 2009 

Scope and Contents note

Mixed Media scrapbook with mirror - Kelly Combs Third Place prize winner.

14 2
Map-case Drawer

 Life and Chess 2009 

Scope and Contents note

Poster by Joseph Sarafian. 19" x 25."

8 2
Box Folder

 Mobius 2009 

Scope and Contents note

Short Film on DVD - Alexander Aguirre.

14 3

 NeverWonderLand 2009 

Scope and Contents note

Film of performance and soundtrack by Marissa Goodhill.

14 4

 Nonsenset 2009 

Scope and Contents note

Screenplay - Crystal Chavarria.

14 5

 Note on Moore's Paradox, A 2009 

Scope and Contents note

Scholarly paper by Sam Shpall.

14 6

 Of Deep-Fried Chicken Wings and Complicated Mechanical Chairs; Or, a Statement on My Tiny Poems 2009 

Scope and Contents note

Miniature book of poems by Kathryn Strong.

Special Recognition award.

14 7
Box

 Origami Sculpture 2009 

Scope and Contents note

Small paper origami mobile with Artist's Statement by Yihan Yang.

17
Map-case Drawer

 Painting Roses Red 2009 

Scope and Contents note

Collage by Shelley Hacco. 16" x 20."

8 2
Box Folder

 Queen of Hearts 2009 

Scope and Contents note

Digital Artwork and CD - Sean Manning.

14 8
Box

 Strange Case of a Mad Tea Party, The 2009 

Scope and Contents note

Mixed media scrapbook by Heidi Ippolito.

16b
Map-case Drawer

 Tea Party from a Bottle, A 2009 

Scope and Contents note

Oil painting on canvas by Tamar Zadiguian. 24" x 36."

8 2
Box

 Through the Cookinglass 2009 

Scope and Contents note

Small crocheted dolls in a black bag accompanied by a poem by Cecilia Poon.

17
Box Folder

 Through the Looking-Glass, The Looking-Glass Edition 2009 

Scope and Contents note

Mixed media booklet by Ashley Crowder.

14 10

 Tinglepunt out and about 2009 

Scope and Contents note

Poetry by Benjamin Dodson.

14 11
Map-case Drawer

 Untitled 2009 

Scope and Contents note

Digital artwork by Ezra Edmond. 16 1/2" x 22."

8 2
Box Folder

 Untitled Work 2009 

Scope and Contents note

Large multi-media pieces by Nihura Montiel were retained by student. Folder contains only color reproductions of the artwork and Artist's Statement.

14 12

 Variations on a Theme by Lewis Carroll 

Scope and Contents note

Mixed media scrapbook was returned to student, Michelle Lee. Folder contains only color reproductions of the scrapbook and her Artist's Statement.

14 13
Box

 What Alice Found There: A Cabinet of Wonder(land) 

Scope and Contents note

Wicker basket of objects with Artist's Statement by Naomi Frank.

16a
Box Folder

 Who the Fizzle Are You? 2009 

Scope and Contents note

Mixed Media Drawing: Colored Pencil, Soft Pastel - Julia Kim.

14 14

 Why Not? Paint the Roses Red and Some Other Visual Modern Malice in Wonderland 2009 


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Scope and Contents note

Mixed media collage and small bag of objects by Natalie Angiuli.

Map-case Drawer

 Wonderland 2009 

Scope and Contents note

Oil pastel on paper by Emily Yin Mao. 18" x 24."

8 2
Box Folder

 Wonderland 2009 

Scope and Contents note

Five drawings on 5 x 7 boards by Emily Yu. Second Place Award Winner.

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Series 6:  2010 Wonderland Awards 

Box Folder

 A Flower to Talk To 2010 

Scope and Contents note

Decorated Mannequin head by Amy Shayne which was returned to artist. Artist statement only

19 1

 Algorithm Wonderland : The Logic of Non -Ordinary Reality 2010 

Scope and Contents note

Portfolio by Wendy Campbell

20 2

 Alice in the Gust of Wonderland 2010 

Scope and Contents note

Digital Artwork by Gloria Dominez

21 8

 Alice's Alphabet 2010 

Scope and Contents note

Booklet: "Alice's Alphabet" by Genevieve Kaplan which was awarded 2nd place.

19 3

 Alice the Conductor 2010 

Scope and Contents note

Artist statement only. Decorated clock by Michelle Lee which was returned to artist

19 4
Map-case Drawer

 Ashley's Wonderland 2010 

Scope and Contents note

Collage by Ashley Margo

8 4
Box Folder

 Beauty Woman 2010 

Scope and Contents note

Painting by Jiazhi(Edith)Wu

20 6

 Before the Storm 2010 

Scope and Contents note

Animated Film with storyboards by Ryan Kravetz

19 6

 Chards 2010 

Scope and Contents note

Building toy and artist's statement by James Taylor.

19 7

 Chasing the Impossible 2010 

Scope and Contents note

Digital Artwork by Aislinn Glennon

20 1

 Cinematic Nonsense 2010 

Scope and Contents note

Film by Eric Weintraub

19 8
Map-case Drawer

 Down 2010 

Scope and Contents note

Digital composition by Lucas Peterson

8 4
Box Folder

 Financial System Down the Rabbit Hole, The 2010 

Scope and Contents note

Academic paper by Paul Cervantes

19 10

 Four artworks 2010 

Scope and Contents note

Artist statement only. Four artworks by Stephen Taylor which were never submitted

19 11

 Frabjous, Beamish, Bandersnatch, and Slithy 2010 

Scope and Contents note

Ceramic pieces by Gabrielle Exner. Artist's statement and photo of ceramic pieces only

19 12

 Gentlemen of the South Sandwich Islands, The 2010 

Scope and Contents note

Board game by James Taylor

19 26

 Hatter Madder Maddest 2010 

Scope and Contents note

Poem by Saba Razvi

19 13

 Hatter's Table 2010 

Scope and Contents note

A Logic game created by Sean Bouchard, J. Logan Olsan and Elizabeth Swensen

19 14

 I met a Curious Boy in Travelling 2010 

Scope and Contents note

Poem by Sydni Chiles

19 15

 Jabberwocky 2010 

Scope and Contents note

Film by Ian Rickett

19 16

 Letters to the Queen 2010 

Scope and Contents note

Mixed Media Assemblage by Lindsay Nelson

19 17

 Lewis Carroll (It Was About Time He Had) A Portrait 2010 

Scope and Contents note

Oil on canvas by Myra Yepez which was awarded the 3rd place

19 18

 Lines on my Epitaph Read, The 2010 

Scope and Contents note

Limmeric-riddles by Mohit Goenka

19 27

 Looking Through the Glass 2010 

Scope and Contents note

Short story by Marvin Ferraz

19 19

 Love in Wonderland 2010 

Scope and Contents note

Short story by Lauren Park

19 20

 Mind's World, The 2010 

Scope and Contents note

Audio recording by Hans Crump

19 23

 Phantasmagoria 2010 

Scope and Contents note

Film by Jonathan Jimin Hong

19 21

 Phantasmagoria 2010 

Scope and Contents note

A audio recording by Austen Lee

19 22

 Stream of Consciousness 2010 

Scope and Contents note

Mixed media collage by Michelle Lee which was taken back by her.

19 24

 Tart 2010 

Scope and Contents note

Short story by Joshua Bernstein

19 25

 Red Queen Hypothesis, The 2010 

Scope and Contents note

Painting on canvas by Alyssa Ortez

20 7
Box

 Through the Looking-Glass and What I found There 2010 

Scope and Contents note

Mixed Media Collage by Megan Chin

22, 28
Box Folder

 Through the stained glass 2010 

Scope and Contents note

Large format pencil sketch by Parvathi Subbiah

19 29

 Untitled artwork 2010 

Scope and Contents note

Untitled Artwork by William Sullivan Brown

20 2

 Wayne in Wonderland 2010 

Scope and Contents note

Short story by Kelsey diLaura

19 30

 Where Do You Want to Get To? 2010 

Scope and Contents note

Artwork by Tiffany Jane-Marie Pereira

20 5

 Where is Alice ? 2010 

Scope and Contents note

Drawing by Natalie Rodriguez

20 4

 Wonderland 2010 

Scope and Contents note

Diorama by Claudia Otten

21 1

 Wonderland at Sunset : A Case of Vanishing 2010 

Scope and Contents note

Prose by Brandon Reynolds was awarded the 1st place

19 31

 Wonderland Relic Fragments 2010 

Scope and Contents note

Artwork(collage) by Xin Yi

20 3

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Series 7:  2011 Wonderland Awards 

Box Folder

 Alice Sketches, The 2011 

Scope and Contents note

CD, lyrics, and artist's statement by Veronique Van Pelt; music recorded and mixed by Carina Lin. This entry was awarded first place.

23 1

 Alice's Adventures in Wonderland: How This Fantasy Was Motivated 2011 

Scope and Contents note

Academic paper by Katie Christian.

23 2

 Alice's Medical Cookbook 2011 

Scope and Contents note

Creative cookbook for curing medical illnesses found in Wonderland by Mayra Martinez, with artist's statement.

23 3

 All That Nonsense 2011 

Scope and Contents note

Academic paper by Nicole Aguirre.

23 4

 Annotated Aurora in Wonderland, The 2011 

Scope and Contents note

Poem and artists's statement by Vanessa Lopez.

23 5
Box

 Carroll 2011 

Scope and Contents note

Board game, instructions, and artist's statement by Andrei Pavalescu. Second place winner in the 2011 Wonderland Award contest.

24
Map-case Drawer

 Come to Wonderland 2011 

Scope and Contents note

Three posters for an ad campaign called "Come to Wonderland" with artist's statement by Cynthia Macias.

8 4
Box Folder

 Dreaming 2011 

Scope and Contents note

Poem and artist's statement by Josephine Chou.

23 6
Box

 Dress of Dreams, The 2011 

Scope and Contents note

Dress created by Alice Li, with artist's statement.

26
Map-case Drawer

 Enchanted 2011 

Scope and Contents note

Drawing on paper of Alice in Wonderland plus artist's statement by Yoon Ji (Angie) Nam.

8 3
Box

 Enter Alice 2011 

Scope and Contents note

Mixed-media sculpture and artist's statement by Andra Christian.

25
Box Folder

 Escape 2011 

Scope and Contents note

Photograph and artist's statement by Julia Bossmann..

23 7

 Frabjous Creation, A 2011 

Scope and Contents note

Website created by Sara Behbahani in which a user answers a series of questions to yield two one-word answers that are later merged in in the poem "Jabberwocky" taking the place of Lewis Carroll's invented words. Behbabhani's artist's statement is the only physical item in the collection. The website is: www.frabjouswords.com.

23 8

 From Wonderland to Reality 2011 

Scope and Contents note

Dance video production (on DVD) and artist's statement by Ruben G. Medina.

23 9, 28

 Jabberwock 2011 

Scope and Contents note

Screenplay and artist's statement by David McCracken.

23 10

 Literary Criticism in Wonderland: A Parody in Three Lit Crit Fits 2011 

Scope and Contents note

Literary criticism by Shandi Stevenson.

23 11
Map-case Drawer

 Memento Mori 2011 

Scope and Contents note

5 poster-size photographs of students holding a skull, plus artist's statement by Jayson Kellogg.

8 3

 Perpetual Wonder 2011 

Scope and Contents note

Photo collage, CD, and artist's statement by Blair Strong. (CD is part of "CD/DVD Submissions in Box 23, Folder 28.)

8 3
Box Folder

 Quotation Gardens 2011 

Scope and Content

Short story and artist's statement by Ana Paulina Lee.

23 14

 Rabbit-Hole Receptionist, The 2011 

Scope and Contents note

Short story and artist's statement by Tamar Altebarmakian.

23 15

 Repetition in Madness 2011 

Scope and Contents note

Photographic collage by Mark Teshirogi. Artist's statement and photocopy of artwork; original project was returned to contestant.

23 16

 Return, To Your Town 2011 

Scope and Contents note

Poems and artist's statement by Mohit Goenka.

23 17

 Silver Spoons and Lesson Books 2011 

Scope and Contents note

CD, printed lyrics, and artist's statement by Catherine Rose Smith.

23 18
Box

 Through My Looking Glass: My Nonsense Makes Sense 2011 

Scope and Contents note

Peep box ("Gurgleplunk") and lesson plan with artist's statement by Angela Barron.

23, 27
Box Folder

 Versions of Alice in Wonderland, Underland, and Adaptations In Between: A Look at Femininity in the Alice Worlds 2011 

Scope and Contents note

Academic paper by Brittany Candau.

23 20

 Well?-- 2011 

Scope and Contents note

Short story and artist's statement by Sean Fitz-Gerald.

23 21

 Well Well Well 2011 

Scope and Contents note

Short play and artist's statement by Geoffrey Plauger.

23 22

 We're All Mad Here 2011 

Scope and Contents note

Artwork and artist's statement by Anya Levy. Entry was returned to contestant.

23 23

 Whereabouts Unknown 2011 

Scope and Contents note

Animated film on DVD, plus artist's statement by Edwin Lee.

23 24, 28
Map-case Drawer

 Whimsicle Fondue 2011 

Scope and Contents note

CD of songs with artwork and artist's statement by Robert Braden.

8 3
Box Folder

 Wonderland 2011 

Scope and Contents note

Poem by Sarita Mantravadi.

23 25

 Wonderland 2011 

Scope and Contents note

Website and artist's statement by Seojon Lee. Only artist's statement is physically in collection. The website address is: http://www.seojonlee.net/wonderland.

23 26

 WonderLess Trip Down the Rabbit Hole, A 2011 

Scope and Contents note

Scrapbook and artist's statement by Vinodh Venkataraman.

23 27

 CD/ DVD Submissions 2011 

Scope and Contents note

DVD containing seven of the entries for the 2011 Wonderland Award. Included are:

"Escape" (photograph) by Julia Bossman

"Whimsical Fondue" (Artwork and music) by Robert Braden

"Whereabouts Unknown" (Animated film) by Edwin Lee

"From Wonderland to Reality" (Dance performance) by Ruben Medina

"Silver Spoons and Lesson Books" (Music --sculpture is housed separately) by Catherine Rose Smith

"Perpetual Wonder" (Photographic collage) by Blair Strong

"The Alice Sketches" (Music --separate CD also in collection) by Veronique Van Pelt and Carina Lin

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Series 8:  2012 Wonderland Awards 2012 

Box Folder

 Alice in Wonderland Book Cover 2012 

Scope and Contents note

Artwork and artist's statement by Kowoon Jung.

29 1

 Alice's Scrapbook 2012 

Scope and Contents note

Mixed-media book and artist's statement by Lindsey Jones. This entry was awarded second place.

29 2
Map-case Drawer

 A Mad Tea-Party 2012 

Scope and Contents note

Artwork and artist's statement by Joyce Lee.

6 5

 Asleep 2012 

Scope and Contents note

Digital artwork and artist's statement by Xi Jenny Cho.

9 5
Box Folder

 Atom's Alternate Universe 2012 

Scope and Contents note

Artwork, music, and artist's statement by Madison Cook (pseudonym of Nicholas Brown).

29 5

 Give Me Honor 2012 

Scope and Contents note

Short story and artist's statement by Lyn Peek.

29 6

 Grabbing Up the Let Go! 2012 

Scope and Contents note

Poem and artist's statement by Pierre Pandy.

29 7

 Grace 2012 

Scope and Contents note

Film and artist's statement by Alanna Hanson. Website for film is at:

http://vimeo.com/37944810 Password: Grace

29 8

 Light Bulb 2012 

Scope and Contents note

Film and artist's statement by Andrew Aidman. Film is a streaming video and can be viewed at:

http://vimeo.com/22542827

29 9
Map-case Drawer

 The Looking Glass 2012 

Scope and Contents note

Artwork and artist's statement by Ariana Papademetropoulos.

9 5
Box Folder

 Nuala in Wonderland 2012 

Scope and Contents note

Play and artist's statement by Anna Lisa McClelland.

29 11

 Off With Her Head 2012 

Scope and Contents note

Artwork and artist's statement by Abigail Siniscal.

29 12
Map-case draw

 Portraits from the Gallery of the Royal Palace of Hearts 2012 

Scope and Contents note

Mixed media paintings and artist's statement by Styles Akira. This entry was awarded third place.

9 5
Box Folder

 The Queen Invites You to a Baseball Game! 2012 

Scope and Contents note

Short story and artist's statement by Lowry Pierich.

29 14
Object Oversize

 Queen Victoria of Hearts 2012 

Scope and Contents note

Mixed-media artwork and artist's statement by Andrew Woodham. This entry was awarded first place.

Free-standing
Box Folder

 Summer Rain 2012 

Scope and Contents note

Short story and artist's statement by Matthieu Munoz.

29 16
Box

 Through the Looking-Glass or Down the Rabbit-Hole 2012 

Scope and Contents note

Mixed-media artwork and artist's statement by Zach Siegel.

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Series 9:  2013 Wonderland Awards 2013 

Box Folder

 Adventures in Wonderland 2013 

Scope and Content

Graphic novel pages and artist's statement by Sarah Ledesma.

35 1
Box

 Alice Chess 2013 

Scope and Content

Modified chessboard, molded/painted pieces, artist's statement and instructions written in verse in a red folder ("Rules in Rhyme") by Lindsey Jones. This entry was awarded the Dormouse Prize.

33

 Alice Liddell in Wonderland 2013 

Scope and Content

Artwork (ink portrait of Alice Liddell) and artist's statement by Emily Weiss.

32

 Alice of the Mysterious Country 2013 

Scope and Content

Artwork (large painting collage) and artist's statement by Emily Warren.

Box Folder

 Alice Through the Lab Doors 2013 

Scope and Content

Link to video and artist's statement by Monisha Dadlani.

35 2

 Alicia en el Otro Lado 2013 

Scope and Content

Novella Excerpt and artist's statement and Chris Muniz.

35 3

 And then There was Wonderland 2013 

Scope and Content

Poem and artist's statement by Stephanie Lu.

35 4

 And What She Found There 2013 

Scope and Content

Feature film treatment, screenplay, and artist's statement by Whitney Ellis.

35 5

 Anomaly 2013 

Scope and Content

Visual poem and artist's statement by Pavitra Krishnamani.

35 6

 Another Tangled Tale 2013 

Scope and Content

Short story and artist's statement by George Mylonas.

35 7

 Boat Beneath a Sunny Sky, A 2013   Sheet music and artist's statement by Kathryn Henzler.

35 8

 Carrollian Portraits 2013 

Scope and Contents note

Book of photographs and artist's statement by Eva Recinos.

35 9

 Celia in Wonderland: A Myster in Five Chapters 2013 

Scope and Content

Short story and artist's statement by Sarah Chang.

35 10

 Charles Dodgson's Six Impossible Things 2013 

Scope and Content

Link to video and artist's statement by Gauri Bhoite.

35 11

 Curious 2013 

Scope and Content

Digital photo manipulation on foam board and artist's statement by Kylie Nicholson.

35 12

 Curtsey as you Fall 2013 

Scope and Content

Bound book of poems and artist's statement by Stacy Gnall.

35 13

 Does Alice or the Space around Her Change in Scale 2013 

Scope and Content

Large poster and artist's statement by Debra Hakimi.

35 14
Box

 Down the Rabbit-Hole 2013 

Scope and Content

Painting and artist's statement by Jiedi Chen.

32

 Dream, A 2013 

Scope and Content

Painting and artist's statement by Becky Cho.

32
Box Folder

 Duchess of Wonderland, The: A Sculpture in Papier-mache and the Double Myse en Abyme of its Provenance 2013 

Scope and Content

Papier-mache sculpture, story, certificates and artist's statement by Styles Akira. This entry was awarded the Jabberwocky Prize.

35 15

 Fanciful Time 2013 

Scope and Content

Link to film and artist's statement by Caroline Friend.

35 16

 Fox Hunt, The 2013 

Scope and Content

Short story and artist's statement by Sean Pessin.

35 17
Box

 Great Many Unbirthdays of Lewis Carroll, The 2013 

Scope and Content

Artwork (3D collage: paper, pen, and ink) and artist's statement by Cal Tabuena-Frolli.

32

 Hatter's Head or A Headed Hatter, A 2013 

Scope and Content

Artwork (multimedia sculpture on metal serving tray) and artist's statement by Pierre Pandy.

Box

 Illusionary Reality 2013 

Scope and Content

Artwork (mixed media sculpture) and artist's statement by Ke Bai.

31

 I'm Late 2013 

Scope and Content

Artwork (large digital collage in black frame) and artist's statement by Hailey Nowak.

Box Folder

 Inquiry into the Madness of Adelaide Rook, An 2013 

Scope and Content

Story and artist's statement by Michael Chasin. This entry was awarded second place.

35 18
Box

 In the Cards 2013 

Scope and Content

Artwork (sculpture of hand holding card) and artist's statement by Emily Grandcolas.

34a
Box Folder

 Jabberwocky: An Exercise in Dual Plagiarism 2013 

Scope and Content

Poem and artist's statement by Shandi Stevenson.

35 19

 Life is a Deck of Cards 2013 

Scope and Content

Envelope with handmade cards and instructions, and artist's statement by Xueyou Wang.

35 20

 Lost Package 2013 

Scope and Content

Artwork (collection of items in cardboard box) and artist's statement by Bianca Hernandez.

35 21

 ONLY a woman's hair 2013 


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Mixed materials   34 34b

Scope and Content

Artwork (clear glass bottle) and artist's statement by Madison Orgill.

Box

 Rediscovering Alice 2013 

Scope and Content

Large artwork (collage on canvas) and artist's statement by Devo Cutler-Rubenstein.

37

 Reflection on Lewis Carroll, A 2013 

Scope and Content

Large crossword puzzle, photo album with legend, artist's statement, introduction to crossword puzzle, copies of crossword, and solutions by Andrew Woodham. This entry was awarded first place.

40
Box Folder

 Sachi 2013 

Scope and Content

Short story and artist's statement by Priyanka Pradeep.

35 23

 Stay Gold 

Scope and Content

Link to music video, works cited page, and artist's statement by Christina Wolfgram.

35 24

 Sweetea 2013 

Scope and Content

Plaster and Splenda sculpture of Alice plus artist's statement by April Zhang.

35 25

 Through the Looking Glass 2013 

Scope and Content

Link to video and artist's statement by Woodbury Animation Group: Su Wan Oh, Jane Remizova, Marisa Rodriquez, Dota Sata.

35 26
Box

 Wonder Bucks 2013 

Scope and Content

Artwork (printed "Wonder Bucks" mounted on black board) and artist's statement by Eileen Tai. This entry was awarded third place.

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Series 10:  2014 Wonderland Awards 2014 

 Advice from a Caterpillar 2014 

Scope and Content

Esteban Cons, USC Graduate Student (Masters), Education/ELA

 Alex in Lebanon 2014 

Scope and Content

Joshua Bernstein, USC Graduate Student (PhD Candidate), Creative Writing/Literature

 Alice After Hours 2014 

Scope and Content

Sarah Chang, USC Senior, Piano Performance

 Alice in Evasion 2014 

Scope and Content

Amanda Kennell, Graduate Student (PhD Candidate), East Asian Languages and Cultures

 Alice in L.A. 2014 

Scope and Content

Jeffrey Salamone-Callahan, USC Senior, Policy, Planning, and Development

 Alice in La La Land 2014 

Scope and Content

Amrish Ramnarine, Otis College Graduate Student (Masters), Creative Writing

 Alice in Wonderland Installation 2014 

Scope and Content

Kristina Lambros, USC Senior, Architecture Anish Tilak Corey Koczarski Justin Edwards Nicolle Landowski Paulina Shahery Phillip Royster Su Liu Wing Tang Weiyi Tan

 Alice's Evidence 2014 

Scope and Content

Veronica Webb, USC Sophomore, Occupational Therapy

 Alice's Wonderland Reflections 2014 

Scope and Content

Ruth Williams, USC Graduate Student (Masters), Animation and Digital Arts

 Almost Old Hat 2014 

Scope and Content

Pamela Yan, USC Sophomore, Biological Sciences/Creative Writing

 Before Wonderland 2014 

Scope and Content

Jiexi Wang, USC Graduate Student (Masters), Animation in Digital Arts

 Charles Lutwidge Dodgson; Alice's Hour down the Checker Brick Road; The Flowers are Always Colorfuller on the Other Side; Alice among the Rats, Bats, Cats, and Gnats 2014 

Scope and Content

Niree Kodaverdian, USC Graduate Student (PhD Candidate), Economics

 Down the Rabbit House 2014 

Scope and Content

Becky Cho, USC Graduate Student (Masters), Master of Planning

 Ecstacy 2014 

Scope and Content

Carmen Tan, USC Sophomore, Fine Arts

 Escape from the Rabbit Hole 2014 

Scope and Content

Saralynn Vargas, USC Sophomore, Architecture

 Flashbacks to Wonderland 2014 

Scope and Content

Robert Ulseth, USC Senior, Business Administration/Studio/Jazz Guitar

 Game of Wits 2014 

Scope and Content

Ivan Sayon, USC Graduate Student (Masters), Animation Joanna Barondess, USC Graduate Student (Masters), Animation

 Help Me Get Out of My Head 2014 

Scope and Content

Jeffrey Bassette, USC Senior, Songwriting/Business Entrepreneurship

 I was I am 2014 

Scope and Content

Elizabeth Cutbirth, USC Senior, English (Creative Writing)

 I'm Alice 2014 

Scope and Content

Jiajun Yan, USC Freshman, Neuroscience

 In Wonderland 2014 

Scope and Content

Suha Park, USC Senior, Creative Writing

 Jessica Rabbit 2014 

Scope and Content

Jessica Rabbit, USC Senior, Business, Cinematic Arts, Pop Music Industry

 Journey into Womanhood 2014 

Scope and Content

LeMar Ford, USC Graduate Student (Masters), Animation Fernando Rebalo Simon Wilches, USC Graduate Student (Masters), Animation

 King's Medieval Butterflies 2014 

Scope and Content

Chrisitina Schmidt, USC Junior, English

 Knock on Carroll's Door 2014 

Scope and Content

Peter Cameron, USC Senior, Acting

 Lewis Carroll Through Two Lenses 2014 

Scope and Content

Andrew Woodham, Graduate Student (PhD Candidate), Genetics Molecular and Cellular Biology

 Lewis Carroll's World as He Sees It 2014 

Scope and Content

Soodam Lee, USC Junior, Fine Arts/Communication Design

 Lezard 2014 

Scope and Content

Joseph Yeh, USC Graduate Student (Masters), Animation Jake Zhang, USC Graduate Student (Masters), Animation

 Life is but a Dream 2014 

Scope and Content

Cara Fesjian, USC Senior, Music Composition/Cognitive Science

 Lost in Time: Alice's Untimely Adventures 2014 

Scope and Content

Monisha Dadlani, USC Sophomore, Acting (Theater)

 Lunatic Cavalcade 2014 

Scope and Content

Styles Akira, USC Graduate Student (PhD Candidate), Communcation

 MischMasch: A Tangled Tale 2014 

Scope and Content

Rachel Victor, USC Freshman, Neuroscience

 New World Jabberwocky 2014 

Scope and Content

Andrew Rinehard Jordan Kuspa Peter Walsh Katina Mitchell, USC Graduate Student (PhD Candidate), Early Music

 Pogo Wonderland 2014 

Scope and Content

Victoria Kasar, USC Senior, Business Administration & International Relations

 Rabbit on Time 2014 

Scope and Content

Pierre Pandy, USC Graduate Student (PhD Candidate), Early Music

 Recall Sir Owl 2014 

Scope and Content

Woodbury University Undergraduate Animation Students Nicole Jarquin Angela Diamos Celia Olmedo Chris Alvarez Deanna Evans Emily Carson Noah Evans Sam Brandt Scott Gamble Winton Foulds Jesse Dodge Zare Oganesyan Kert Pan Dylan Wakelin

 Roxana in Jutland 2014 

Scope and Content

Lisa Locascio, Graduate Student (PhD Candidate), Creative Writing and Literature

 Savior of Little Pink Elephants 2014 

Scope and Content

Austin Cooper, USC Junior, Policy, Planning, and Development

 Seven Wonderlands of the World 2014 

Scope and Content

Lindsey Jones, USC Graduate Student, Master of Liberal Studies

 Try Me 2014 

Scope and Content

Kurosh ValaNejed, Graduate Student (Masters), Cinematic Arts, Digital Art, and Animation

 Two Monologues-Adapted from Alice's Adventures Through the Looking Glass 2014 

Scope and Content

Devo Cutler-Rubenstein, USC Graduate Student (Masters), Professional Writing

 Universalice 2014 

Scope and Content

Frederico Fernandez, USC Graduate Student (Masters), Animation and Digital Arts

 Upon Waking Up from a Slight Haze 2014 

Scope and Content

Katrina Miller, USC Freshman, Creative Writing and Comparative Literature

 Uproot: An Animated Screenplay 2014 

Scope and Content

Richard Mattox, USC Senior, Professional Writing

 Upwards 2014 

Scope and Content

Kevin Korb, USC Freshman, Psychology

 When the World Was Alive 2014 

Scope and Content

Margaret Waggoner, USC Senior, Critical Studies/EAAS

 Whole Lot of Trouble 2014 

Scope and Content

Krishnakali Dasgupta, USC Graduate Student (PhD Candidate), Biochemistry

 Wonder Cat 2014 

Scope and Content

Jason Ronzani, USC Graduate Student (Masters), Film Production Linhui Wang, USC Graduate Student (Masters), Animation

 Writings Through Wonderland 2014 

Scope and Content

Sean Edward Pessin, USC Sophomore, Fine Arts

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