Dream Foundry, a “non-profit dedicated to bolstering the careers of nascent professionals working with the speculative arts,” has announced the winners of its 2021 art contest.
Ellen He took first place and won the $1,000 Monu Bose Prize for speculative art. Yue Feng won second place, and Vinnia Kemala Putri took third. They also receive cash prizes.
Other finalists were:
- Albokhari Mohamed
- Nair Nascimento
- Alex Pernau
- Julia Quandt
- Mols Slom
- Cathlyn Vania
The writing contest coordinator was Dante Luiz, and judges were Juliana Pinho and Charis Loke. All winners receive workshop seats at Flights of Foundry, and showcase events at the online convention in April 2022.
For more information, see the Dream Foundry website.
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