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creative challenge

The Self-Quarantine special edition of our Creative Challenge series awarded a $2,000 prize for the most innovative artwork created from the place of isolation. 







Meet the challenge winners

Get to know the winners of our Self-Qaurnatine Creative Challenge and their exceptional submissions.
Ani Qananyan received a prize for her evocation of quarantine routine, Arnaud Khayadjanian for his creative travels on Google Maps, Van Sarkissian for his electronic hallucination, Tigran Nersisyan for his poetic funeral, and Tamara Aydinyan and her madness-in-motion. 
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Winners' Interviews

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One Room, One Shot, One Circle 

For the challenge, Ani Qananyan picked up a new media — film — and hit the bullseye.

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Her Dance of Comfort and Despair 

Tamara Aydinyan’s performances do not feel like dances. They are hypnotic experiences you behold in awe. 

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Capturing the Daydream

From baroque to rock and hip-hop — no musical genre is off the charts for Van Sarkissian. 

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The Imagined Farewell

Radiant colors, shots, and narration came together to tell an honest story in Tigran Nersisian’s short film.


Shrinking Distances

You don’t need the budget of a Hollywood blockbuster to create a touching art and Arnaud Khayadjanian's film is the best proof.

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