The Chapel is delighted to announce the winners of the fifth annual “Easter Peeps® Show” for Easter 2014.
Competitors were challenged to make a diorama of a scene from a Bible story. The only rule is that all of the characters in the diorama must be played by Peeps®. Faculty, students and staff, as well as alumni, were encouraged to enter.
A panel of distinguished judges judged the entries according to the criteria of overall presentation and attention to craft, Biblical accuracy and artistic merit. Possible extra credit can be earned in this category through design references to famous works of Biblical art.
This year's awards were:
Honorable Mention: “Most Unappetizing Use of Chocolate Chips” Award for “Egg-Lon’s Demise” by E.B. Moritz & Sarah Ely
Honorable Mention: "Most Crafty (Creative)”for “For God Sew Loved the World” by Karl Anliker & Charlotte Soderman
Honorable Mention: “Most Moving” Award for “The Stoning of Stephen” by The Gabriel Family
Honorable Mention: "Most Environmentally Evocative Award for “Baby Moses with Miriam” by Sarah Degner, Anna Fields, John Fields,Mary Fields & Sammy
The top honor, "Peeps Maven," was awarded to the Office of Church Relations for "Peeple's Ark," featuring Peeps fashioned into a variety of different animals boarding the ark.
This year's distinguished judges were Peter Kanelos, Paul Nord and Monique Nunes.
Photos by Avery Davis, for the Chapel of the Resurrection.