Announcing the 2021 Graywill and Hal Kammerer Arts Awards Winners
Duke University Union has honored three Duke seniors with awards for their contributions to the arts: Omolola Sanusi, who received the Hal Kammerer Memorial Prize for Film and Video Production; and María Zurita Ontiveros and Cameron Oglesby, who both received the Graywill Award for Arts Leadership & Service.
Every year, DUU endows two awards to acknowledge the contribution of Duke students to the arts. We are excited to announce this year’s recipients.
The Hal Kammerer Memorial Prize for Film and Video Production goes to either a Duke undergraduate or graduate student to recognize outstanding accomplishment in memory of Trinity College Class of ’71 student and filmmaker, Hal Kammerer. The Graywill Award for Arts Leadership & Service goes to one or two graduating seniors that have demonstrated accomplishments in the arts and arts leadership to the Duke arts community broadly.
2021 Hal Kammerer Memorial Prize Winner
Class of 2021
Major: Global Cultural Studies (Film & Media concentration)
2021 The Graywill Award Winners
María Zurita Ontiveros
CLASS OF 2021
Majors: Theater Studies; History
Class of 2021
Major: Environmental Science and Policy
Minor: Earth and Ocean Science
Certificate: Policy, Journalism & Media Studies
Honoring Student Arts Leaders: Kelsey Graywill
Meet Kelsey Graywill (Class of 2018), former president of duARTS and a leader in growing the student arts community at Duke. This summer Duke University Union endowed an award in her name: the Graywill Award for Arts Leadership & Service.