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Architecture and planning students sweep Schnitzer awards

Two students of art, one of Architecture and one of media take top four prizes
<i>Instructions for Getting Lost</i>, 2010. Performance, structure: 10x10 feet. Duration: 10 minutes.
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<i>Instructions for Getting Lost</i>, 2010. Performance, structure: 10x10 feet. Duration: 10 minutes.

All four of the top prizes in this year's Harold and Arlene Schnitzer Prize in the Visual Arts went to graduate students in the School of Architecture and Planning (SA+P).

Since the prize was established in 1996 to recognize a body of artwork by a current MIT student, SA+P students have consistently won top honors in the competition.

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