Neil Feather Wins Sondheim Prize

Inventor of unique musical instruments takes home $25,000 award.

By John Lewis. Posted on July 13, 2014

The Walters Museum

Local artist Neil Feather was awarded the 2014 Janet and Walter Sondheim Artscape Prize last night at The Walters. Feather—who is well-known around town for inventing sculptural musical instruments—won $25,000, while the other five finalists received $2,500 each. You can check out Feather's amazing work, along with work by all the finalists, at The Walters through August 17.

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