The AIMIA | AGO PHOTOGRAPHY PRIZE SCHOLARSHIP PROGRAM DEADLINE: MARCH 25TH, 2016


The AIMIA | AGO PHOTOGRAPHY PRIZE SCHOLARSHIP PROGRAM: Awarding students for extraordinary artistic potential who are studying towards bachelor degrees with a major or focus in fine art photography.  

 
DateFriday, March 25, 2016 - 4:00am

Email

jlong@faculty.ocadu.ca

The AIMIA | AGO PHOTOGRAPHY PRIZE SCHOLARSHIP PROGRAM: Awarding students for extraordinary artistic potential who are studying towards bachelor degrees with a major or focus in fine art photography.   Each year, this program awards three $7,000 CAD scholarships!!

Terms of Eligibility:
- Open to all Full-time 3rd year students working with photo who are entering their final year of study.
- Submissions may include photo, video, photo-based installation, and lens based artwork. 

What does winning the scholarship include? 
- THREE $7,000 scholarships toward tuition for the final year of study. 

Artistic Criteria:
Each year, this program awards three $7,000 CAD scholarships to undergraduate students who are entering their final year of study at select Canadian academic institutions.
Each academic partner institution will form a jury of three faculty to review their students' submissions and select one finalist. The finalists will be evaluated by the Scholarship Program jury, consisting of two representatives from the Art Gallery of Ontario and a previous winner of the Aimia | AGO Photography Prize. Each year, the jury will select three winners, who will each receive $7000 CAD. Additionally, the home institutions of the winning students each receive $1000 CAD honorariums.

The winning students, finalists and faculties will be notified of the jury’s selections in June 2016. A press release will be issued announcing the 3 winners, with a link to their works on the prize website. Winning students must be willing to attend a special event in Toronto, scheduled by Aimia and the Art Gallery of Ontario.

OCAD U CONTACT:
Jenn Long
jlong@faculty.ocadu.ca
Assistant Professor, Associate Chair, Cross-Disiplinary Art Practices

 

 

 



poster for the AIMIAAGO Scholarship, text on white Background
DateFriday, March 25, 2016 - 4:00am

Email

jlong@faculty.ocadu.ca

Website
AIMA AGO photography prize logo, white letters on black background
Friday, March 25, 2016 - 4:00am

The AIMIA | AGO PHOTOGRAPHY PRIZE SCHOLARSHIP PROGRAM: Awarding students for extraordinary artistic potential who are studying towards bachelor degrees with a major or focus in fine art photography.   Each year, this program awards three $7,000 CAD scholarships!!

Terms of Eligibility:
- Open to all Full-time 3rd year students working with photo who are entering their final year of study.
- Submissions may include photo, video, photo-based installation, and lens based artwork. 

What does winning the scholarship include? 
- THREE $7,000 scholarships toward tuition for the final year of study. 

Artistic Criteria:
Each year, this program awards three $7,000 CAD scholarships to undergraduate students who are entering their final year of study at select Canadian academic institutions.
Each academic partner institution will form a jury of three faculty to review their students' submissions and select one finalist. The finalists will be evaluated by the Scholarship Program jury, consisting of two representatives from the Art Gallery of Ontario and a previous winner of the Aimia | AGO Photography Prize. Each year, the jury will select three winners, who will each receive $7000 CAD. Additionally, the home institutions of the winning students each receive $1000 CAD honorariums.

The winning students, finalists and faculties will be notified of the jury’s selections in June 2016. A press release will be issued announcing the 3 winners, with a link to their works on the prize website. Winning students must be willing to attend a special event in Toronto, scheduled by Aimia and the Art Gallery of Ontario.

OCAD U CONTACT:
Jenn Long
jlong@faculty.ocadu.ca
Assistant Professor, Associate Chair, Cross-Disiplinary Art Practices

 

 

 

Email: 
jlong@faculty.ocadu.ca
poster for the AIMIAAGO Scholarship, text on white Background
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