Friday, January 20, 2012

SCAD SPE Student Scholarship Opportunity

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SCAD SPE Student Scholarship Opportunity- 2012 San Francisco
The Society for Photographic Education will host their annual national conference in San Francisco, March 22-25, 2012. One $500 scholarship will be awarded to an undergraduate and one $500 will be awarded to a graduate student to support student travel to this WONDERFUL event.
Keynote Speaker: Sally Mann

ENTRY GUIDELINES
Eligibility limited to current, full-time undergraduate and graduate SCAD photography majors.

Award of $500 must be used for SPE Conference travel, conference fees, hotel etc… for the 2012 National SPE, (Society for Photographic Education), Conference in San Francisco.

Deadline Friday, February 3, 2012, 5:00 pm EST
• Note: Early bird registration for the national conference ends March 1, 2012

Submission
Submissions must be emailed to Rebecca Nolan, rnolan@scad.edu by the deadline listed above. The subject of the email must state SCAD Undergraduate or SCAD Graduate

Submissions should include the following:
• The email note should include the following information: Full name, student number, year in school, local address, phone number, student scad email.
• Please submit a cohesive portfolio of 10 images following the image guidelines.
• Image identification page as a word document. The image identification should correspond with the image numbers and include the following information: student name, image title or untitled, medium (materials), size, date of the image.
• OPTIONAL: Short statement and/or resume.

Image Guidelines: All images JPG format, size 72ppi, longest dimension 1024 pixels. Please title each image with number corresponding to identification page, underscore, last name, underscore, title. (example: 01_Lastname_title.jpg)

Questions? Contact Rebecca Nolan rnolan@scad.edu or (912)525-6503.

Deadline Friday, February 3, 2012, 5:00 pm EST

Winners from last year's SCAD SPE Scholarships

Undergraduate Student Mark Dorf


Graduate Student Zhenji Dong

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