The Art Institutes and Americans for the Arts have announced they are seeking entries for their eighth annual Poster Design Competition.
The Competition challenges entrants to submit a poster that addresses the theme, “Life is better with art in it.” The national winners will earn up to a full-tuition scholarship to one of The Art Institutes schools.
In partnership with Americans for the Arts, a leading nonprofit organization for advancing the arts, The Art Institutes annual Poster Design Competition provides design-minded students an opportunity to study at one of the more than 45 Art Institutes schools.[ Also Read: Art Contest to Promote Game Tablet ]
The competition is open to high school seniors in the U.S., Canada (excluding Quebec) and Puerto Rico.
According to John Mazzoni, president of The Art Institutes, “The Poster Design Competition provides a venue for high school seniors to channel their design talents into an opportunity to earn a tuition scholarship.”[ Also Read: Russian Fairy Tales Work at Skazki Exhibition ]
“The Poster Design Competition brings out and showcases a diverse pool of remarkably talented high school students,” says Robert L. Lynch, president and CEO of Americans for the Arts.
“The entry pieces are not only vibrant and exciting, but also a great reminder of how much art can touch us in our everyday lives.”
The deadline to submit entries is Feb. 4, 2011. Full entry requirements can be viewed at www.artinstitutes.edu/postercompetition.
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