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SCAD Challenge 2-D Scholarship Competition

Offering high school seniors an international stage to exhibit their work, the SCAD Challenge seeks the next generation of talented artists and designers.


The SCAD Challenge 2-D Competition offers students the opportunity to display their best work in a permanent online gallery and to connect with SCAD professors and other prospective students. Finalists are featured in a permanent online screening gallery and three winners are awarded scholarships to attend SCAD, which are renewable each year until winners complete their undergraduate degrees at SCAD. This funding can be added to other scholarships and financial aid.

High school seniors are invited to submit an original drawing, painting, print or mixed media work. Entrants may use any traditional 2-D medium; digital works are not permitted.

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