2018–2019 Worldstudio AIGA Scholarship recipients

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The 2018–2019 AIGA Worldstudio Scholarship jurors met in June 2018 and reviewed more than 200 applications from students attending art and design programs at colleges and universities across the country. Fifteen scholarships and two honorable mentions were granted to an outstanding group of applicants in four categories, through the generous support of sponsors including the AIGA-Tomoko Miho Fund, Coyne Family Foundation, Secunda Family Foundation, an anonymous donation in support of the fine art category, and small donations.

2018–2019 recipients and honorable mentions

 

Graphic Design

Elaine LopezElaine Lopez
Graduate student, Rhode Island School of Design
Coyne Family Foundation award

Jared MaireJared Maire
Junior, Minneapolis College of Art and Design
Secunda Family Foundation award

Zemoria MathisZemoria Mathis
Junior, Maryland Institute College of Art
Coyne Family Foundation award

 

 

Illustration

Panteha AbareshiPanteha Abareshi
Sophomore, University of Southern California
PATH Foundation award

Cameron CollinsCameron Collins
Sophomore, Rhode Island School of Design
Secunda Family Foundation award

Carla Nunez-HernandezCarla Nunez-Hernandez
Senior, Maine College of Art
Coyne Family Foundation award

 

 

Fine art

Christian HincapieChristian Hincapie
Graduate student, Rutgers University New Brunswick
Rebecca Moore award

Christopher McCreadyChristopher McCready
Freshman, Cooper Union
Rebecca Moore award

Percy LamPercy Lam
Graduate student, School of the Art Institute of Chicago
Rebecca Moore award

Abisola AshamuAbisola Ashamu
Freshman, Rhode Island School of Design
Rebecca Moore honorable mention

 

 

Photography

Tyler DehaarteTyler Dehaarte
Sophomore, Parsons School of Design
Coyne Family Foundation award

Eve MorenoEve Moreno
Sophomore, University of California San Diego
AIGA Tomoko Miho award

Terrance PurdyTerrance Purdy
Graduate student, School of Visual Arts
Coyne Family Foundation award

 

Learn more about the AIGA Worldstudio scholarship.