Showcase your best work at Foundation Studies Spring Honors Show

Demonstrate your creativity and skill while you compete for cash prizes in this annual juried exhibition.

Submissions are open to current students enrolled in a foundation studies class during the 2017-18 academic year. Work may be of any medium and size but must have been created in a SCAD foundation studies class.

Compile up to five of your favorite pieces in a PDF and email it to foundationshonorsshow@scad.edu by Wednesday, April 11, 2018. Include your name and "2018 FHS" in the subject line, along with your contact information and major/minor in the body.

Each image slide should contain the following:

  • FHS_2018_Name of student
  • Contact information (phone number and email)
  • Major/minor
  • Title of work
  • Medium(s) used
  • Dimensions
  • Class in which the work was produced and professor name

The submitted PDF should also include a title page with the following:

  • Your name
  • FHS 2018
  • SCAD email address
  • Your phone number
  • Your major or intended major

Both physical and digital submissions will be exhibited; specify if your work is digital and must be exhibited on an LCD screen. Images should be saved at 72 DPI and no more than 12" in any direction. Do not send as Microsoft OneDrive. All requirements must be digitally submitted together in a single PDF. This can be done in Adobe Acrobat, PowerPoint or Keynote and converted to PDF. Any submission that does not follow the exact guidelines will not be considered.

Students who have been selected will be notified Monday, April 16.

Accepted work must be delivered by noon, Friday, April 20, to Wallin Hall, 312 E. 37th St.

Accepted works must be matted and shrink-wrapped for final drop-off. We reserve the right not to display poorly presented works in the show or those that diverge greatly from the digital image submitted.


Foundation Studies and Ex Libris Purchase Award | $700

The Foundation Studies and Ex Libris Purchase Award winner's work will be framed and included in the foundation studies permanent collection. Additionally, awards for first place ($200), second place ($150) and third place ($100) will be given in the following categories:

  • Black-and-white drawing
  • Color drawing
  • Process drawing
  • 3-D design
  • 2-D design
  • Color theory


Friday, April 27-Friday, May 4
Wallin Hall

Reception and award announcements

Friday, May 4
3:30-5 p.m.

Any work left after the end of spring quarter will become property of the foundation studies permanent collection.

The exhibition and reception are sponsored by the SCAD School of Foundation Studies.