About the AIGA World Studio Scholarship - Applications are due April 16
AIGA Worldstudio scholarships benefit minority and economically disadvantaged students who are studying art and design disciplines in colleges and universities in the United States. Our primary aims are to increase diversity in the creative professions, and to foster social and environmental responsibility in the artists, designers, and studios of tomorrow.
Scholarship recipients are selected not only for their talent and their need, but also for their demonstrated commitment to giving back to the larger community through their work. Each award is paid directly to the recipient’s school and applied toward tuition.
Since its inception in 1995, AIGA Worldstudio scholarships has awarded over one million dollars to over 700 minority and economically disadvantaged college students of art and design.
This is a program of AIGA's Diversity & Inclusion initiative, in partnership with the Worldstudio Foundation.
Apply only through AIGA’s official online application system. We cannot guarantee the accuracy of application details provided on third-party sites.
March 26-April 20
Reception: March 29, 10:30 a.m.-Noon
Artist Talk: 11:30 a.m.
Inspired by impromptu public memorials, worship spaces, and the common phrase used across genres of music to convey feelings of pain and uncertainty, this installation is made from thousands of individual byproducts of non-goal-oriented gestures and provides viewers a space to be present and work through these emotions from personal and societal events. In conjunction with Stacia Yeapanis’ exhibition, the atrium will exhibit artwork curated by Yeapanis by Chicago artists who were given the phrase “Where Do We Go From Here?”
Robert F. DeCaprio Art Gallery
Fine and Performing Arts Center
Moraine Valley Community College
9000 W. College Pkwy.
Palos Hills, IL 60465-2478
SXU Department of Art and Design
Senior Art Exhibits
March 24–April 11, 2018
Reception: Saturday, March 24th, 3–5p
April 14–May 2, 2018
Reception: Saturday, April 14, 3–5p
This juried art competition features student artwork from Oakton as well as the College of Lake County, Elgin Community College, McHenry County College, Moraine Valley Community College, Morton College, Prairie State College, and Waubonsee Community College. The exhibition showcases a wide variety of media, including paintings, prints, photographs, ceramics and digital art.
Public Reception: Sunday, March 25, 5 - 8 p.m.
Saturday, March 25, 2018 1–3p
Koehnline Museum of Art, Oakton Community College
Exhibit: March 3 – 17
General Admission: $10/12 Member/Non-member
Students and children under 18 are free
Immerse yourself in the rich culture of the Native Americans. This exhibit showcases authentic rugs, jewelry, paintings, pottery and figurines crafted by well-known artists from many tribes including the Navajo, Lakota, Hopi and Inuit.
9602 W. Creek Road
Palos Park, IL, 60464