Students will be asked to submit general information, as well as a 250-word artistic statement, summarizing their practice and offering contextual information about their portfolio. Their portfolio can include:
- Up to 15 .jpeg images, uploaded to the scholarship website.
- Up to 2 video works with a total running time of no more than 5 minutes, uploaded to Vimeo.
- Full credit information for each work, including artist’s name, title, date and medium and dimensions.
The portfolio should include a focused selection of artwork produced anytime over the course of the student’s undergraduate degree. The online submission form will be available on February 27, 2017.