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Four high school students from across U.S. take top honors in 2D3D
Students from Texas, Wisconsin, Pennsylvania, and South Carolina are being awarded cash prizes and thousands of dollars of scholarship money as winners of Cleveland Institute of Art's 2D3D National Art + Design Competition. The winning artworks were selected by a panel of CIA faculty, from entries by 1,635 students representing over 450 American high schools in 39 states.
Each "Best in Category" winner will receive a cash prize of $500, and the "Best in Show" winner will be awarded an additional $2,500. All category winners are awarded valuable art supplies from contest sponsor Faber-Castell. Most significantly, each winner will receive a $10,000 annual scholarship – a total of $40,000 for four years – should he or she choose to attend CIA.
"Baroque Feast," by Sophia Anthony, Senior; Booker T. Washington High School for the Performing and Visual Arts; Hometown: Dallas, TX
The Best in Category winners will receive a $500 cash prize, a $10,000 annual scholarship ($40,000 total) to Cleveland Institute of Art, and a prize from our sponsor, Faber-Castell.
The Juror's Special Merit winners will receive a $200 cash prize.
The Runners-Up will receive a $100 cash prize.
Congratulations to Lauren Cunningham from Fort Worth Country Day High School in Fort Worth, TX, who was randomly selected in a drawing to win $1,000 worth of art supplies.
High school students: extend your learning and earn college credit, this summer, in CIA’s Pre-College program.