Spoonflower makes a call to fashion / interior design students reminding them that it offers student project grant.
Read the press release below and see the screenshot below.
From the screenshot: Calling all fashion / interior design students! 📣 We know the fall semester is starting, which means exhibitions and student showcases are just around the corner. Did you know that Spoonflower offers student project grants? (Read: free digitally-printed fabrics & papers) 💰 Learn more & apply in our bio link. 🎈 Image credit: previous Student Project Grant recipient Symantha Perrera of The Art Institute, Chicago. Know a student or professor in fashion or design? Tag them and share!
The Spoonflower Student Project Grant (formerly the Emerging Designer Grant) supports the artistic pursuits of a select group of full-time undergraduate and graduate students worldwide. Recipients will receive an award of up to $1,000 in Spoonflower credit to design their own digitally printed fabrics and wallpaper. Possible student projects include, but are not limited to, art installations, fashion shows or interior design projects.
Any undergraduate or graduate student currently enrolled in an art, textile, fashion or design program is eligible to apply. Grant requests will be awarded to up to 10 applicants per semester.
The online application form will ask for proof of enrollment, PDF with three previous works (see example), and contact information for your project advisor. The applicant must also answer narrative questions regarding their work and the project proposed.
To view/complete the application, click here.
Recipients are selected in both the fall and spring semesters.
Application Deadline: October 1, 2018
Notifications: October 15, 2018
Application Deadline: February 1, 2019
Notifications: February 15, 2019