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Each year, SGC International awards two student fellowships; one undergraduate ($500) and one graduate ($1000).
If a nominee is not selected for an SGCI fellowship they can be considered for a Gambin Award or Awagami Paper Award (see individual guidelines).
Student Fellowship recipients will be awarded a fellowship to produce a body of work: one undergraduate of $500 and one graduate award of $1000. At the conclusion of the fellowship, recipients will need to provide the SGCI Archives with digital documentation of the work produced under the auspices of this fellowship. Student fellows will be expected to participate in the SGCI Awards Panel and have an exhibition at the following year’s conference.
Each year, Gamblin presents awards to SGCI members who use their materials in their standard practice. Awards are given in the amount of $150, and are sent in the form of award certificates, either shipped directly to the winners by Gamblin or distributed by SGCI.
This award is presented annually to an outstanding student who best demonstrates the use of paper as an integral part of their printed works. The award of 100 sheets of ‘Awagami Editioning’ washi papers will be shipped directly to the winning student by Awagami Papermill in Japan.
Each institution may nominate 1 undergraduate and 1 graduate student. Students may self-nominate, but must have a faculty sponsor who will submit a letter of support (nomination), and must be enrolled at the time of application. Applicants and the faculty sponsor must be SGCI members in good standing.
SGCI members in good standing
Current SGCI board members or employees
This award is presented annually to:
This award is open to:
To apply, fill out the “2022 SGCI Student Awards Nomination Form” or “2022 SGCI Mid-Career & Emerging Printmaker Award Nomination Form” and indicate eligibility on Question #5.
To apply, fill out the “2022 SGCI Student Awards Nomination Form” and indicate your eligibility on Question #6.
Use this form to nominate others and apply for yourself! If a nominee is not selected for an SGCI fellowship they can be considered for a Gambin Award or Awagami Paper Award.
Good luck, and thank you for being a member of SGCI!