Society of Illustrators Accepts 19 from Ringling College Into Student Competition

Society of Illustrators Accepts 19 from Ringling College Into Student Competition
 
Ringling College of Art and Design remains the top performing college in history in the Society of Illustrators’ Annual Student Scholarship Competition. This year, 19 entries from Ringling College were accepted into the exhibition. Over 2,200 students participated, representing over 86 colleges and universities throughout the U.S. and Canada. A jury of professional peers, including illustrators and art directors, selected the most outstanding works created throughout the year.  Pieces are accepted based on the quality of technique, concept and skill of medium used. 
Since 2008, Ringling College has had a total of 215 winning pieces accepted into the competition – more than any other college!  
 
 
Audrey Benjaminsen (2 entries accepted)
Sara Bicknell
Morgan Davidson
Jasmin Juutinen (2 entries accepted)
Anne Lesniak
Alise Lim
Victor Maury
Taylor Anne Mordoh
Taylor Pohlman
Kendall Rojas
Anastasia Rostarchuk
Rachel Thompson
Brenna Thummler (2 entries accepted)
Angela Tsai
Georden Whitman
Trevor Williams
 
 
About Society of Illustrators
According to the Society, the Student Scholarship Competition is the most competitive and prestigious of juried shows. Since its inception in 1981, the Society has awarded more than $1.5 million to deserving students. Selected by a celebrated jury, this exhibit features the most mature, sophisticated and well-crafted illustration of the year from art schools around the country.  
 
To learn more about the competition visit www.soiccompetitions.org.
Society of Illustrators Accepts 19 from Ringling College Into Student Competition
 
Ringling College of Art and Design remains the top performing college in history in the Society of Illustrators’ Annual Student Scholarship Competition. This year, 19 entries from Ringling College were accepted into the exhibition. Over 2,200 students participated, representing over 86 colleges and universities throughout the U.S. and Canada. A jury of professional peers, including illustrators and art directors, selected the most outstanding works created throughout the year.  Pieces are accepted based on the quality of technique, concept and skill of medium used. 
Since 2008, Ringling College has had a total of 215 winning pieces accepted into the competition – more than any other college!  
 
 
Audrey Benjaminsen (2 entries accepted)
Sara Bicknell
Morgan Davidson
Jasmin Juutinen (2 entries accepted)
Anne Lesniak
Alise Lim
Victor Maury
Taylor Anne Mordoh
Taylor Pohlman
Kendall Rojas
Anastasia Rostarchuk
Rachel Thompson
Brenna Thummler (2 entries accepted)
Angela Tsai
Georden Whitman
Trevor Williams
 
 
About Society of Illustrators
According to the Society, the Student Scholarship Competition is the most competitive and prestigious of juried shows. Since its inception in 1981, the Society has awarded more than $1.5 million to deserving students. Selected by a celebrated jury, this exhibit features the most mature, sophisticated and well-crafted illustration of the year from art schools around the country.  
 
To learn more about the competition visit www.soiccompetitions.org.
Society of Illustrators Accepts 19 from Ringling College Into Student Competition
 
Ringling College of Art and Design remains the top performing college in history in the Society of Illustrators’ Annual Student Scholarship Competition. This year, 19 entries from Ringling College were accepted into the exhibition. Over 2,200 students participated, representing over 86 colleges and universities throughout the U.S. and Canada. A jury of professional peers, including illustrators and art directors, selected the most outstanding works created throughout the year.  Pieces are accepted based on the quality of technique, concept and skill of medium used. 
Since 2008, Ringling College has had a total of 215 winning pieces accepted into the competition – more than any other college!  
 
 
Audrey Benjaminsen (2 entries accepted)
Sara Bicknell
Morgan Davidson
Jasmin Juutinen (2 entries accepted)
Anne Lesniak
Alise Lim
Victor Maury
Taylor Anne Mordoh
Taylor Pohlman
Kendall Rojas
Anastasia Rostarchuk
Rachel Thompson
Brenna Thummler (2 entries accepted)
Angela Tsai
Georden Whitman
Trevor Williams
 
 
About Society of Illustrators
According to the Society, the Student Scholarship Competition is the most competitive and prestigious of juried shows. Since its inception in 1981, the Society has awarded more than $1.5 million to deserving students. Selected by a celebrated jury, this exhibit features the most mature, sophisticated and well-crafted illustration of the year from art schools around the country.  
 
To learn more about the competition visit www.soiccompetitions.org.

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