Student artists to compete for scholarships

Applications for drawing competition are open now through March 9

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Lynn University is now accepting applications for the 12th annual drawing competition. The College of Communication and Design will award one full-tuition scholarship to use toward a Bachelor of Fine Arts in graphic design or computer animation

Lynn will also award partial scholarships valued at $20,000 and $15,000. The competition is limited to high school seniors.

Entries are due March 9, 2018, and require students to: 

  • Apply to Lynn for Fall 2018 admission
  • Submit electronic copies of four to five life drawings to Wendy Lind (characters or anime will not be accepted)

Judges will select students to participate in a final round at Lynn April 14, 2018, 9 a.m.–4 p.m. Finalists must be present to win. Full contest details are available at

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