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Attention: Next Generation of Screen and Graphics Printers – Enter to Win Student Printing Competition
Tom Frecska Student Printing Competition sponsored by the Academy of Screen Printing Technology (ASPT)
The ASPT is dedicating its Student Printing Competition to Tom Frecska. For those of you who didn’t know Tom, we want to tell you that he was a gem of a human being; a nice guy who was in his element as editor of ScreenPrinting Magazine before his sudden and unexpected death in 2009. Tom was an especially ardent supporter of educating young people in the important art of screen and graphics printing, so the renamed award is a poignant and apt tribute.
About the Award: the Tom Frecska Student Printing Competition will be presented to graphic arts students to honor superior imaging work within a variety of categories. Typically, the entrants are students in high school, post-secondary vocational/technical, college or university.
Enter Innovative Images Today: Show the imaging community that you have what it takes to excel in this industry with an esteemed Tom Frecska Student Printing Competition Award. Highly sought after by graphic arts students, ASPT awards honor superior imaging work within a variety of categories. Entrants represent secondary (high school and vocational) students and post-secondary (technical school, college or university) students.
Exposure: This is a great opportunity for students to have samples of their finest work evaluated by ASPT experts. Winning submissions will be displayed to industry leaders from around the world at the 2012 SGIA Expo, Las Vegas, NV, October 18-20, 2012.
Categories: This year’s competition includes an expanded list of entry categories that offer additional variety to entrants. Students are encouraged to enter multiple entries in any of the 24 categories. Category list
Awards: Award of Excellence: First place winners within each category receive an ASPT Student Achievement Award.
Certificate of Merit: An honorable mention may be awarded from each category.
Best of Show: Two exceptional entries (one from each division) will be chosen from the Award of Excellence winners, and will be honored with the Best of Show award. Best of Show winners receive a special ASPT Student Achievement Award and a cash prize of $500 to use toward their graphic arts education. Instructors will also receive $500 to use toward the school’s graphic arts educational program.
Additionally, each school will receive a plaque to showcase their winning students who were honored with the Award of Excellence, Certificate of Merit and/or Best in Show Award.
Eligibility: Schools must hold an active membership with SGIA (annual Educator Membership is $25).
- There are no fees associated with entering with appropriate membership
- Entries must be produced during the 2011–2012 school year
- Entries must be submitted by July 31, 2012
- Entries can be an individual or team effort
The Academy of Screen Printing Technology (ASPT) was established by the SGIA Board of Directors in 1973. The academy recognizes individuals who have contributed to the technical growth and/or advancement of the screen printing industry. For more information, contact email@example.com or 703.385.1335
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