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Aimia | AGO Art Truck: Sept 24th in Butterfield Park

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Come to Butterfield Park on Thurs, Sept 24th between 9:30-4:30 to interact with the Aimia | AGO Art Truck!    

Learn about the Aimia | AGO Photography Student Scholarship, which offers three – $7,000 awards for students going into their final year of study.  The Scholarships are awarded to students working in photography who have shown extraordinary potential throughout their undergraduate studies. For the purposes of the Scholarship Program, “photography” is defined broadly: submissions can include video, photo-based installation, and other lens-based artwork.

 The Art Truck will also share Information and visuals of the Aimia | AGO Photography Prize which recognizes four international artists working at the forefront of photography.  The winner of this $50,000 award is selected by you – the audience members! Come out and Vote for work that speaks to you!

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Deadline Extension: AIMIA | AGO Photography Prize due Mar 9th

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Scholarship Announcement

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We are pleased to announce that OCAD U has been invited to participate in The 2015 Aimia | AGO Photography Prize Scholarship Program.  This scholarship program invites 16 schools across Canada to propose one representative be considered for a $7000 scholarship.  To be eligible, you must be a full-time student  going into your final year of study.   Submissions are accepted from February 2nd and will close on March 2nd, 2015.  Full details of this opportunity can be found here.

2014 Winners include:

Marvin Luvualu Antonio (OCAD U)

Kristiane Church (University of Manitoba)

Paige Lindsay ( Ryerson University)

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