Applied Arts Georges Haroutiun $1500 Scholarships have 3 categories, IDEA19 students won them all!
The Applied Arts Scholarships were established in 2016 to mark the magazine’s 30th anniversary. Applied Arts has always been a champion of young talent, stressing the important role youth play in energizing the creative community.
IDEA School of Design Grad19 students Ashley Loo (Design category), Charmaine Cheng (Advertising category), and Jominca Engelbrecht (Illustration category) were all selected as the winners in each of their categories by Applied Arts judges.
Congratulations to them all on their well-deserved recognition and receipt of $1,500 scholarships! Applied Arts will be publishing the names of the winners in the Fall 2018 issue of Applied Arts magazine, which is also their Student Awards annual.
You are helping to brand an urban, mid-priced restaurant called The Harvest Room that prides itself on its changing regional menu with healthy ingredients sourced from local farmers. The clientele is mostly millennials and young families. Giving back to the community is important to The Harvest Room, so it also donates 2% of its total sales to a local food bank and shelter.
Ashley Loo (Design Scholarship)
Ashley Loo (IDEA19) won the Design portion for the Georges Haroutiun scholarship from Applied Arts Magazine! She submitted three images to the scholarship: the logo, business cards (shown above), food menus, and the drinks & desserts menu (shown below). She wanted to highlight the importance of seasonal ingredients, so she paired a season with a colour.