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IDEA students win in Brand Identity and Print Design at 2018 GDC/BC Salazar Student Awards

Congratulations to our 2018 GDC/BC Salazar Student Award winners: Alice Zeng (IDEA18), Winner and Finalist (Brand Identity) for City of Valencia Rebrand, Ata Ojani (IDEA20), Finalist (Brand Identity) for Qmunity Building Campaign, Pamella Pinard (IDEA18), Finalist (Print Design) for Rhyme & Reason Lyric Festival branding and posters and Heather Haughn (IDEA20), Honorable Mention (Print Design) for Martin Guitar Annual Report!

Applied Arts Georges Haroutiun $1500 Scholarships have 3 categories, IDEA19 students won them all!

The Brief: 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.

The Harvest Room, indeed! IDEA School of Design students Ashley Loo (Design), Charmaine Cheng (Advertising), and Jominca Engelbrecht (Illustration) were all selected by Applied Arts judges as the top winners of the annual $1,500 scholarships! Congrats also to our runner-up, Emily R Powers (Illustration) who won a $1000 scholarship!

Congrats to our CAPIC Rodeo winners and runners-up in illustration and photography!

IDEA School of Design continues to dominate CAPIC Rodeo student awards! Shown above (the top 10 works on display as a part of CAPIC Exhibition 2018 in Toronto). IDEA winners: Jennifer Panata (illustration), Teresa Cantu (illustration), Isaac Mak (illustration), Aidan Zecchel (photography), and Liann Huang (photography). IDEA Runners up: Alex Joukov (illustration), Danielle Adams (illustration) and Courtney Lamb (photography).