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$1,000 iCanvas Art scholarship

We'll award one student $1,000 for tuition or school supplies. Submit your application in the form on this page.
  • Deadline: 12/7/2018 at 11:59pm EST
  • One submission per applicant
  • Must be a current college or university student

Upload your artwork

One image per entry / no minimum file size requirement

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How to enter
  • Entering is simple!  Just fill out the form above and submit a photo of an artwork YOU created. 
  • All forms of visual art qualify, including drawing, painting, photography, sculpture, digital, etc.
  • For more info, read our FAQS
Rules & regulations
  • You must be enrolled in an art program at a college or university to win the scholarship.
  • Only 1 entry per entrant
  • U.S. Residents only
  • Prize is not transferable or redeemable for cash
  • No purchase or payment of any kind is necessary to enter or win
  • Subject to applicable federal, state and local laws
  • Click to view all rules
Need Inspiration?
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"Flower Girl" (DIGITAL)

"This is a digital painting I completed recently on Paint Tool Sai with a drawing tablet. I was really fascinated by how striking and dramatic gray, white, black, and red look as a color combination, and I had also been inspired by the pattern on a woman's dress at church. Some of my favorite things to draw are flowers and cute outfits. I also really like paintings with a lot of different details that still go together and create an interesting pattern."

- Read our interview with Victoria

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"Timeless Love" (CHARCOAL)

"My favorite style of art is Hyper-Realism, since it has a raw way of demonstrating how people are feeling. My grandparents were a great subject because I wanted to share the connection they have with me to everyone else. I used charcoal with Q-Tips to create a more Hyper-Realistic look to capture the emotions in my grandpa's face. For the background I also used water and brush over my charcoal to help create a more dramatic texture. This was a time-consuming process and took about 36 hours. I ended up gifting this piece to them because of what it meant to me."

Read our interview with Sydney

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